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1 October 2018 New Remarkable Records and Range Extensions in the Central European Lichen Biota
Zdeněk Palice, Jiří Malíček, Ondřej Peksa, Jan Vondrák
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Palice Z., Malíček J., Peksa O. & Vondrák J. 2018: New remarkable records and range extensions in the central European lichen biota. – Herzogia 31: 518–534.

Noteworthy findings of 24 lichen species are presented. Nine of them are reported as new to Central Europe (Chaenotheca hygrophila, Cladonia krogiana, C. imbricarica, Gyalideopsis muscicola, Lecidea altissima, L. consimilis, Placynthiella hyporhoda, Rinodina stictica, and Waynea giraltiae). Most of further species are largely unrecorded taxa, and new distributional data remarkably extend their known ranges, at the same time being often new country records for Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia or Switzerland. A wider ecological amplitude is pinpointed for three species of Ostropomycetidae (Gyalideopsis helvetica, G. muscicola, Ramonia luteola). The fumarprotocetraric acid strain of Cladonia acuminata is newly reported from Europe. The poorly known taxon Lecidea consimilis is described in detail and lectotypified herein.

Zdeněk Palice, Jiří Malíček, Ondřej Peksa, and Jan Vondrák "New Remarkable Records and Range Extensions in the Central European Lichen Biota," Herzogia 31(p1), 518-534, (1 October 2018). https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.31.1.2018.518
Accepted: 1 July 2018; Published: 1 October 2018
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biodiversity
biogeography
Malmideaceae
Muránska planina National Park
rare species
substrate specifity
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