Mniaecia jungermanniae and Puttea margaritella (lichenized Ascomycota) found in Poland

Paweł Czarnota, Emil Hernik

Abstract


Two hepaticolous fungi, Mniaecia jungermanniae and Puttea margaritella rarely recorded in Europe have recently been found in Polish Western Carpathians. Both species are also reported here for the first time from Poland. Notes on their taxonomy, ecology and distribution are provided.

Keywords


lichens; bryosymbionts; symbiosis; endophytes; liverworts; national park; Tatra Mts; Gorce range

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