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Lichenes Delicati Exsiccati Editae of little, fine, special lichens is edited in honour of Antonín Vězda (1920–2008). The sixth fascicle of the exsiccate is consisted of 20 species of lichens and lichenicolous fungi and distributed to 12 lichen herbaria of the world. Collectors are J. Halda, G. Kantvilas, L. Lőkös, Z. Palice, N. Varga and E. Farkas.

Abstract

Lichenes Delicati Exsiccati Editae of little, fine, special lichens is edited in honour of Antonín Vězda (1920–2008). The sixth fascicle of the exsiccate is consisted of 20 species of lichens and lichenicolous fungi and distributed to 12 lichen herbaria of the world. Collectors are J. Halda, G. Kantvilas, L. Lőkös, Z. Palice, N. Varga and E. Farkas.

INTRODUCTION

The current exsiccate series was initiated in 2010 to honour and express our gratitude to the late Dr Antonín Vězda (1920–2008), the Moravian lichenologist (Figs 1–2), – our Toni – on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of his birth (Farkas 2010). The contributions for the first fascicle (Fig. 3) were so rich that it became obvious very soon that LDEE will not remain as a single fascicle, but it needs continuation and further four fascicles were published (Farkas 2011, 2014a, b, 2020) with 80 numbers until now with 15–15 in the first four fascicles and with 20 numbers in the fifth one and also the current sixth fascicle consists of 20 numbers. A new goal became outlined gradually – the numbers of the exsiccate were planned to reach 100 by the time Toni would celebrate his 100th birthday, thus in 2020 two fascicles were edited, one of them has been published (Farkas 2020) and this current one is going to be published in 2021. Keeping the original idea – distributing delicate lichens and lichenicolous fungi – further collectors were invited from time to time. Thus by now the aims are fulfilled, when we remember the 100th anniversary of Antonín Vězda’s birth on 25 November 2020.

Fig. 1.
Fig. 1.

Antonín Vězda (Tatra Mts, summer 1993)

Citation: Acta Botanica Hungarica ABot 63, 1-2; 10.1556/034.63.2021.1-2.4

Fig. 2.
Fig. 2.

The author’s last picture of Antonín Vězda in his orchard (Brno) with Dániel and Laura Lőkös (autumn 2001)

Citation: Acta Botanica Hungarica ABot 63, 1-2; 10.1556/034.63.2021.1-2.4

Fig. 3.
Fig. 3.

Vezdaea leprosa, a species distributed in the first fascicle of the exsiccate in 2010 (scale 100 µm)

Citation: Acta Botanica Hungarica ABot 63, 1-2; 10.1556/034.63.2021.1-2.4

Among lichens of the current sixth fascicle there are more corticolous (14) and saxicolous (3) species, only some of them are terricolous (2), or foliicolous (1). Three representatives of lichenicolous fungi were also collected. The lichens and lichenicolous fungi originate from Europe (Czech Republic – 4, Hungary – 10, North Macedonia – 2, Poland – 1, Portugal – 1), and Australia (Tasmania – 2).

These specimens demonstrate the diversity of various parts of the world in recent decades characterised by the sites and dates of collections. Following the decreasing concentration of SO2, but simultaneously the increase of NH3 level throughout Europe increased the pH of the bark of trees, thus it resulted in the decline of acidofrequent species like Straminella conizaeoides (Nyl. ex Cromb.) S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et Farkas (earlier Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Cromb.), while nitrofrequent species (e.g. Phaeophyscia orbicularis (Neck.) Moberg, Physconia grisea (Lam.) Poelt) appeared in settlements (even in streets and parks of Budapest, or in the National Botanical Garden, Vácrátót) where they were hardly found before (cf. Armstrong 2000, Frahm 2013, Frati et al. 2007, Liška 2012, Lisowska 2011, Massara et al. 2009). The thalli of the today rare Straminella conizaeoides were collected also with the characteristic lichenicolous Lichenoconium spp. (cf. Christiansen 1993).

The alphabetical list of species distributed in the six fascicles with indication of the country of origin is presented in Table 1. Three new species were described in the six publications attached to the exsiccate: Coenogonium seychellense Farkas and C. subdilucidum Farkas et Vězda† foliicolous lichen species and the lichenicolous fungus Keratosphaera antoniana Flakus, Farkas et Lücking from foliicolous Trichothelium argenteum Lücking et Ferraro. Fifteen species were found to be new to the given countries (marked by an asterisk in Table 1): Bacidia fraxinea, Gyalecta ulmi, Lepraria lobificans, Micarea prasina and Opegrapha vermicellifera new to Bulgaria, Chaenotheca furfuracea and Gyalecta truncigena new to Albania, Clypeococcum hypocenomycis new to Hungary, Coenogonium seychellense and C. usambarense new to the Seychelles, Keratosphaera antoniana new to Bolivia, Absconditella delutula new to North Macedonia, Brodoa atrofusca new to Romania, Plectocarpon lichenum new to Serbia and Clypeococcum hypocenomycis seemed to be new also to Slovakia.

Table 1

Alphabetical list of the species distributed in the Lichenes Delicati Esciccati Editae from 2010 to 2021. (* = new to)

NameCountryNumber in fascicle
Absconditella delutula (Nyl.) Coppins et H. Kilias(*) North Macedonia (Macedonia)Fasc. 3/31
Amandinea efflorescens (Müll. Arg.) MarbachBrazilFasc. 2/16
Arthonia didyma Körb.Czech RepublicFasc. 6/81
Arthonia radiata (Pers.) Ach.Czech RepublicFasc. 6/82
Arthonia trilocularis Müll. Arg.BrazilFasc. 3/32
Athelia arachnoidea (Berk.) JülichHungaryFasc. 6/83
Bacidia fraxinea Lönnr.(*) BulgariaFasc. 3/33
Bacidia fraxinea Lönnr.BulgariaFasc. 5/61
Bacidia rosella (Pers.) De Not.GreeceFasc. 3/34
Badimia dimidiata (C. Bab. ex Leight.) VězdaCosta RicaFasc. 2/17
Biatora veteranorum Coppins et Sérus.Czech RepublicFasc. 3/35
Brodoa atrofusca (Schaer.) Goward(*) RomaniaFasc. 5/62
Buellia follmannii C. W. DodgeNamibiaFasc. 1/1
Buellia griseovirens (Turner et Borrer ex Sm.) Almb.HungaryFasc. 6/84
Byssoloma subdiscordans (Nyl.) P. JamesPortugalFasc. 6/85
Calicium tigillare (Ach.) Pers.RomaniaFasc. 5/63
Calicium viride Pers.SwedenFasc. 4/46
Calogaya decipiens (Arnold) Arup, Frödén et SøchtingHungaryFasc. 6/86
Calopadia foliicola (Fée) VězdaCosta RicaFasc. 2/18
Calopadia fusca (Müll. Arg.) VězdaAustraliaFasc. 5/64
Caloplaca herbidella (Hue) H. Magn.AlbaniaFasc. 4/47
Candelaria concolor (Dicks.) B. SteinMontenegroFasc. 4/48
Canoparmelia texana (Tuck.) Elix et HaleTanzaniaFasc. 5/65
Chaenotheca furfuracea (L.) Tibell(*) AlbaniaFasc. 4/49
Chaenotheca phaeocephala (Turner) Th. Fr.SwedenFasc. 5/66
Chiodecton colensoi (A. Massal.) Müll. Arg.Australia (Tasmania)Fasc. 2/19
Chroodiscus argillaceus (Müll. Arg.) Lücking et PapongMalaysiaFasc. 2/20
Chroodiscus homchantarae Papong et LückingMalaysiaFasc. 1/3
Chrysothrix sulphurella (Räsänen) Kantvilas et ElixAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 1/4
Clypeococcum hypocenomycis D. Hawksw.(*) SlovakiaFasc. 5/67
Clypeococcum hypocenomycis D. Hawksw.(*) HungaryFasc. 6/87
Coenogonium implexum Nyl.Australia (Tasmania)Fasc. 2/22
Coenogonium seychellense Farkas(*) SeychellesFasc. 4/50
Coenogonium subluteum (Rehm) Kalb et LückingMalaysiaFasc. 5/68
Coenogonium usambarense (Vězda et Farkas) Lücking et Kalb(*) SeychellesFasc. 3/36
Conotremopsis weberiana VězdaAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 3/37
Echinoplaca lucernifera Kalb et VězdaCosta RicaFasc. 1/5
Eugeniella leucocheila (Tuck.) Lücking, Sérus. et KalbBrazilFasc. 3/38
Fellhanera stanhopeae (Müll. Arg.) Lücking, Lumbsch et ElixBrazilFasc. 4/51
Gyalecta herculina (Rehm) Baloch, Lumbsch et WedinSlovakiaFasc. 6/88
Gyalecta truncigena (Ach.) Hepp(*) AlbaniaFasc. 4/52
Gyalecta ulmi (Sw.) Zahlbr.(*) BulgariaFasc. 1/6
Haematomma nemetzii J. SteinerBulgariaFasc. 5/69
Herpothallon hypoprotocetraricum G. ThorTanzaniaFasc. 3/39
Icmadophila splachnirima (Hook. f. et Taylor) D. J. GallowayAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 6/89
Illosporium carneum Fr.SwedenFasc. 4/53
Keratosphaera antoniana Flakus, Farkas et Lücking(*) BoliviaFasc. 1/14+
Lambiella hepaticicola (Kantvilas et Coppins) Resl et T. Sprib. (syn.: Rimularia hepaticicola Kantvilas et Coppins)Australia (Tasmania)Fasc. 3/43
Lecanactis abietina (Ach.) Körb.RomaniaFasc. 5/70
Lecanactis abietina (Ach.) Körb.SwedenFasc. 4/54
Lecanora flavopallida Stirt.Australia (Tasmania)Fasc. 2/23
Lecidea huxariensis (Beckh. ex J. Lahm) Zahlbr.Czech RepublicFasc. 2/24
Lepraria incana (L.) Ach.HungaryFasc. 6/90
Lepraria lobificans Nyl.(*) BulgariaFasc. 2/25
Lepraria neglecta (Nyl.) ErichsenRomaniaFasc. 5/71
Lichenochora obscuroides (Linds.) Triebel et RamboldCzech RepublicFasc. 1/7
Loflammia epiphylla (Fée) Lücking et VězdaCosta RicaFasc. 1/8
Lyromma dolicobelum Cavalc.BoliviaFasc. 4/55
Megaloblastenia marginiflexa (Hook. f. et Taylor) SipmanAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 2/26
Melanohalea elegantula (Zahlbr.) O. Blanco, A. Crespo, Divakar, Essl., D. Hawksw. et LumbschHungaryFasc. 6/91
Micarea prasina Fr.(*) BulgariaFasc. 5/72
Micarea turfosa (A. Massal.) Du RietzCzech RepublicFasc. 6/92
Myriostigma candidum Kremp.MalaysiaFasc. 5/73
Normandina pulchella (Borrer) Nyl.MontenegroFasc. 4/56
Ocellularia sorediigera KalbBrazilFasc. 1/9
Ochrolechia arborea (Kreyer) Almb.RomaniaFasc. 5/74
Opegrapha filicina Mont.BrazilFasc. 1/10
Opegrapha vermicellifera (Kunze) J. R. Laundon(*) BulgariaFasc. 2/27
Pertusaria wulfenioides B. de Lesd.USAFasc. 1/11
Phaeophyscia orbicularis (Neck.) MobergHungaryFasc. 6/93
Phlyctis agelaea (Ach.) Flot.BulgariaFasc. 3/40
Physconia grisea (Lam.) PoeltHungaryFasc. 6/94
Piccolia ochrophora (Nyl.) HafellnerHungaryFasc. 4/57
Placynthiella uliginosa (Schrad.) Coppins et P. JamesBulgariaFasc. 5/75
Plectocarpon lichenum (Sommerf.) D. Hawksw.(*) SerbiaFasc. 5/76
Porina applanata Vain.PhilippinesFasc. 4/58
Pseudochapsa dilatata (Müll. Arg.) Parnmen, Lücking et Lumbsch (syn.: Chapsa dilatata (Müll. Arg.) Kalb)BrazilFasc. 1/2
Pseudoramonia richeae Kantvilas et VězdaAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 3/42
Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner et Kalb.BulgariaFasc. 3/41
Pulchrocladia retipora (Labill.) S. Stenroos, Pino-Bodas et Ahti (syn.: Cladia retipora (Labill.) Nyl.)Australia (Tasmania)Fasc. 2/21
Pyrenochaeta xanthoriae DiederichHungaryFasc. 4/59
Ramboldia brunneocarpa Kantvilas et ElixAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 1/12
Ramboldia laeta (Stirt.) Kalb, Lumbsch et ElixAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 2/28
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch et ElixBrazilFasc. 2/29
Santessonia namibensis Hale et VobisNamibiaFasc. 2/30
Sarrameana albidoplumbea (Hook. f. et Taylor) FarkasAustralia (Tasmania)Fasc. 6/95
Scoliciosporum schadeanum (Erichsen) VězdaCzech RepublicFasc. 6/96
Sporopodium flavescens (R. Sant.) VězdaAustraliaFasc. 1/13
Stenocybe pullatula (Ach.) SteinPolandFasc. 6/97
Straminella conizaeoides (Nyl. ex Cromb.) S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et FarkasHungaryFasc. 6/98
Tapellaria epiphylla (Müll. Arg.) R. Sant.PortugalFasc. 5/77
Tapellaria nana (Fée) R.Sant.BrazilFasc. 3/44
Tephromela alectoronica KalbAustraliaFasc. 5/78
Tremella ramalinae DiederichSwedenFasc. 4/60
Trichothelium argenteum Lücking et FerraroBoliviaFasc. 1/14
Trichothelium bipindense F. Schill.ThailandFasc. 5/79
Vahliella leucophaea (Vahl) P. M. Jørg.BulgariaFasc. 5/80
Vezdaea leprosa (P. James) VězdaPolandFasc. 1/15
Xanthoparmelia stenophylla (Ach.) Ahti et D. Hawksw.North MacedoniaFasc. 6/99
Xanthoparmelia tinctina (Maheu et A. Gillet) HaleNorth MacedoniaFasc. 6/100
Xanthoriicola physciae (Kalchbr.) D. Hawksw.HungaryFasc. 3/45

The number of lichens collected from various countries is summarised as follows: Albania (3), Australia (16), Bolivia (2), Brazil (9), Bulgaria (11), Costa Rica (4), Czech Republic (7), Greece (1), Hungary (12), Malaysia (4), Montenegro (2), Namibia (2), North Macedonia (3), Philippines (1), Poland (2), Portugal (2), Romania (5), Serbia (1), Seychelles (2), Slovakia (2), Sweden (5), Tanzania (2), Thailand (1), USA (1).

The various substrates are represented by different frequency: on tree bark (57), on rocks (8), on soil (5), on leaves (23), on lignum (3), on plant remnants (2), on bryophytes (2), and on lichenised fungi (9).

The 33 contributors of all the six fascicles are collectors and determinators in alphabetical order: Paulina Bawingan (Baguio City, Philippines), Urszula Bielczyk (Kraków, Poland), Attila Borhidi (Pécs, Hungary), K. Buaruang (Bangkok, Thailand), Marcela Cáceres (Aracaju, Brazil), Edit Farkas (Vácrátót, Hungary), Adam Flakus (Kraków, Poland), Josef Halda (Hradec Králové, Czech Republic), David Hawksworth (London, United Kingdom), Daniel and Klaus Kalb (Neumarkt, Germany), Gintaras Kantvilas (Hobart, Australia), Jana Kocourková (Praha, Czech Republic), G. E. Lee (Malaysia), László Lőkös (Budapest, Hungary), Robert Lücking (Berlin, Germany and Chicago, USA), Jiří Malíček (Praha, Czech Republic), A. Mertens (Pfaffenhofen, Germany), Ana Millanes (Madrid, Spain), Jurga Motiejūnaitė (Vilnius, Lithuania), Thomas Nash III (Tempe/Madison, USA), Zdeněk Palice (Průhonice, Czech Republic), W. Polyiam (Bangkok, Thailand), Tamás Pócs (Eger, Hungary), Luciana Rodrigues (Areia Branca, Brazil), Pamela Rodriguez (La Paz, Bolivia), W. Saipunkaew (Chiang Mai, Thailand), Heinar Streimann† (Canberra, Australia), D. Tang (Malaysia), Göran Thor (Uppsala, Sweden), Nóra Varga (Vácrátót, Hungary), Dirk Wessels (Pietersburg, South Africa), Volkmar Wirth (Karlsruhe, Germany).

Among them the contributors of the sixth fascicle are E. Farkas (Vácrátót, Hungary), J. Halda (Hradec Králové, Czech Republic), G. Kantvilas (Hobart, Australia), L. Lőkös (Budapest, Hungary), Z. Palice (Průhonice, Czech Republic), N. Varga (Vácrátót, Hungary). TLC and HPTLC chromatographic analyses were carried out by E. Farkas, K. Molnár, Z. Palice, N. Varga and K. Veres.

The 20 specimens of the sixth fascicle have been distributed to the following 12 herbaria (for herbarium acronyms see Index Herbariorum online (Thiers 2019)): 1. BM = London, United Kingdom; 2. BP = Budapest, Hungary; 3. F = Chicago, USA; 4. hb. Flakus = Kraków, Poland; 5. hb. Kalb = Neumarkt, Germany; 6. HO = Hobart, Tasmania/Australia; 7. KRAM = Kraków, Poland; 8. PRA-V = Průhonice, Czech Republic; 9. SAV = Bratislava, Slovakia; 10. STU = Stuttgart, Germany; 11. UPS = Uppsala, Sweden; 12. VBI = Vácrátót, Hungary. Specimens of incomplete sets have been presented to some other herbaria.

Schedae containing names of species, their authors with further annotations, collecting data and remarks (e.g. chemical content) are listed below.

EDIT FARKAS: LICHENES DELICATI EXSICCATI EDITAE

In memoriam Antonín Vězda (1920–2008)

Fasc. 6 (No. 81–100)Spring 2021

81 Arthonia didyma Körb

in Denkschr. Feier fünfz. Best. her. Schles. Gesellsch. Vaterl. Kultur: 235, 1853.

CZECH REPUBLIC. Šumava Mts, Prachatice: the valley of Blanice, along tourist trail near the footbridge on the left bank of the rivulet, just WSW from the castle ruin Hus, on bark (Corylus avellana).

Lat.: 48° 57’ 26.7” N; Long.: 13° 55’ 39.2” EAlt.: ca 725 m s. m.

Leg.: Z. Palice (n. 29271)Dat.: 29 July 2020

Det.: Z. Palice

82.Arthonia radiata (Pers.) Ach

in K. Vetensk-Acad. Nya Handl. 29: 131, 1808. – Basionym: Opegrapha radiata Pers., Ann. Bot. (Usteri) 7: 29, 1794.

CZECH REPUBLIC. Šumava Mts, Prachatice: the valley of Blanice, small alder wood on the right bank of the rivulet, below the castle ruin Hus (just Nwards), on dry twigs (Alnus incana).

Lat.: 48° 57’ 33” N; Long.: 13° 55’ 45.3” EAlt.: ca 725 m s. m.

Leg.: Z. Palice (n. 29308)Dat.: 31 July 2020

Det.: Z. Palice

Porina aenea and Arthonia vinosa are associated in some duplicates.

83.Athelia arachnoidea (Berk.) Jülich

in Willdenowia, Beih. 7: 53, 1972. – Basionym: Corticium arachnoideum Berk. in Ann. Mag. nat. Hist., Ser. 1 13: 345, 1844.

HUNGARY. Bács-Kiskun County, Kiskunság, sandy dune area in ‘Monostorierdő’ forest, ca 1.6 km E of Alsómóricgát village. Parasitic on the thallus of Physcia adscendens on bark of Robinia pseudoacacia.

Lat.: 46° 37’ 8.00” N; Long.: 19° 42’ 34.65” EAlt.: ca 110 m s. m.

Leg.: E. Farkas and L. LőkösDat.: 4 July 2020

Det.: E. Farkas and L. Lőkös

84.Buellia griseovirens (Turner et Borrer ex Sm.) Almb

in Bot. Notiser: 246, 1952. – Basionym: Variolaria griseovirens Turner et Borrer ex Sm., in Smith and Sowerby, Engl. Bot. 34: tab. 2400, 1812.

HUNGARY. Pest County, Buda Mts, southern part of Mt ‘Meszes-hegy’, ca 4.7 km NW of Nagykovácsi, xerothermic karst forest. Corticolous on Fraxinus ornus.

Lat.: 47° 35’ 16.78” N; Long.: 18° 49’ 6.30” EAlt.: ca 358 m s. m.

Leg.: L. LőkösDat.: 12 July 2020

Det.: E. Farkas and L. Lőkös

85.Byssoloma subdiscordans (Nyl.) P. James

in Lichenologist 5(1–2): 126, 1971. – Basionym: Chiodecton subdiscordans Nyl. in Flora, Regensburg 62: 221, 1879.

PORTUGAL. Madeira Island, Municipality Santana, along the Leveda do Furado ca 3 km from Ribeiro Frio towards Portela (EMC17 excursion “2”). On leaves in laurel forest dominated by Laurus novocanariensis, Clethra arborea, Ocotea foetens, Persea indica.

Lat.: 32° 44’ 07.44” N; Long.: 16° 51’ 56.88” WAlt.: ca 820 m s. m.

Leg.: N. VargaDat.: 23 September 2015

Det.: E. Farkas

86. Calogaya decipiens (Arnold) Arup, Frödén et Søchting

in Nordic Jl Bot. 31(1): 38, 2013. – Basionym: Physcia decipiens Arnold in Flora, Regensburg 50: 562, 1867. – Synonym: Caloplaca decipiens (Arnold) Blomb. et Forssell in Cat. Lich. Univers. 7: 226, 1931.

HUNGARY. Budapest. NW side of Island ‘Margit-sziget’, riverbank protection wall along river Danube. On concrete.

Lat.: 47° 32’ 6.25” N; Long.: 19° 03’ 4.90” EAlt.: ca 102 m s. m.

Leg.: L. LőkösDat.: 6 August 2020

Det.: L. Lőkös

87.Clypeococcum hypocenomycis D. Hawksw

in Notes R. bot. Gdn Edinb. 38(1): 167, 1980.

HUNGARY. Nógrád County, Börzsöny Mts, oak forest ca 4 km NNE of Kóspallag village. Corticolous on Quercus petraea.

Lat.: 47° 54’ 42.54” N; Long.: 18° 56’ 47.06” EAlt.: ca 450 m s. m.

Leg.: E. Farkas and L. LőkösDat.: 6 June 2020

Det.: E. Farkas and L. Lőkös

88.Gyalecta herculina (Rehm) Baloch, Lumbsch et Wedin

in Lichenologist 45(6): 723, 2013 – Basionym: Segestrella herculina Rehm, Mathem. Természettud. Közlem. 11: 62, 1876. – Synonym: Belonia herculina (Rehm) Keissl., Rabenh. Krypt.-Fl., Edn 2 (Leipzig) 9(1.2): 287, 1937.

SLOVAKIA. Carpathians, Veľká Fatra Mts, Kornietová Nature reserve, beach forest, on bark of roots (Fagus sylvatica).

Lat.: 48° 59’ 51.30” N; Long.: 19° 06’ 08.93” EAlt.: ca 1220 m s. m.

Leg.: J. HaldaDat.: 27 June 2019

Det.: J. Halda

89.Icmadophila splachnirima (Hook. f. et Taylor) D. J. Galloway

in Lichenologist 32(3): 295, 2000. – Basionym: Parmelia splachnirima Hook. f. et Taylor in London J. Bot. 3: 645, 1844. – Synonym: Knightiella splachnirima (Hook. f. et Taylor) Gyeln. in Feddes Repert. 29: 1, 1931.

TASMANIA, ca 1.5 km ENE of Adamsfield on peaty soil at roadside edge of wet scrub.

Lat.: 42° 43’ S; Long.: 146° 21’ EAlt.: ca 560 m s. m.

Leg.: G. Kantvilas 121/20Dat.: 11 July 2020

Det.: G. Kantvilas

90.Lepraria incana (L.) Ach

in Methodus, Sectio prior (Stockholmiæ): 4, 1803. – Basionym: Byssus incana L., Sp. pl. 2: 1169, 1753.

HUNGARY. Pest County, Buda Mts, SE side of Mt ‘Meszes-hegy’, ca 4.5 km NW of Nagykovácsi, xerothermic basiphilous oak forest. Corticolous on Quercus petraea.

Lat.: 47° 35’ 20.39” N; Long.: 18° 49’ 32.35” EAlt.: ca 400 m s. m.

Leg.: L. LőkösDat.: 12 July 2020

Det.: L. Lőkös

91.Melanohalea elegantula (Zahlbr.) O. Blanco, A. Crespo, Divakar, Essl., D. Hawksw. et Lumbsch

in Mycol. Res. 108(8): 882, 2004. – Basionym: Parmelia aspidota var. elegantula Zahlbr., Verh. Ver. Nat., Heilk. Pressb. 8: 39, 1894.

HUNGARY. Nógrád County, Börzsöny Mts, oak forest ca 4 km NNE of Kóspallag village. Corticolous on Quercus petraea.

Lat.: 47° 54’ 42.67” N; Long.: 18° 56’ 44.62” EAlt.: ca 450 m s. m.

Leg.: E. Farkas and L. LőkösDat.: 6 June 2020

Det.: E. Farkas and L. Lőkös

92.Micarea turfosa (A. Massal.) Du Rietz

in Svensk bot. Tidskr. 17: 94, 1923. – Basionym: Biatora turfosa A. Massal. in Ric. auton. lich. crost. (Verona): 128, 1852.

CZECH REPUBLIC. E Bohemia, W Sudetes, Krkonoše Mts, Úpské rašeliniště peatbog, on bare turf.

Lat.: ca 50° 44’ 10” N; Long.: ca 15° 42’ 30” EAlt.: 1420–1430 m s. m.

Leg.: Z. Palice (n. 26069)Dat.: 4 June 1998

Det.: Z. Palice

93.Phaeophyscia orbicularis (Neck.) Moberg

in Symb. Bot. Upsal. 22 (1): 44, 1977. – Basionym: Lichen orbicularis Neck. in Deliciae GalloBelgic.: 509, 1768.

HUNGARY. Budapest, District VIII, park trees in square ‘Szenes Iván tér’ (‘Rezső tér’). On bark of Acer pseudoplatanus.

Lat.: 47° 28’ 45.23” N; Long.: 19° 05’ 39.58” EAlt.: ca 115 m s. m.

Leg.: L. LőkösDat.: 18 August 2020

Det.: E. Farkas and L. Lőkös

94.Physconia grisea (Lam.) Poelt

in Nova Hedwigia 9: 30, 1965. – Basionym: Lichen griseus Lam. in Encycl. Méth. Bot. (Paris) 3(2): 480, 1792.

HUNGARY. Vácrátót, National Botanical Garden, near the Vigyázó castle. On bark of cut branches of Acer pseudoplatanus and Celtis occidentalis.

Lat.: 47° 42’ 30.39” N; Long.: 19° 14’ 6.66” EAlt.: ca 130 m s. m.

Leg.: E. FarkasDat.: 17 August 2020

Det.: E. Farkas and L. Lőkös

95.Sarrameana albidoplumbea (Hook. f. et Taylor) Farkas

in Biblioth, Lichenol, 58: 98, 1995. – Basionym: Lecidea albidoplumbea Hook. f. et Taylor [as ‘albido-plumbea’], London J. Bot. 3: 638, 1844.

TASMANIA. Adamsfield on Pomaderris apetala in a small woodland grove.

Lat.: 42° 43’ S; Long.: 146° 20’ EAlt.: ca 410 m s. m.

Leg.: G. Kantvilas 127/20Dat.: 11 July 2020

Det.: G. Kantvilas

Fig. 4.
Fig. 4.

Physconia grisea in the field before collection

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96.Scoliciosporum schadeanum (Erichsen) Vězda

in Folia geobot. phytotax. 13(4): 411, 1978. – Basionym: Bacidia schadeana Erichsen in Ann. Mycol. 38: 324, 1940.

CZECH REPUBLIC. Šumava Mts, Prachatice: the valley of Blanice, fir-spruce spruce forest with some sycamores intermingled at foot of W-facing slope above the right bank of the rivulet, ca 1 km NW of the castle ruin Hus, on bark (Abies alba).

Lat.: 48° 57’ 46.5” N; Long.: 13° 55’ 05.3” EAlt.: ca 690 m s. m.

Leg.: Z. Palice (n. 29273)Dat.: 27 July 2020

Det.: Z. Palice

Lepraria jackii Tønsberg, Sommerfeltia 14: 200, 1992, is associated, containing atranorin, roccellic, jackinic and norjackinic acids (TLC ZP2020-10-19a, anal. Z. Palice, 2020).

97.Stenocybe pullatula (Ach.) Stein

in Cohn , Krypt.-Fl. Schlesien (Breslau) 2(2): 298, 1879. – Basionym: Calicium pullatulum Ach. in K. Vetensk-Acad. Nya Handl. 4: 121, 1816.

POLAND. Pojezierze Kaszubskie, Paraszyno, Łeba river valley, black alder forest along the river. Corticolous on Alnus glutinosa twigs.

Lat.: 54° 32’ 14” N; Long.: 18° 00’ 42” EAlt.: ca 74 m s. m.

Leg.: E. FarkasDat.: 28 September 2017

Det.: E. Farkas and L. Lőkös

98.Straminella conizaeoides (Nyl. ex Cromb.) S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et Farkas

in Kondratyuk, Lőkös, Jang, Hur and Farkas in Acta bot. hung. 61(1–2): 158, 2019. – Basionym: Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Cromb. in J. Bot., British and Foreign 23: 195, 1885.

HUNGARY. Pest County, Buda Mts, southern slope of Mt ‘Nagy-Kopasz’, in planted pine forest ca 3 km ESE of Telki. Corticolous on Pinus nigra.

Lat.: 47° 32’ 41.54” N; Long.: 18° 51’ 57.14” EAlt.: ca 495 m s. m.

Leg.: E. Farkas and L. LőkösDat.: 22 October 2020

Det.: E. Farkas, L. Lőkös and N. Varga

The lichen thalli and apothecia were often collected with lichenicolous Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw., Bulletin of the British Museum for Natural History 6 (3): 270, 1979.

99.Xanthoparmelia stenophylla (Ach.) Ahti et D. Hawksw

in The Lichenologist 37(4): 363, 2005. – Basionym: Parmelia conspersa var. stenophylla Ach. In Methodus, Sectio post. (Stockholmiæ): 206, 1803.

NORTH MACEDONIA. Pelagonia Statistical Region, Prilep municipality, Prilep, Varoš, Mt Markovi Kuli (Marko’s Towers). On granitic rocks.

Lat.: 41° 21’ 43.03” N; Long.: 21° 32’ 22.95” EAlt.: ca 895 m s. m.

Leg.: L. LőkösDat.: 23 July 2010

Det.: E. Farkas, L. Lőkös and K. Molnár

Usnic acid, norstictic acid, salazinic acid present (HPTLC: K. Molnár, 2010).

100.Xanthoparmelia tinctina (Maheu et A. Gillet) Hale

in Phytologia 28 (5): 489, 1974. – Basionym: Parmelia tinctina Maheu et A. Gillet in Bull. Soc. bot. Fr. 72: 860, 1925.

NORTH MACEDONIA. Pelagonia Statistical Region, Prilep municipality, Prilep, Varoš, Mt Markovi Kuli (Marko’s Towers). On granitic rocks.

Fig. 5
Fig. 5

Straminella conizaeoides with Lichenoconium lecanorae in the field before collection

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Lat.: 41° 21’ 43.03” N; Long.: 21° 32’ 22.95” EAlt.: ca 895 m s. m.

Leg.: L. LőkösDat.: 23 July 2010

Det.: E. Farkas, L. Lőkös and K. Molnár

Usnic acid, norstictic acid, salazinic acid present (HPTLC: K. Molnár, 2010).

Acknowledgements

The author is grateful to all contributors (whose names are mentioned above in the text) without whom the compilation of the exsiccate would not have been possible. The work was supported by various projects of the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA T047160, K81232) and of the Hungarian National Research Development and Innovation Fund (NKFI K124341).

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