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Author(s): Papp, B., Erzberger, P., Lőkös, L., Szurdoki, E., Németh, Cs., Buczkó, K., Höhn, M., Aszalósné Balogh, R., Baráth, K., Matus, G., Pifkó, D. & Farkas, E.
Title: Taxonomical and chorological notes 12 (126–136)
Year: 2020
Volume: 51
Pages: 77-98.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17110/StudBot.2020.51.1.77


Abstract: The present part of the series provides new records of 11 taxa, among them five lichen-forming fungi and six bryophytes. One lichen-forming fungus was discovered as new species in Hungary (Parmeliella triptophylla), however it was collected 115 years ago, this species should be considered as an extinct species in Hungary. One bryohyte is newly reported from Hungary (Brachytheciastrum olympicum). The occurrence of one lichen-forming fungus (Parmelia submontana) and two bryophyte species (Palustriella falcata, Ptychostomum pseudotriquetrum var. bimum) was confirmed in Hungary. Amendments to the known distribution of lichen-forming fungi species are reported from Hungary (Cladonia mitis) and Romania (Multiclavula mucida, Xanthoparmelia protomatrae) and three bryophytes from Hungary are also reported (Callicladium haldanianum, Codonoblepharon forsteri, Ephemerum cohaerens).
Keywords: Romania, Hungary, lichen-forming fungi, bryophyte, Clavulinaceae, Amblystegiaceae, Brachytheciaceae, Bryaceae, Callicladiaceae, Cladoniaceae, Orthotrichaceae, Pannariaceae, Parmeliaceae, Pottiaceae
Subject: botany

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Csapó, Zs. & Pelles, G.