28 research outputs found

    Noteworthy lichenicolous fungi and lichens from Russia

    Get PDF
    Notes are presented on seven species of lichenicolous, non-lichenized and lichenized fungi found in the Asian part of Russia. Endococcus pseudocarpus is reported for the first time for Northern Asia as well as for the Irkutsk Region of Russia. Plectocarpon hypogymniae and P. nephromeum are reported new to the Irkutsk Region, Taeniolella diploschistis new to the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Steinia geophana new to Chukotka Autonomous Area, and Epigloea soleiformis new to the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory of Russia. Hypogymnia physodes is reported as a new host species for Plectocarpon hypogymniae

    Lichenicolous fungi from Russia, mainly from the Magadan Region

    Get PDF
    Twenty two species of lichenicolous fungi are reported, 19 of which are new to Magadan Region of Russia. Spirographa fusisporella is new to Asia. Sphaerellothecium cf. parmeliae growing on species of Parmelia s. str. and ā€œSphaeropeziaā€ sp. on Hypogymnia physodes are briefly described, illustrated and discussed.

    The lichenicolous lichen Placocarpus americanus and some noteworthy lichenicolous fungi from Russia

    Get PDF
    Endococcus verrucosus and Placocarpus americanus are reported as new to Russia; Abrothallus caerulescens, A. cetrariae, Capronia peltigerae and Zwackhiomyces echinulatus are reported as new to the central part of European Russia. A finding of Lawalreea cf. lecanorae is discussed.

    Perigrapha cetrariae, a new lichenicolous ascomycete on Cetraria from Japan

    Get PDF
    Perigrapha cetrariae growing on Cetraria laevigata is described from Japan. The new species differs from the generic type in having loculi completely embedded in a stroma and ascospores without caudate appendages

    Lichenicolous fungi from Far East of Russia

    Get PDF
    Twenty three species of lichenicolous fungi are newly reported for Jewish Autonomous Region of Russia. Lichenostigma chlaroterae, Nectriopsis physciicola and Sphaerellothecium gallowayi are new to Russia and Asia; Trichonectria rubefaciens is new to Asia; Xenonectriella leptaleae is new to Asian Russia; Lichenostigma cosmopolites and Marchandiomyces corallinus are new to Far Eastern Federal District of Russia. Nectriopsis physciicola is newly documented on Heterodermia, Ovicuculispora parmeliae on Anaptychia, Pyxine and Rinodina, Trichonectria rubefaciens on Myelochroa and Xenonectriella leptaleae on Heterodermia.

    Additions to the checklist of lichenicolous fungi of Mongolia

    Get PDF
    Seventy-four species of lichenicolous fungi, including two species of lichenicolous lichens, are reported from Mongolia. Arthonia xanthoparmeliarum, Katherinomyces cetrariae s. lat. and Lichenochora arctica are newly reported for Asia. Arthonia epiphyscia, A. excentrica, A. molendoi, Carbonea vitellinaria, Cercidospora xanthoriae, Didymocyrtis rhizoplacae, Endococcus propinquus, Intralichen christiansenii, Lichenochora caloplacae, L. rinodinae, Lichenodiplis lecanorae, Lichenostigma dimelaenae, L. triseptatum, Niesslia peltigericola, Polycoccum trypethelioides, Rhymbocarpus neglectus, Sphaerellothecium phaeorrhizae, S. propinquellum, Stigmidium xanthoparmeliarum, Taeniolella pertusariicola and Tetramelas phaeophysciae are reported new to Mongolia. The occurrence of Stigmidium psorae in Mongolia is confirmed. Flavocetraria and Rhizoplaca are reported as new host genera for Katherinomyces cetrariae s. lat

    Lichenicolous fungi from the Komi Republic of Russia. II

    Get PDF
    A total of 23 species of lichenicolous fungi is reported from the Komi Republic of Russia, including 10 new to the republic. Physcia is a new host genus for Sphaerellothecium reticulatum.

    Lichenicolous fungi from Kodar Range, Trans-Baikal Territory of Russia

    Get PDF
    Sixty three species of lichenicolous and allied fungi are reported, 47 of which are new to Trans-Baikal Territory of Russia. A presumably undescribed Llimoniella-like discomycete on Protoblastenia terricola is illustrated and discussed. Plectocarpon melanohaleae is first recorded in the northern hemisphere. Diplolaeviopsis ranula, Endococcus alectoriae, E. verrucisporus, Epigloea filifera, Sagediopsis fissurisedens and Talpapellis peltigerae var. peltigerae are new to Russia and Asia. Endococcus macrosporus is new to Russia. Lichenostigma rupicolae, Opegrapha geographicola and Unguiculariopsis lettaui are new to Siberia. Arthonia molendoi, Dactylospora glaucomarioides, Didymocyrtis consimilis, Epibryon conductrix, Muellerella lichenicola, Phaeospora cf. rimosicola, Sagediopsis aspiciliae, S. pertusariicola, Sphaerellothecium contextum, Stigmidium conspurcans, S. mitchellii, S. solorinarium and Talpapellis peltigerae are new to South Siberia. Cercidospora thamnoliae and Sagediopsis pertusariicola are first reported outside the Arctic. Athallia is a new host genus for Didymocyrtis consimilis and Bryoria for Endococcus alectoriae. The following new host species are registered: Pertusaria geminipara for Dactylospora deminuta, Calvitimela talayana for Endococcus propinquus s. l., Bryoria simplicior for Lichenostigma maureri and Melanohalea olivacea for Plectocarpon melanohaleae

    A new species, Sagediopsis vasilyevae, and other lichenicolous fungi from Zabaikalā€™skii Territory of Russia, southern Siberia

    Get PDF
    Thirty seven species of lichenicolous fungi are reported from southern Siberia. Sagediopsis vasilyevae (on Rhizocarpon inarense) is described as new to science. Rosellinula haplospora is new to Russia. Abrothallus peyritschii, Arthonia apotheciorum and Lichenostigma cosmopolites are new to Siberia. Cetraria is a new host genus for Stigmidium microcarpum. Ameroconium cladoniae and Plectocarpon hypogymniae are newly documented on Cladonia alaskana and Hypogymnia tubulosa correspondingly.

    Trimmatostroma commonii, a new lichenicolous hyphomycete inhabiting Graphidaceae hosts

    Get PDF
    The new lichenicolous hyphomycete Trimmatostroma commonii is described from ReĢunion, the USA (Florida) and Vietnam. It strongly resembles the generic type T. salicis, from which it is distinguished by much looser conidiomatal tufts, less septate conidia and the lichenicolous habitat, growing over species of Graphidaceae in the tropics
    corecore