Šoun J., Vondrák J. & Bouda F.Vzácné a málo známé druhy lišejníků Třebíčska a okolí1–23
Rare and little known species in the Třebíč Region and its surroundings
Abstract: New records of 65 rare and little known lichens from the Třebíč region and its surroundings (SW Moravia) are presented and commented upon. Buellia violaceofusca, Parmelia barrenoae and Usnea wasmuthii are new to the Czech Republic. Other valuable records are e.g. Acarospora oligospora, Anaptychia ciliaris, Arthonia byssacea, A. endlicheri, Bacidia auerswaldii, B. circumspecta, Caloplaca substerilis, Cetrelia monachorum, C. olivetorum, Cladonia decorticata, Gyalecta flotowii, G. truncigena, Hypotrachyna revoluta, Lecania cyrtellina, Lecidea promixta, L. strasseri, Peltigera malacea, Phaeophyscia ciliata, Rinodina degeliana, R. excrescens, Schismatomma decolorans, Thelopsis rubella, Usnea glabrata and U. intermedia. The history of lichenological research in the region is summarized
Malíček J., Peksa O. & Steinová J.Lišejníky sutí v jižních Brdech24–44
Lichens of boulder screes in the southern Brdy Hills
Abstract: Lichens on six boulder screes in the southern part of the Brdy Hills (Central Bohemia) were studied during 2014. The screes are rich in Cladonia species but poor in arctic-alpine (e.g. Brodoa intestiniformis) lichens due to the low altitude. A list of 200 lichen taxa is presented. Twenty-five species are new for the Brdy Hills. Bacidia circumspecta, Bellemerea sanguinea, Biatora fallax, Cetraria sepincola, Cladonia asahinae, C. macroceras, C. stellaris, C. straminea, Fuscidea pusilla, Hertelidea botryosa, Icmadophila ericetorum, Lecidea leprarioides, Mycoblastus sanguinarius, Porpidia cinereoatra, Rhizocarpon cinereovirens and R. oederi represent the most interesting records. The Fajmanovy skály a Klenky Nature Reserve, with several well preserved screes and a relic pine forest, is the most valuable and species-rich locality (147 lichens recorded). In comparison with historical records, most of the terricolous and saxicolous lichens previously reported still occur at the localities under study
Vondrák J. & Malíček J.Teloschistaceae Velké kotliny a Petrových kamenů v Hrubém Jeseníku45–55
Teloschistaceae of the localities Velká kotlina and Petrovy kameny in the Hrubý Jeseník Mts
Abstract: Twenty-three species of Teloschistaceae have been recorded in alpine/subalpine habitats at two botanically well-known localities in the Hrubý Jeseník Mts (Czech Republic, N Moravia): the Velká kotlina glacial cirque formed by phyllite rocks (17 species) and the gneiss rock Petrovy kameny (10 species). Both localities are locally enriched by calcium carbonate intrusions and are regarded as regional diversity hot-spots of Teloschistaceae. Two species have not been recently confirmed: Bryoplaca sinapisperma (recorded in 1961) and Calogaya schistidii (recorded in 1879 only). Three records are considered dubious: Caloplaca fimbriata (unclear name), Leproplaca cirrochroa and Xanthomendoza fallax. Valuable recently recorded species are Blastema ammiospila, Caloplaca scabrosa, Caloplaca subalpina, Leproplaca obliterans and Rusavskia sorediata. The first three species have no other known occurrences in the Czech Republic. We have generated ITS nrDNA sequences to confirm the identifications of Athallia holocarpa, Calogaya arnoldii, Flavoplaca citrina, F. flavocitrina, Rufoplaca arenaria and a sterile specimen of Caloplaca chlorina. The predominantly saxicolous species Athallia holocarpa and Flavoplaca citrina are also muscicolous at the Petrovy kameny rock. On the contrary, the muscicolous, epiphytic or epixylic species Blastema ammiospila was also recorded directly on stone. We have found a useful character for distinguishing between the two recorded Flavoplaca species: soralia often originate from the upper surface of areoles in F. citrina, but always from the margins of areoles/squamules in F. flavocitrina
Malíček J. & Palice Z.Epifytické lišejníky Jilmové skály na Šumavě56–71
Epiphytic lichens of the locality Jilmová skála in the Šumava Mts
Abstract: A total of 160 lichenized and 11 non-lichenized epiphytic and lignicolous fungi were recorded during field research of the Jilmová skála Natural Monument in the Šumava Mts. The locality (8.12 ha) is formed by an old-growth forest dominated by beech, Norway maple and sycamore. Silver firs, Norwegian spruces and elms are admixed. Numerous rare lichen species were recorded only on one or two trees, although the lichen biota is very rich. Biatoridium delitescens is reported here for the first time from the Czech Republic. Bacidia laurocerasi, B. vermifera, Cliostomum griffithii, Coenogonium luteum, Chaenotheca hispidula, Gyalecta truncigena, Lobaria pulmonaria, Micarea hedlundii, Rinodina capensis, Schismatomma pericleum and Usnea intermedia are other remarkable species. The highest diversity of epiphytic lichens was recorded on beech (47%), followed by Norway maple (39%) and sycamore (39%). Forty-eight lichen species were found growing on wood. Only the rocky ridge of the Jilmová skála Natural Monument, with a scree forest covering an area of about 2 ha, is rich in lichens. The rest of the locality (6 ha) is covered mainly by poor shady beech-spruce forest
Lenzová V. & Svoboda D.Lišejníky Trubínského vrchu u Berouna72–80
Lichens of the Trubínský vrch hill near Beroun
Abstract: This contribution presents the results of a lichenofloristic survey of the Trubínskývrch hill near the town of Beroun in Central Bohemia, which was undertaken in 2013-2015. This locality is interesting due to its xerothermic diabasic outcrops on the south-facing rocky slopes of the hill. The lichen biota consists of 124 lichen species, including 105 saxicolous species. The concentration of endangered species is remarkably high. The locality is especially rich in the diversity of cyanolichens (Anema decipiens, A. tumidulum, Lemmopsis arnoldiana, Lichinella nigritella, L. stipatula, Peccania cernohorskyi, Peltula euploca, Thyrea confusa, Acarospora irregularis, Aspicilia dominiana, Lecanora argopholis and Toninia diffracta represent lichen species known mostly from diabasic rocks in the Czech Republic. Other rare and endangered species are Caloplaca conversa, Lecanora pannonica, L. pseudistera, Lepraria nylanderiana, Phaeophyscia constipata and Rhizocarpon umbilicatum. The lichenicolous fungus Arthonia punctella is reported here for the first time from the Czech Republic
Šoun J.Revize herbáře lišejníků Josefa Uličného81–87
A revision of the lichen herbarium of Josef Uličný
Abstract: The study summarizes a revision of the lichen herbarium of the famous malacologist Josef Uličný (1850-1913) collected by himself in the Třebíč region (probably between 1893 and 1896). The herbarium comprises 72 sheets containing 89 species of lichens (after revision). The revision has shown that more than one-quarter of the material was wrongly determined. Uličný's herbarium is the first record of lichen diversity in the Třebíč region. It also contains species currently extinct there or in the entire Czech Republic, e.g. Caloplaca lobulata, Cetrelia cetrarioides, C. olivetorum, Cliostomum corrugatum, Hypogymnia vittata, Lecanora intumescens, Lobaria scrobiculata, Nephroma parile, Peltigera aphthosa, P. venosa, Ramalinafraxinea and Stereocaulon tomentosum
Kučera J. et al.Mechorosty zaznamenané v průběhu terénních bryologických kurzů Jihočeské Univerzity na Šumavě v roce 201488–104
Bryophytes recorded during the field bryological courses of the University of South Bohemia in the Šumava Mts in 2014
Abstract: The bryofloristic results of two field courses, which took place in April and September 2014 in two regions of Šumava Mts, are presented here. We visited the surroundings of the village of Ktiš in the eastern part of the Šumava Mts and the surroundings of the town of Železná Ruda in the western part of the range. Altogether 301 species and two additional varieties were recorded during the field courses, including two endangered (Crossocalyx hellerianus, Zygodon viridissimus) and six vulnerable taxa (Riccardia chamedryfolia, Scapania paludosa, Buxbaumia viridis, Dicranella subulata, Hamatocaulis vernicosus and Orthotrichum rupestre); Tortula hoppeana was recorded in the Bavarian part of the mountain range. Important records are briefly commented upon
AnonymousZprávy se Sekce102–104
News from the Scetion
Váňa J.Personalia (Z. Iwatsuki)105–106
Personalia (Z. Iwatsuki)
Liška J.Personalia (R. Santesson, P. James, D. Galloway, V. Alstrup)106–108
Personalia (R. Santesson, P. James, D. Galloway, V. Alstrup)
Liška J. & Palice Z.Česká a slovenská lichenologická bibliografie XXVIII109–111
Czech and Slovak lichenological bibliography, XXVIII
Kubešová S.Nová bryologická literatura XXIX112–115
New bryological literature, XXIX