Where the interesting species grow – remarkable records of lichens and lichenicolous fungi found during a Nordic Lichen Society meeting in Estonia

  • Ave Suija
  • Inga Jüriado
  • Piret Lõhmus
  • Rolands Moisejevs
  • Jurga Motiejūnaitė
  • Andrei Tsurykau
  • Martin Kukwa
Keywords: new species, red-listed species, sandstone lichens, lichens in oakwood

Abstract

In August 2019, the Nordic Lichen Society held its bi-annual meeting and excursion in south-western Estonia. The most remarkable findings of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi are recorded herewith, including nine new species (of them two lichenicolous), and one new intraspecific taxon for the country. Full species lists are provided for two notable locations, sandstone outcrop at the river Pärnu and an oak woodland in the Naissoo Nature Reserve, for which no previous data were available, to illustrate the importance of collective survey effort.

 

2019. a augustis toimus Eestis korraline, iga kahe aasta järel korraldatav Põhjamaade Lihhenoloogide Ühingu kokkutulek ja ekskursioon. Artiklis anname ülevaate huvitavatest lihheniseerunud ja lihhenikoolsete liikide leidudest, sealhulgas üheksa (neist kahe lihhenikoolse) liigi esmaleiust Eestis ja ühe liigisisese taksoni esmaleiust. Lisaks esitatakse lihheniseerunud, lihhenikoolsete ja neile lähedaste seente täisnimekirjad, mis koostati kahe elupaiga – Tori Põrgu Maastikukaitseala liivakivipaljandi ning Naissoo Looduskaitseala koosseisu jääva Naissoo tammiku – kohta.

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Published
2020-10-01
How to Cite
Suija, A., Jüriado, I., Lõhmus, P., Moisejevs, R., Motiejūnaitė, J., Tsurykau, A., & Kukwa, M. (2020). Where the interesting species grow – remarkable records of lichens and lichenicolous fungi found during a Nordic Lichen Society meeting in Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 57, 73-84. https://doi.org/10.12697/fce.2020.57.09
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