61/2018



Malíček J. & Vondrák J. Příspěvek k diverzitě lišejníků NPR Děvín a Tabulová v CHKO Pálava 1–17
Contribution to the lichen diversity of the Děvín and Tabulová National Nature Reserves in the Pálava Hills
Abstract: The Pálava Protected Landscape Area in South Moravia is very rich in xerothermic saxicolous species on limestone rocks. We briefly explored the lichen biota of two large protected areas: the Děvín- Kotel-Soutěska and Tabulová National Nature Reserves. Saxicolous communities in the two reserves are very similar; the former locality even harbours comparatively rich epiphytic lichen communities. We recorded 192 lichenized and four non-lichenized fungi from the Děvín reserve and 146 lichenized and five non-lichenized fungi from the Tabulová reserve. Four of the recorded species (Candelariella viae-lactae, Placynthium caesium, Strigula glabra, Verrucaria cincta) have their only known localities in the Czech Republic in the area. Other rare and phytogeographically remarkable species are Caloplaca aurantia, C. biatorina, C. emilii, C. erodens, C. fiumana, C. ochracea, Candelariella blastidiata, C. reflexa s. str., Eopyrenula leucoplaca, Fulgensia fulgens, Hymenelia prevostii, Peccania coralloides, Peltigera ponojensis, Phaeophyscia hirsuta, Physconia muscigena, Protoblastenia lilacina, Rinodinella controversa, Squamarina lentigera, Verrucaria breussii, Verrucaria pinguicula and Xanthoria papillifera. Teloschistaceae is the most species-rich family with 41 species recorded in the two reserves. The names Caloplaca albopruinosa and C. alociza are applied here to different species than proposed by Muggia et al. (2008). 
Bouda F.Lišejníky NPR Čertova stěna-Luč u Loučovic18–26
Lichens of the Čertova stěna-Luč National Nature Reserve near Loučovice
Abstract: A list of 178 lichen species recorded in 2013 in the Čertova stěna- Luč National Natural Reserve near the village of Loučovice in South Bohemia is presented. The reserve is rich in various types of substrates and habitats: exposed rocks, boulder screes, stones in the river Vltava, shaded mossy boulders in forests and abundant fallen dead wood. The locality is home to the glacial relicts Arctoparmelia centrifuga, Cladonia amaurocraea and Hertelidea botryosa. Hypogymnia vittata, which is usually epiphytic, grows here only on mossy granite boulders on the top of Mt Luč 
Hájková P., Hájek M. & Maslovski O., Pawlikowski P., Abramchuk M., Abramchuk A., Dítě D. & Plesková Z.Nové lokality vzácných slatinných mechorostů v Bělorusku27–34
New localities of some rare fen bryophyte species in Belarus
Abstract: Bryophyte species occurring in calcium-rich fens are endangered and retreating in all European countries, including those in Northern Europe, because of fen degradation in intensively exploited landscapes. During our field investigation of mires in northwestern Belarus in July 2017, we discovered new localities of some rare fen bryophyte species. They are included as endangered in the Red Book of Belarus (Cinclidium stygium, Drepanocladus lycopodioides and Meesia triquetra) or have been retreating in the last decades (Hamatocaulis vernicosus, Helodium blandowii, Paludella squarrosa, Scorpidium cossonii and S. scorpioides). Knowledge about their recent distribution is a prerequisite for their active protection by nature conservation authorities 
Kubešová S., Mudrová R. & Sova P.Mechorosty zaznamenané během jarního 21. setkání Bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS v Nečtinách na Manětínsku v roce 201435–43
Bryophytes recorded during the 21st Spring Meeting of the Bryological and Lichenological Section of the ČBS in Nečtiny near Manětín (West Bohemia) in 2014
Abstract: Altogether 182 bryophyte species (30 liverworts and 152 mosses) were recorded during excursions to the northern part of the Plzeň region in West Bohemia. The records include four vulnerable species (Buxbaumia viridis, Discelium nudum, Hamatocaulis vernicosus, Riccardia chamedryfolia), six lower-risk near- threatened species (Campylium stellatum, Dicranum bonjeanii, Lophoziopsis longidens, Orthotrichum patens, Scorpidium cossonii, Sphagnum contortum) and fifteen 'attention-list' species of least concern. 
Dřevojan P., Jiroušek M., Mikulášková E., Procházková J. & Táborská M.Zajímavé bryofloristické nálezy XXIX44–49
nteresting bryofloristic records, XXIX
Abstract: Bazzania flaccida, Cephalozia loitlesbergeri, Harpanthusscutatus, Scapania paludicola, Schljakovia kunzeana, Syzygiella autumnalis, Aloina aloides var. ambigua, Cleistocarpidium palustre, Microbryum floerkeanum, Sphagnum fuscum, Tayloria serrata, 
Peksa O.Zprávy ze Sekce50–50
News from the Section
Abstract: V. československá lichenologická konference
Holá E., Manukjanová A. & Syrovátková L.Jarní bryologicko-lichenologické setkání na pošumavských vápencích, 19.–22. duben 201850–52
2018 Spring Bryological and Lichenological Meeting in the Šumava Mts
Abstract: Jarní bryologicko-lichenologické setkání na pošumavských vápencích, 19.–22. duben 2018
Vondrák J.Žurnál klub: Vliv fotobionta na způsob rozmnožování a fenotyp lišejníků52–54
Journal club
Černajová I.Žurnál Klub: Lišajníky medzi endofytmi54–55
Malíček J.Žurnál Klub: Seznam alpských lišejníků56–56
Malíček J.Žurnál Klub: Nordic Lichen Flora VI.56–56
Lackovičová A. & Bérešová A.Personalia: RNDr. Ivan Pišút, DrSc. (*13. 3. 1935 – †14. 12. 2017) – náš učiteľ, priateľ a neúnavný terénny výskumník57–61
Bérešová A.Personalia: RNDr. Anna Kubinská, CSc. (*26. 7. 1949 – †23. 12. 2017)62–63
Kučera J., Herben T., Mikulášková E. & Svoboda D.Personalia: Prof. RNDr. Jiří Váňa, DrSc. (*11. 1. 1940 – †8. 4. 2018)63–80
Kučera J.Prof. Dr. Jochen Heinrichs (*14. 3. 1969 – †22. 4. 2018)80–80
Širka P. & Kubešová S.Nová bryologická literatura XXXII81–85
New bryological literature, XXXII

Publishing scope of the Bryonora bulletin:

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Next issue (62) is scheduled for December 2018

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Manuscripts:

We are accepting manuscripts concerned with various fields of bryology and/or lichenology, which are aimed at the Czech and Slovak audience, e.g. concerning the region of the Czech and Slovak Republics or of any other special interest to this region. The manuscripts should not exceed ca. 6 printed pages (longer contributions should be first consulted with the editor). They should be written in either Czech or Slovak but English or German is acceptable if the author's native language is neither Czech nor Slovak. Contributions are reviewed, the editor asks specialists to review the text and recommends eventual revisions.

Name of the contribution has to be translated in English (or Czech in case of English/German texts). Informative English-written abstract and keywords are requested. English- and German-written contributions have to be provided with Czech summary (the editor will translate the summary from English/German when needed).
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Author instructions

Bryonora is the journal of the Bryological and Lichenological Section of the Czech Botanical Society. We accept manuscripts concerned with various fields of bryology and lichenology which are aimed mainly at the Czech and Slovak audience. Manuscripts up to c. 15 pages in Czech, Slovak or English are accepted for the publication. Each paper is assessed by two reviewers. English-written abstract and key words are requested. Please, do not format the manuscripts into a final form – use only basic text forms like bold and italics. Figures, graphs and tables are preferentially accepted as separate files. Colored photos are welcome. TIF and JPG formats are preferred. The minimal width of graphical objects is 1400 pixels. Offprints of papers are available in PDF on this websites. Citation rules follow the last issue of Bryonora. Some essential citation rules: Author names are separated by commas, initials are followed by a dot and multiple initials are separated by space. The last author is connected with the previous one by the ampersand (&). All authors are listed. Year of publication stands in round brackets, followed by a colon. The title is separated from other bibliographic data by a dash (–), all taxa names stand in italics. The journal titles are given in full; books are supplied with the information about publisher and its location. The pagination is separated by a dash (–), not a hyphen (-), without space. The manuscripts are cited similarly to book titles, the location and type of the manuscript can be given in square brackets at the line end.


Examples to the above rules:

Kocourková J. (2000): Lichenicolous fungi of the Czech Republic (the first commented checklist). - Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Ser. B, 55: 59-169.

Alvarez J., Paz-Bermúdez G. & Sánchez-Biezma M. J. (2001): Estudio quimiotaxonómico del género Ramalina Ach. (Lecanorales, Ascomycotina) en Galicia (NW de Espana). - Cryptogamie, Mycologie 22: 271-287.

Milde J. (1869): Bryologia Silesiaca. - A. Felix, Leipzig. [ix + 410 pp.]

Liška J. & Pišút I. (1995): Lišajníky. - In: Kotlaba F. (ed.), Červená kniha ohrozených a vzácnych druhov rastlín a živočíchov SR a ČR 4. Sinice a riasy, huby, lišajníky, machorasty, p. 120-156, Príroda, Bratislava.

Buryová B. (1996): Rozšíření druhů rodu Philonotis v České republice. - Ms., 86 pp. [Mgr. thesis, Přírodovědecká fakulta UK Praha]

Pirkenfels J. (1710?): Mappa Circuli Boleslaviensis. - Ms. [Depon. in: Ústřední Státní Archiv, Praha. Sign. 476/h AVII]

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Reviews:

Reviews are accepted only in Czech and Slovak.

 

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