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Szymczyk R.,Environmental Survey Laboratory Ekoprojekt | Kukwa M.,University of Gdansk | Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Rodriguez Flakus P.,Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum | And 8 more authors.
Polish Journal of Natural Sciences

This paper presents the results of lichenological studies carried out during the XXV Meeting of Polish Lichenologists which took place in "Swajnie" - the Special Area of Conservation of NATURA 2000. The objective of the studies was to investigate species diversity and the habitat preferences of lichens and lichenicolous fungi. The studies resulted in the identification of 177 species, including 153 lichens and 23 non-lichenized, lichenicolous or saprobic fungi and 1 myxomycete. Of the identified taxa, 21 species are protected and 54 are listed on the Polish Red List of Endangered Lichens. The biota of the analysed area includes species that are rare in Poland and recorded on single sites e.g., Absconditella sphagnorum, Bacidina delicata, Biatora mendax, Chaenothecopsis rubescens and Icmadophila ericetorum. The lichenicolous fungus Lichenostigma chlaroterae was found for the first time in Poland. Source

Szymczyk R.,Environmental Survey Laboratory Ekoprojekt | Zalewska A.,University of Warmia and Mazury | Krawczyk K.,University of Warmia and Mazury | Szydlowska J.,University of Warmia and Mazury | And 2 more authors.
Polish Journal of Natural Sciences

The following list contains 292 taxa of vascular plants found in the upper part of the Grabianka river valley in the Elbląg Plateau Landscape Park. Among them, 12 species are protected by law and 6 species are considered to be endangered in Poland. Several interesting and rare taxa were recorded, including Aconitum variegatum, Campanula latifolia, Epipactis purpurata, Gagea spathacea, and Centaurea nigra. Source

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