|Kučera J. & Váňa J.: Schistochilopsis opacifolia (Culm. ex Meyl.) Konstant. v Krkonoších , 1–8
Schistochilopsis opacifolia (Culm. ex Meyl.) Konstant. in the Krkonoše Mts
Abstract: The liverwort Schistochilopsis opacifolia, considered vanished from the Czech bryoflora, was detected in recent collections from the Labská rokle ravine in the Krkonoše Mts, and its identification and distinctness from S. incisa was confirmed by molecular barcoding using trnL–trnF chloroplast sequences. A selective partial revision of material collected in the summit region of the Krkonoše Mts yielded several other specimens, all of which were collected in the Labský důl valley. The diagnostic characters of the species are discussed to prompt the search for other localities of this rare, yet probably partly overlooked, species of our liverwort flora.
|Váňa J.: Poznámky k druhu Fuscocephaloziopsis affinis (Lindb. ex Steph.) Váňa et L.Söderstr., v současné době neodlišovanému druhu slovenské bryoflóry, 9–15
Notes on Fuscocephaloziopsis affinis (Lindb. ex Steph.) Váňa et L.Söderstr., a presently unrecognized species of the Slovak bryoflora
Abstract: The species Fuscocephaloziopsis affinis (syn. Cephalozia affinis) was published as new for the former Czechoslovakia in the year 1974 from the locality Stolica Mountain (Slovenské rudohorie Mts). Based on the taxonomic concept accepted in most countries in Europe, this name was considered synonymous with Fuscocephaloziopsis lunulifolia (syn. Cephalozia lunulifolia). Therefore, it was not included in either of the check-lists of Slovakian bryophytes although it was mentioned as occurring in Slovakia in the study entitled “Distribution of Hepaticae and Anthocerotae in Europe and Macaronesia”. Only in the last years, based on molecular data, was this taxon “re-established” at the species level. Data on the history, morphological characteristics, distribution, taxonomy and nomenclature of this species are discussed in detail. A second locality in Slovakia (Muránska planina Mts, Hrdzavá dolina valley) is added. The determination of plants from this mentioned locality was confirmed by molecular methods.
|Procházková J., Plášek V. & Mikulášková E.: Mechorosty na borce stromů v údolí Černé Ostravice (CHKO Beskydy) , 16–28
Bryophytes on the bark of trees in the valley of the river Černá Ostravice (PLA Beskydy)
Abstract: Epiphytic bryophytes were studied in the valley of the river Černá Ostravice (Beskydy Protected Landscape Area). All bryophytes growing from the ground up to the height of 2 m were recorded on 219 deciduous phorophytes with a minimum girth of 20 cm at breast height. Grey alder (Alnus incana) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica) were the most prevalent species of phorophytes. Sixty-one species of bryophytes (52 mosses, 9 liverworts) were discovered; three of them (Callicladium haldanianum, Orthotrichum patens, Syzygiella autumnalis) are listed on the Red List of the Czech Republic, and one (Callicladium haldanianum) is new for the PLA Beskydy. Two types of epiphytic communities were recorded that can be assigned to known alliances, Ulotion crispae Barkm. 1958 and Dicrano scoparii-Hypnion filiformis Barkm. 1958.
|Táborská M. & Procházková J.: Mechorosty doubrav národního parku Podyjí na příkladu lokality Lipina , 29–35
Bryophytes of oak forests in the Podyjí National Park as exemplified by the Lipina locality
Abstract: Lipina (4.59 ha) is an acidophilus natural oak forest belonging to the most protected 'first zone' of the Podyjí National Park. Despite the fact that the park is rather well explored, its species-poor forests were never the centre of bryological interest. Sixty species of bryophytes were recorded (49 mosses and 11 liverworts) during a survey in 2015. Despite expectations, not only common, but also some rare species were discovered. Four taxa are listed on the Red list of bryophytes of the Czech Republic – Frullania inflata (EN), Ulota hutchinsiae (EN), Buxbaumia aphylla (LR-nt) and Dicranum viride (LR-nt). The record of Frullania inflata is the first discovery of this species in the Podyjí National Park.
|Hrdinová K., Kafka J., Pellarová M., Řezáč J. & Kubešová S.: Mechy brněnských hřbitovů , 36–44
Mosses of cemeteries in the city of Brno
Abstract: Bryophytes were studied in five selected cemeteries in the city of Brno (Czech Republic) in 2013 and 2014. The searched cemeteries were the Brno Central Cemetery (“Ústřední hřbitov města Brna”), the Jewish Cemetery (“Židovský hřbitov”), and cemeteries situated in the urban districts of Královo pole, Líšeň and Slatina. Grave, treetrunk and lawn habitats were searched in each cemetery. The following features were observed and noted: overshadowing by woody species, degree of grave maintenance, age of graves and substrate. Altogether, 62 mosses were recorded. The majority of species occurred on graves, especially on their gravestones and kerbs.
|Malíček J.: Zajímavé nálezy lišejníků ve středním Povltaví I. – epifytické a terikolní druhy , 45–64
Interesting records of lichens in the Middle Vltava Region I. – epiphytic and terricolous species
Abstract: The lichen biota of the Middle Vltava Region (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic) is quite poorly known. Historical data are very sparse, but recent collections have been published in several studies. This contribution presents floristic records of 82 species of epiphytic, epixylic and terricolous lichens in the Vltava river valley and the adjacent Sedlčany region. Red-listed, regionally rare and overlooked taxa are included. The most valuable epiphytic lichens are found in xerothermic oak forests in the Vltava valley. Old beech forests are very rare in the region and occur only at higher elevations in the southern part of the area studied. Due to strong landscape eutrophication and a relatively dry and warm climate, epiphytic communities on solitary trees, in avenues and on shrubby slopes (usually former pastures) are poor in lichen species. Arthonia atra, Caloplaca lucifuga, C. monacensis, Chaenotheca hispidula, Evernia mesomorpha, Lecidea sanguineoatra, Lecidella albida, Normandina pulchella, Pachyphiale fagicola, Parmotrema perlatum, Pyrenula nitidella and Schismatomma pericleum represent the most interesting records of epiphytic lichens. Agonimia vouauxii, Cladonia peziziformis, C. scabriuscula, C. strepsilis, Epiphloea byssina, Leptogium tenuissimum, Micarea leprosula and Pycnothellia papillaria are the most valuable records of terricolous species. Many of them occur especially on sandy substrates in sandpits and in the surroundings of weathered granodiorite outcrops. Cladonia conista is reported here for the first time from the Czech Republic.
|Šoun J., Lenzová V., Malíček J., Müller A. & Peksa O.: Lišejníky zaznamenané během Bryologicko-lichenologických dnů v Českém ráji v září 2015 , 65–75
Lichens recorded during the Bryological and Lichenological Days in the Bohemian Paradise Protected Landscape Area (North Bohemia), September 2015
Abstract: A list of 184 lichen species and 3 non-lichenized fungi recorded in the Bohemian Paradise (North Bohemia) during a meeting of the Bryological and Lichenological Section of the Czech Botanical Society in September 2015 is presented. Noteworthy lichens are reported from the Trosky castle ruin – Caloplaca arcis, Endocarpon psorodeum, Lecanora pannonica, Leptogium turgidum and Xanthoria calcicola, and from veteran oaks in the Bažantník Nature Reserve near the village of Sedmihorky – Acrocordia gemmata, Calicium adspersum, C. viride, Chaenotheca phaeocephala, Opegrapha vulgata s. str. and Sclerophora pallida. Aspicilia simoënsis, Fuscidea praeruptorum and Strigula stigmatella represent further interesting findings at other visited localities.
|Dudáš M.: Príspevok k rozšíreniu lišajníka Usnea florida na Slovensku , 76–82
Contribution to the distribution of the lichen Usnea florida in Slovakia
Abstract: The lichen Usnea florida is a critically endangered species of the Slovak lichen flora. A distribution map was created based on data collected by studying herbarium specimens, literary sources and fieldwork. Usnea florida occurs in mountain forests at elevations approximately between 800 and 1,500 m. In Slovakia it was found at 25 localities in eight phytogeographical districts. The occurrence of the species at eight localities is documented by herbarium specimens, and one locality is supported by chemical analysis. A new locality was discovered in the Slovenské Rudohorie Mts. Additional localities are likely to be found in the future.
|Kučera J., Dřevojan P., Ekrtová E., Holá E., Koval Š., Manukjanová A., Peterka T., Procházková J., Štechová T., Táborská M., Tkáčiková J., Vicherová E. & Zmrhalová M.: Zajímavé bryofloristické nálezy XXV. , 83–91
Interesting bryofloristic records, XXV
|Anonymous: Zprávy se Sekce, 92–100
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