Contribution to the lichen biota of the Pogórze Wiśnickie foothills (Carpathians)

Lucyna Śliwa

Abstract


The Pogórze Wiśnickie foothills are situated in close vicinity to the Kraków agglomeration and is highly influenced by human activity. Lichen studies in the area revealed 163 species so far. A current checklist of the lichen biota of the territory is provided with numerous new regional records, e.g. Bacidina sulphurella, Evernia prunastri, Fuscidea pusilla, Lecanora albellula, Lepraria ecorticata, Mycobilimbia epixanthoides, Ramalina farinacea, R.. fastigiata, Ropalospora viridis, Verrucaria praetermissa and V. tectorum.

Keywords


lichens; biodiversity; new records; Poland

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