Sakhalin Botanical Garden

Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia

Sakhalin Botanical Garden

Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia
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Kondratyuk S.,Mh Kholodny Institute Of Botany | Lokos L.,Hungarian Natural History Museum | Tschabanenko S.,Sakhalin Botanical Garden | Skirina I.,RAS Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics | And 3 more authors.
Acta Botanica Hungarica | Year: 2014

Four new for science species, i.e. Caloplaca kedrovopadensis, Lecanora ussuriensis, Ochrolechia yurii, Oxneria ussuriensis (all from Russian Far East) are described, compared with closely related taxa, and illustrated. Micarea coreana is for the first time recorded from Russia.

Fukuda T.,National Museum of Nature and Science | Loguntsev A.,State Nature Reserve Kurilsky | Bobrov I.,State Nature Reserve Kurilsky | Antipin M.,State Nature Reserve Kurilsky | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Japanese Botany | Year: 2014

Chromosome numbers of Micranthes fusca (Maxim.) S. Akiyama & H. Ohba and its related species were determined. The chromosome number for M. fusca was mostly 2n = 30, as in the previous reports. In addition, we found 2n = 45 among population from Kunashiri Island of the Kuril Islands. The chromosome number of Saxifraga purpurascens Kom., 2n = 24, is the first report for this species. The chromosome number 2n = 28 for M. japonka (Boissieu) S. Akiyama & H. Ohba agrees with the previous report.

Kondratyuk S.Y.,M H Kholodny Institute Of Botany | Lokos L.,Hungarian Natural History Museum | Zarei-Darki B.,Tarbiat Modares University | Haji Moniri M.,Islamic Azad University at Mashhad | And 6 more authors.
Acta Botanica Hungarica | Year: 2013

Five new species of the genus Caloplaca: C. austrocoreana S. Y. Kondr., L. Lokös et J.-S. Hur (from rocks of coastal zone of South Korea), C. kudratovii S. Y. Kondr., B. Zarei-Darki et J.-S. Hur (from lichen thalli and silicate rocks of Iran), C. tarani S. Y. Kondr., S. I. Tchabanenko, I. Galanina et L. Yakovczenko (from bark of deciduous trees of Sakhalin, Khabarovsky and Primorsky regions of Russia), C. yeosuensis S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur (from rocks of coastal zone of South Korea), and C. zoroasteriorum S. Y. Kondr. et M. Haji Moniri (from bark of deciduous trees of Iran and Uzbekistan) are described, compared with related taxa, and illustrated.

Kondratyuk S.,M H Kholodny Institute Of Botany | Lokos L.,Hungarian Natural History Museum | Tschabanenko S.,Sakhalin Botanical Garden | Haji Moniri M.,Islamic Azad University at Mashhad | And 4 more authors.
Acta Botanica Hungarica | Year: 2013

Seventeen taxa new for science, i.e. Absconditella baegasanensis, Caloplaca hallasanensis, C. subconcilians, Fellhanera chejuensis, F. maritima, Lecania coreana, L. rinodinoides, Lichenostigma heterodermiae, Micarea coreana, Phoma heterodermiae, Protoparmeliopsis chejuensis, Roselliniopsis phaeophysciae, Topelia jasonhurii (all from South Korea); Caloplaca dzhankoiensis (from Ukraine); Protoparmeliopsis pseudogyrophoricum (from China); P. taranii (from Russia); and Seirophora blumii (from several Central Asian countries) are described, compared with closely related taxa, and illustrated.Five new combinations are proposed: Caloplaca subscopularis, Protoparmeliopsis crustaceum, P. gyrophoricum, P. mazatzalensis, and P. pinguis.A total of 64 lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi are reported here as new for South Korea (i.e. Abrothallus microspermus, Amandinea melaxanthella, Arthonia epiphyscia, Arthothelium ruanum, Aspicilia contorta subsp. hoffmanniana, Biatora globulosa, Brigantiaea purpurata, Caloplaca gordejevii, C. micromera, C. oxneri, C. subscopularis, C. trassii, Candelariella reflexa, Dirina massiliensis, Endococcus cf. verrucosus, Hyperphyscia adglutinata, Hypogymnia austerodes, H. occidentalis, Ionaspis lacustris, Lecanora barkmaniana, Lecanora cf. marginata, L. symmicta, L. varia, Lichenochora obscuroides, Lichenodiplis lecanorae, Lopadium coralloideum, Melaspilea bagliettoana, Menegazzia subsimilis, Micarea denigrata, M. peliocarpa, Myriospora heppii, Myriotrema masonhalei, Ochrolechia frigida, Opegrapha calcarea, O. phaeophysciae, Parmelia subdivaricata, Pertusaria aff. alpinoides, P. commutans, P. ophthalmiza, P. sphaerophora, P. subcomposita, Phlyctis aff. argena, Physconia hokkaidensis, Porina farinosa, Punctelia subrudecta, Pyrenula balia, P. castanea, P. laevigata, P. neojaponica, Rhizocarpon badioatrum, Rinodina fimbriata, R. oleae, R. polyspora, R. pyrina, R. sophodes, R. teichophila, Scoliciosporum chlorococcum, Sphinctrina tubaeformis, Stigmidium fuscatae, Taeniolella phaeophysciae, Thelotrema nipponicum, Toninia aromatica, Topeliopsis aff. azorica, and Trypethelium indutum); and two new for China (i.e. Caloplaca bassiae, Lecania rabenhorstii). Detailed locality data and annotations are given for further 22 noteworthy species, which are rare in South Korea (i.e. Agonimia opuntiella, Agonimiella pacifica, Amandinea punctata, Biatora longispora, Brigantiaea ferruginea, Caloplaca squamosa, Chrysothrix candelaris, Coenogonium luteum, Diploschistes actinostomus, Hyperphyscia crocata, Leucodecton desquamescens, Menegazzia nipponica, Pertusaria commutata, P. multipuncta, P. quartans, P. submultipuncta, P. aff. subobductans, P. velata, Phaeophyscia orbicularis, Porina leptalea, Pyrenula pseudobufonia, and Trapelia coarctata); and for two species rare in China (i.e. Buellia badia, Letrouitia transgressa).

Kondratyuk S.Y.,Ukrainian Academy of Sciences | Tschabanenko S.I.,Sakhalin Botanical Garden | Elix J.A.,Australian National University | Oh S.-O.,Sunchon National University | And 2 more authors.
Mycotaxon | Year: 2013

A new species, Nipponoparmelia perplicata described from Korea and Russia, is segregated from N. laevior, from which it differs in having shorter and wider lobes that characteristically turn down towards the margins. The pseudocyphellae are inconspicuous, positioned along the lobe margins or on the underside. An improved description of N. pseudolaevior is presented, including new data on isidia with illustrations. A key to Korean Nipponoparmelia species is provided.© 2013. Mycotaxon, Ltd.

McCune B.,Oregon State University | Tchabanenko S.,Sakhalin Botanical Garden | Wei X.L.,CAS Institute of Microbiology
Lichenologist | Year: 2015

Hypogymnia papilliformis McCune, Tchabanenko & X. L.Wei is described as a new species of lichenized fungus from the Primorsky region of Russia and Shaanxi Province in China. It is a relatively rare species from mixed conifer-broadleaved forests in suboceanic climates, in mountainous areas at elevations of 600-1500 m. Most similar to H. delavayi, the species are distinguished by branching pattern and chemistry. Hypogymnia papilliformis is predominantly isotomically branched while H. delavayi usually develops subpinnate branching. The ceiling of the lobe cavity is mid brown to dark brown in H. papilliformis, while the ceiling is often pale brownish or white in H. delavayi. Also, H. papilliformis lacks 3-hydroxyphysodic acid, and thus has a K-medulla, while H. delavayi always contains 3-hydroxyphysodic acid as a major substance and is thus K+ slowly reddish brown. We provide a key to the six esorediate Hypogymnia species known from the Russian Far East. © 2015 British Lichen Society.

Fukuda T.,National Museum of Nature and Science | Andreeva E.,Institute of Volcanology and Seismology | Taran A.,Sakhalin Botanical Garden | Takahashi H.,Hokkaido University | Ikeda H.,University of Tokyo
Caryologia | Year: 2016

The chromosomes of Micranthes nelsoniana (D. Don) Small (Saxifragaceae) were counted in plants from three localities in northeast Asia; Kamchatka and Sakhalin, Russia, and Rishiri Island, Japan. Plants from southern Kamchatka, representing var. nelsoniana, had 2n = 28 chromosomes, in contrast to previous reports of high polyploidy levels ranging from 2n = 60 to 84. Chromosome numbers for var. reniformis were 2n = 26 on Sakhalin and ca. 2n = 50 on Rishiri Island. Because the plants of Sakhalin and Rishiri grow in different habitats, cytological deviation may be due to ecological preferences. © 2016 Dipartimento di Biologia Evoluzionistica, Università di Firenze

PubMed | Akita Prefectural University, Sakhalin Botanical Garden, Oregon State University, CAS Institute of Microbiology and 2 more.
Type: Journal Article | Journal: PloS one | Year: 2016

Delimiting species boundaries among closely related lineages often requires a range of independent data sets and analytical approaches. Similar to other organismal groups, robust species circumscriptions in fungi are increasingly investigated within an empirical framework. Here we attempt to delimit species boundaries in a closely related clade of lichen-forming fungi endemic to Asia, the Hypogymnia hypotrypa group (Parmeliaceae). In the current classification, the Hypogymnia hypotrypa group includes two species: H. hypotrypa and H. flavida, which are separated based on distinctive reproductive modes, the former producing soredia but absent in the latter. We reexamined the relationship between these two species using phenotypic characters and molecular sequence data (ITS, GPD, and MCM7 sequences) to address species boundaries in this group. In addition to morphological investigations, we used Bayesian clustering to identify potential genetic groups in the H. hypotrypa/H. flavida clade. We also used a variety of empirical, sequence-based species delimitation approaches, including: the Automatic Barcode Gap Discovery (ABGD), the Poisson tree process model (PTP), the General Mixed Yule Coalescent (GMYC), and the multispecies coalescent approach BPP. Different species delimitation scenarios were compared using Bayes factors delimitation analysis, in addition to comparisons of pairwise genetic distances, pairwise fixation indices (FST). The majority of the species delimitation analyses implemented in this study failed to support H. hypotrypa and H. flavida as distinct lineages, as did the Bayesian clustering analysis. However, strong support for the evolutionary independence of H. hypotrypa and H. flavida was inferred using BPP and further supported by Bayes factor delimitation. In spite of rigorous morphological comparisons and a wide range of sequence-based approaches to delimit species, species boundaries in the H. hypotrypa group remain uncertain. This study reveals the potential limitations of relying on distinct reproductive strategies as diagnostic taxonomic characters for Hypogymnia and also the challenges of using popular sequence-based species delimitation methods in groups with recent diversification histories.

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