Seven Micarea (Pilocarpaceae) species new to Germany and notes on deficiently known species in the Bavarian Forest

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Weber , L M , Printzen , C , Bässler , C & Kantelinen , A 2021 , ' Seven Micarea (Pilocarpaceae) species new to Germany and notes on deficiently known species in the Bavarian Forest ' , Herzogia , vol. 34 , no. 1 , pp. 5-17 . https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.34.1.2021.5

Title: Seven Micarea (Pilocarpaceae) species new to Germany and notes on deficiently known species in the Bavarian Forest
Author: Weber, Lilith Marie; Printzen, Christian; Bässler, Claus; Kantelinen, Annina
Contributor organization: Botany
Date: 2021-06
Language: eng
Number of pages: 13
Belongs to series: Herzogia
ISSN: 0018-0971
DOI: https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.34.1.2021.5
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/332671
Abstract: We report new records of 19, predominantly rare, Micarea species, mostly from dead wood in mixed montane forests characterized mainly by Norway spruce, European beech and silver fir in the Bavarian Forest National Park on the German-Czech border. Their ecology and key morphological features are discussed. Micarea contexta, M. fallax, M. melanobola, M. pseudomicrococca, M. pusilla, M. soralifera and M. tomentosa are reported for the first time from Germany. Micarea anterior, M. byssacea, M. elachista, M. laeta, M. micrococca and M. nowakii, in addition to the aforementioned, are reported as new for the Bavarian Forest National Park.We report new records of 19, predominantly rare, Micarea species, mostly from dead wood in mixed montane forests characterized mainly by Norway spruce, European beech and silver fir in the Bavarian Forest National Park on the German-Czech border. Their ecology and key morphological features are discussed. Micarea contexta, M. fallax. M. melanobola, M. pseudomicrococca, M. pusilla, M. soralifera and M. tomentosa are reported for the first time from Germany. Micarea anterior, M. byssacea, M. elachista, M. laeta, M. rnicrococca and M. nowakii, in addition to the aforementioned, are reported as new for the Bavarian Forest National Park.
Subject: 1181 Ecology, evolutionary biology
Bohemian Forest
dead wood
lignicole
microlichens
LICHENICOLOUS FUNGI
PRASINA GROUP
NATIONAL-PARK
LICHENIZED ASCOMYCOTA
REMARKABLE RECORDS
SAXONY-ANHALT
DIVERSITY
ADDITIONS
FLORA
HARZ
Bohemian Forest
dead wood
lignicole
microlichens
LICHENICOLOUS FUNGI
PRASINA GROUP
NATIONAL-PARK
LICHENIZED ASCOMYCOTA
REMARKABLE RECORDS
SAXONY-ANHALT
DIVERSITY
ADDITIONS
FLORA
HARZ
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