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Etayo J.,Navarro Villoslada 16 | Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Kukwa M.,University of Gdansk
Lichenologist | Year: 2013

Niesslia echinoides Etayo, Flakus & Kukwa sp. nov. is described from Bolivia from the corticolous thallus of Erioderma barbellatum. The fungus is characterized by large ascospores usually breaking into halves within the asci, strongly setose and aggregated ascomata, usually simple setae, and no damage caused to the host thallus. Copyright © 2013 British Lichen Society. Source


Etayo J.,Navarro Villoslada 16 | Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Kukwa M.,University of Gdansk
Lichenologist | Year: 2013

The new lichenicolous Capronia paranectrioides Etayo, Flakus & Kukwa, inhabiting thalli of Erioderma leylandii, is described from Bolivia. The species is characterized by pale brown, submuriform and bicaudate ascospores, subglobose to barrel-shaped perithecia and I+ red, K/I+ pale blue hymenial gelatine. It is the first known Capronia species producing ascospores with long apical appendages. Copyright © British Lichen Society 2013. Source


Kukwa M.,University of Gdansk | Etayo J.,Navarro Villoslada 16 | Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences
Lichenologist | Year: 2012

A new gall-inducing lichenicolous fungus, Plectocarpon stereocaulicola Kukwa, Etayo and Flakus, is described from Bolivia from the thalli of Stereocaulon sp. The new species is characterized by black, epruinose rounded ascomata with a carbonized surface and a thalline pseudo-margin, as well as a non-carbonized, light brown sterile stromatic tissue in the lower part and 3-septate ascospores becoming brown and ornamented when mature. © 2012 British Lichen Society. Source


Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Etayo J.,Navarro Villoslada 16 | Kukwa M.,University of Gdansk
Lichenologist | Year: 2014

The new obligately lichenicolous fungus, Melaspilea tucumana Flakus, Etayo & Kukwa, inhabiting thalli of saxicolous Pertusaria s. lat. is described from Tucumano-Boliviano vegetation in Bolivia. The species is characterized by the gall formation and superficial, lirelliform to branched, aggregated apothecioid ascomata with widely exposed discs. The ascomata of M. tucumana are initially perithecioid and immersed in the host thallus, but become superficial and apothecioid when mature, and thus resemble the genus Buelliella. This may suggest the placement of the new species in Dothideomycetes. © British Lichen Society 2014. Source


Van Den Boom P.,Arafura 16 | Etayo J.,Navarro Villoslada 16
Opuscula Philolichenum | Year: 2014

110 records of lichenicolous fungi are reported from Andorra, Portugal and Spain, (mostly the latter country). One genus and four species are described as new to science: Phaeospora everniae on Evernia prunastri, Polycoccum ibericum on Rinodina sp., Zwackhiomacromyces constrictocarpus gen. et. sp. nov. on Megalospora, and Zwackhiomyces melanohaleae on Melanohalea exasperata. Pronectria septemseptata, is combined into the genus Xenonectriella as X. septemseptata (Etayo) Etayo & van den Boom. Lichenostigma canariense and Sarcopyrenia bacillosa are newly reported for Europe. Further new records for mainland Spain are Neolamya peltigerae, Niesslia cladoniicola, Obryzum corniculatum, Phacopsis fusca, Phoma grumantiana, Polycoccum umbilicariae, Sclerococcum leuckertii, Sphaerellothecium atryneae, Stigmidium cerinae, S. ramalinae and Taeniolella beschiana. A second world record of Pronectria casaresii is reported from northern Spain. The known distributions of many species are extended and discussed. Source

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