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lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway

Rolf Santesson

lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway

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Published by Edited and distributed by SBT-förlaget in Lund, Sweden .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sweden.,
  • Norway.
    • Subjects:
    • Lichens -- Sweden.,
    • Lichenicolous fungi -- Sweden.,
    • Lichens -- Norway.,
    • Lichenicolous fungi -- Norway.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementRolf Santesson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK590.S8 S26 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination240 p. :
      Number of Pages240
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1219009M
      ISBN 10919712558X
      LC Control Number94217590
      OCLC/WorldCa29946201

      The three major threats to lichens in Sweden; forestry, air pollution, and structural changes in the agricultural landscape, are outlined. Forestry is the most serious. The majority of the red-listed lichens in forests are found in productive forests with a continuity in tree growth, but nearly 70% of the protected area in Sweden consists of alpine landscapes. Graphis Scripta 6: 3 fig. [Lists lichens and lichenicolous fungi from this Baltic island, and pro-vides notes on the species of Pyrenula and Anisomer-idium in Denmark. New to Denmark: Anisomeridium nyssaegenum, Calicium parvum (with an Asterophoma anamorph), Epicladonia simplex, Lepraria lobificans. Click on a title to look inside that book (if available): Ainsworth & Bisby's Dictionary of the Fungi (). by Geoffrey Clough Ainsworth. Bacidina V"zda (), Ramalinaceae (L). 11, widespread. Probably congeneric with Woessia, but Bacidina is the more familiar Santesson (Lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway, ), Sérusiaux (Biblthca. Return to The Book IRWIN M. BRODO. , mainly in the fields of lichen taxonomy and ecology, including several monographs, numerous papers on British Columbia lichens, and an identification guidebook on the lichens of the Ottawa Region, now in its second edition. Lichens and lichenicolous fungi of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British.

      This beautifully illustrated book features more than stunning color photographs as well as a concise text that describes the biology and ecology of fungi, fungal morphology, where fungi grow, and human interactions with and uses of Kingdom of Fungi is a feast for the senses, and the ideal reference for naturalists, researchers.


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lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway by Rolf Santesson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway. Lund, Sweden: Edited and distributed by SBT-förlaget, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. About this book The first volume in this flora introduces the series, and covers the calicioid lichens and fungi, covering the genus Caliciales.

The only previous attempt to write a flora for the Nordic countries is the unfinished work by Th. Fries: Lichenographia Scandinavica (). and Lichens. • Svalbard: Elvebakk, A. & Hertel, H., Checklist of Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Svalbard.

• Norway:Timdal, E., Norwegian Lichen Database. • Russian Arctic: Andreev M. et al., Checklist of Lichens and Lichenicolous fungi of the Russian Arctic. These and other references are cited in the bibliography.

New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi Authors: S. Kondratyuk 1, L. Lőkös 2, S. Tschabanenko 3, M. Haji Moniri 4, E. Farkas 5, X. Wang 6, S.-O. Oh 7 and J.-S. Hur 7Cited by: New or interesting lichens and lichenicolous fungi from the Vadstena area, Östergötland, Sweden.

Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Lichens are widely acknowledged to be a key component of high latitude ecosystems. However, the time investment needed for full inventories and the lack of taxonomic identification resources for crustose lichen and lichenicolous fungal diversity have hampered efforts to fully gauge the depth of species richness in these ecosystems.

(English) In: MycoKeys, ISSNE-ISSNVol. 11, p. Article in journal (Refereed) Published Abstract [en] Fourteen species of lichenized or lichenicolous fungi are reported new to either Norway or Sweden or both countries. Of the species are lichenicolous fungi and 27 are related saprophytes.

Altogether 8 synonyms are listed. For each species information is given regarding habitat and distribution in Sweden, Norway and Finland, with references to relevant literature. Lichenicolous fungi live exclusively on lichens, most commonly as host-specific parasites, but also as broad-spectrum pathogens, saprotrophs or commensals.

Over species have been described throughout the Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, and estimates are that species will eventually be described (Lawrey and Diederich ). First catalogue of the lichen flora of Russia contains species, and genera of lichens, lichenicolous and allied non-lichenized fungi, occurring in 14 principal regions.

The lichenicolous fungi represent an important ecological group of species that form obligate associations with lichens. They have been studied seriously for over years and the European species are especially well collected. However, collecting in other areas has been far less systematic and many new species await discovery.

North American species are especially under. A good example is the work of Tønsberg (), who managed to discover 20 new species of corticolous lichens in Norway by carefully analyzing morphology, ecology and secondary chemistry of non- fruiting, crustose thalli. lichenized fungi and 13 lichenicolous fungi were reported from «Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici» National Park.

The diver-sity of growth-forms was distributed as follows: % crustose, % foliose, % fruticose, % squamulose and % leprose. Lichenicolous fungi count for % of the catalogue. Lichenopeltella coppinsii Earland-Bennett & D. Hawksw.

is described as a new species growing on Verrucaria muralis in Norfolk. It is compared with other species of the genus occurring on pyrenocarpous lichens in particular, and is close to the species informally called ‘L. hydrophila R. Sant.’, a name that has never been validly published.

The Bryologist includes articles on all aspects of the biology of mosses, hornworts, liverworts and lichens; lists of current literature; and book reviews. Lichens, Lichenicolous and Allied Fungi Found in Asveja Regional Park (Lithuania) Sweden 3 University of Rzeszów, Department of Agroecology and Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Biology and ticolous, crustose lichens in Norway.

Sommer- feltia, Santesson, R. () The Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Sweden and Norway. Lichens and lichenicolous fungi were collected by the author in Iceland induring an expedition of the Depart­ ment of Botany of the National Museum of Wales.

Species for which there are no published records from Iceland, or records of particular interest, are listed below. The short descrip­ tions of each lichen refer to Icelandic. It is based on our field trips, revision of herbarium specimens in herbaria in Russia, Finland and Sweden and a critical review of data in literature as well as archives.

Altogether species and two infraspecific taxa are recognized, among them species of lichens, 20 species of lichenicolous fungi and 13 species of other allied fungi.

Field guide to lichens, algae, mosses & fungi of Germany. Hardback, pp. Flora of New Zealand Lichens, Revised 2nd Edition, Volumes 1 and 2: including lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi by David Galloway (), Manaaki Whenua Press.A definitive guide to the country’s rich and diverse lichen flora.

Hardback, pp. Sant., Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Sweden and Norway (Lund): () Santesson, R. () The Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Sweden and Norway. - SBT-förlaget, Lund. **[RLL List # / Rec.# ] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** Secondary [ edit ].

- The lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Belgium and Luxembourg. An annotated checklist. - Musée nat. hist. nat., Luxembourg, pp. This is the first annotated checklist of the lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Belgium, Luxem-bourg and northern France.

A total of taxa are accepted, including lichens (21 of which. In the recent checklist of lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi occurring in the British Isles (Hawksworth et al.

), lichenicolous fungi (i.e. fungi growing on lichens) were included. These were distributed through 79 genera, 40 of which include only lichen-inhabiting species, 16 of which also include.

Santesson, R. The lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway, SBT-förlaget, Lund. Updates by Einar Timdal and Tor Tønsberg. Cladonia macilenta subsp. floerkeana R. Sant., Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Sweden and Norway (Lund): 66 () Cladonia macilenta var. carcata (Ach.) Nyl.

Additions to the lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Denmark 8. including Sweden and Norway. *Aspicilia contorta.

NWJ, Thy, Lyngby, on concrete paving, 1 Oct.CD. The species has spread on concrete and other building materials, and is now common in Denmark. Lichenicolous fungi are a diverse group of obligate associates of lichens. A vast majority of them are ascomycetes, but the group also includes taxa from several classes of.

The Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Sweden and Norway by R Santesson Lichens of Mountainous Badakhshan by I Kudratov The Lichen Symbiosis by V Ahmadjian Lichens of South Australia by RB Filson and RW Rogers Lichenoflora of the Sanghilen Upland by NV Sedelnikova.

Noteworthy species of the genus Rhizocarpon Ramond ex DC. (Rhizocarpaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in the LBL herbarium.

Rhizocarpon Ramod ex DC. is a large genus of c. species included in the family Rhizocarpaceae. It is widely distributed in all parts. CHECKLIST FOR THE LICHEN-FORMING AND LICHENICOLOUS FUNGI OF THE EUROPEAN NORTHEAST OF RUSSIA (Komi Republic and Nenetskij national okrug) Most of the accepted names from Santesson, R & Moberg, R.

(): The lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway and Foucard, T. Svenska skorplavar. The three major threats to lichens in Sweden; forestry, air pollution, and structural changes in the agricultural landscape, are outlined. Forestry is the most serious. The majority of the red-listed lichens in forests are found in productive forests with a continuity in tree growth, but nearly 70% of the protected area in Sweden consists of alpine landscapes.

Examples of important habitats. A lichenicolous fungus is a parasitic fungus that only lives on lichen as the host. A lichenicolous fungus is not the same as the fungus that is the component of the lichen, which is known as a lichenized fungus.

They are most commonly specific to a given fungus as the host, but they also include a wide range of pathogens, saprotrophs, and commensals. It is estimated there are species of. Lichens were generally accepted as an independent group of organisms when Schwendener (1) discovered that they are the result of the association of fungi and algae.

This insight was not widely accepted by contemporaries but initiated a scientific revolution as lichens later became the prime example of a mutualistic symbiosis and, indeed, the phenomenon for which the term symbiosis was.

Bot. 21(1): ()]. As a complement to Part I, which treats foliicolous lichens, all lichenicolous fungi reported from foliicolous lichens are compiled here. This seemed appropriate since lichenicolous fungi on foliicolous lichens are usually treated by workers dealing with the latter and in several cases belong to the same genera.

A new description is provided for Micarea hylocomii. 25 species of lichens and lichenicolous fungi are reported as new to Finland, Norway and/or Sweden: Absconditella lignicola (Norway), Bacidia antricola (Norway), B. polychroa (Norway), B. pycnidata (Sweden), Bacidina adastra (Sweden), Biatora veteranorum (Norway), Briancoppinsia cytospora.

Fourteen species of lichenized or lichenicolous fungi are reported new to either Norway or Sweden or both countries. Several of these are rare and almost unknown. The reported species are: Acarospora insignis (new to Norway), A. pyrenopsoides (Norway, Sweden), A.

versicolor (Norway), Calvitimela perlata (Sweden), Lecidea degeliana (Sweden), Nephroma helveticum (Sweden), Peltula placodizans. Bilovitz et al. () report 57 taxa of lichens (56 species) from the Una National Park. In the present contribution we add 39 new lichenized and 7 lichenicolous fungi, so there is a total of 96 taxa of lichens (95 species) and 7 lichenicolous fungi.

The lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway. Lund: Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift; Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lichens and lichenicolous fungi from New Guinea. Berlin: J. Cramer, (OCoLC) Document Type. Santesson, R. () The lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Sweden and Norway.

pp., SBT-förlaget, Lund. Watson, W. () List of British fungi parasitic on lichens or which have been included as lichens (or vice versa), with some notes on their characters and distribution. Transactions of the British mycological Society 31(3/4):. These are referred to as lichenicolous fungi, which are a different species from the fungus living inside the lichen and are not considered to be part of the lichen.

[45] Lichenicolous fungi. Symbiosis in lichens is so well-balanced that lichens have been considered to be relatively self-contained miniature ecosystems in and of themselves.Three different sampling methods were compared with regard to accurate estimation of species richness of crustose and microfoliose lichens in Atlantic rainforest remnants of northeastern Brazil.

Quantitative transect sampling yielded three times as many species as non-quantitative opportunistic sampling, even if the number of sampled phorophyte trees was higher on average for the latter method.These include > lichenicolous fungi, defined as fungi living on lichens (Hawksworth, ; Lawrey & Diederich,), various bacteria (Grube & Berg, ), and lately the discovery of symbiotic basidiomycete yeasts that contribute to lichen phenotype variation (Spribille et al., ).