New and noteworthy species of lichens and allied fungi from north-eastern Poland

Krystyna Czyżewska, Jurga Motejünaité, Stanisław Cieśliński


54 new species of lichenized, lichenicolous and saprobic fungi were found in the nature reserves of Augustowska Forest - Starożyn, Mały Borek and Kozi Rynek, and in Biebrzański National Park. The following species are: new to Poland - Multiclavula mucida and Polycoccum pulvinatum; rcported for the first time from the Polish lowlands - Biatora chrysantha, Normandina pulchella and Microcalicium ahlneri; new to N Poland - Leptorhaphis epidermidis; new to NE Poland - Arthrorhaphis aeruginosa, Epicladonia sandstedej E. stenospora, Lichenomphalia umbellifera, Reichlingia leopoldii and Verruaia bryoctona.


lichens; lichenicolous and saprobic fungi; new species; old-growth forests; distribution

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