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Author(s): Aszalósné Balogh, R., Buczkó, K., Erzberger, P., Freytag, Cs., Homm, Th., Lőkös, L., Matus, G., Nagy, Z., Papp, B. & Farkas, E.
Title: Taxonomical and chorological notes 15 (153–163)
Year: 2021
Volume: 52
Pages: 165-184.


Abstract: The present part of the series provides new records of 11 taxa, among them one diatom, six lichen-forming fungi and four bryophytes. The diatom Stauroneis blazenciciae is new to Romania, and it is the second record worldwide. The six lichen species have already been reported from Hungary, however they are quite rare. Additional interesting records are presented, e.g. Calicium notarisii and Pseudothelomma ocellatum are new for the Great Hungarian Plain, Cetrelia chicitae is new for the Velence Mts and for the Transdanubian Mountain Range, Petractis clausa is new for the Gerecse Mts, and Umbilicaria polyphylla is new for the Börzsöny Mts. Parmotrema perlatum has several interesting new occurrences. Regarding the bryophyte species, Marchantia polymorpha L. subsp. montivagans is new to Hungary, Sciuro-hypnum curtum is new for the Nyírség, Brachythecium capillaceum is reported from the Great Hungarian Plain for the first time. Pseudocampylium radicale is new for the Kismohos bog, its appearance seems to be a recent event.
Keywords: algae, lichens, liverworts, Romania, Hungary, new record, bryophytes, Ukraine
Subject: botany

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Lőkös, L.