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Folia Cryptogamica Estonica 49 (2012)

Erast Parmasto
Bibliography of biological (mainly mycological)
publications by Erast Parmasto

The present bibliography lists scientific and scientific-popular publications by Erast Parmasto from the period 1953–2012, focusing on fungal diversity in Estonia and other countries; on fungal systematics, including principles and methods of studying fungi; on nature conservation issues in regard to fungi; and on methodology and science policy and methodology. Furthermore, biographies of some significant mycologists, memories and other topics related to the history of biology, mainly mycology, are incorporated. The bibliography also includes works edited and translated by Parmasto. Papers published in encyclopedias (The Estonian Encyclopedia, The Encyclopedia of Estonian Agriculture) and review journals (Excerpta Botanica. Sectio A. Taxonomica et Chorologica, Stuttgart, 1960–1970s) as well as the numerous papers in the Soviet abstract journal of biological sciences (Реферативный журнал. Биология, Москва) have not been incorporated. Short reviews of scientific publications have likewise been excluded, unless these deal with issues considered important herein. Consequently, the presented bibliography is not complete.

Andreas Bresinsky
Erast Parmasto 1928–2012 in memoriam

Eric Steen Hansen
Lichens from one locality at Frederikshåbs Isblink and two localities in the Fiskenæsset area, South West Greenland
A total of 156 taxa of lichens are reported from one locality near Frederikshåbs Isblink and two localities north and east of Fiskenæsset in South West Greenland. 23 taxa are new to the Frederikshåb and Fiskenæsset region. Geology, climate and vegetation of the three localities are briefly treated.

Ekaterina S. Kuznetsova, Jurga Motiejūnaitė, Irina S. Stepanchikova, Dmitry E. Himelbrant & Paweł Czarnota
New records of lichens and allied fungi from the Leningrad Region, Russia. III
Eight species of lichen-forming, eight lichenicolous and three non-lichenized fungi are reported from the Leningrad Region. Arthonia caerulescens, A. ligniaria, Hawksworthiana peltigericola, Micarea pycnidiophora and Trichonectria rubefaciens are new to Russia; Micarea lutulata, Protoparmelia oleagina and Stictis radiata are new to the North-Western European Russia; Lichenoconium lecanorae, Phaeocalicium populneum, Phaeosporobolus usneae, Ramboldia cinnabarina, Stictis brunnescens and Strigula stigmatella are new to the Leningrad Region. Most noteworthy records are briefly discussed.

Alexander G. Paukov & Anzhelika Yu. Teptina
New records of lichens from Middle Urals, Russia
Twelve species of lichenized ascomycetes are reported from the Middle Urals, in the limits of Sverdlovsk Region. Anema nummularium and Fellhaneropsis vezdae are new to Russia. Collema dichotomum, Epiphloea byssina and Lemmopsis arnoldiana are new to the Urals; seven species are new to the Middle Urals. Most of the reported lichens are known from one locality only, some of them are regarded as vulnerable.

Juha Pykälä, Irina S. Stepanchikova, Dmitry E. Himelbrant, Ekaterina S. Kuznetsova & Nadezhda M. Alexeeva
The lichen genera Thelidium and Verrucaria in the Leningrad Region (Russia)
Lichens from the genera Thelidium and Verrucaria in the Leningrad Region (including Saint-Petersburg) are revised. Altogether five species of Thelidium and 31 of Verrucaria are confirmed for this region. Four species (Thelidium minimum, T. olivaceum, Verrucaria maculiformis and V. trabalis) are new to the Leningrad Region, and 17 species (Thelidium aphanes, T. fontigenum, Verrucaria christiansenii, V. elevata, V. epilithea, V. helsingiensis, V. illinoisensis, V. inaspecta, V. invenusta, V. lignicola, V. pilosoides, V. polystictoides, V. pseudovirescens, V. rejecta, V. tectorum, V. tornensis and V. transfugiens) are new to Russia. Dubious records for the Leningrad Region include Verrucaria acrotella, V. floerkeana, V. fusca, V. nigrescens, V. obnigrescens, V. umbrinula and V. viridula.

Ulf Schiefelbein, Paweł Czarnota, Holger Thüs & Martin Kukwa
The lichen biota of the Drawieński National Park (NW Poland, Western Pomerania)
The whole known lichen biota of the Drawieński National Park is presented. In total 290 species (262 lichenized, 25 lichenicolous and 3 lichen-related, saprotrophic fungi) are listed. Trichonectria anisospora and Milospium lacoizquetae are reported as new to Poland. Lecanora stenotropa and Phaeophyscia pusilloides are reported for the first time from Polish lowlands. The most lichenologically interesting and richest habitat complexes are the river valleys with their beech slope forests, their alluvial forests and their fast running rivers. Further habitats of high nature conservation value are roadside trees and pine forests, which inhabit a rich lichen biota as well.

Triin Varvas & Bellis Kullman
First records of two ascomycetes on Phleum pratense in Estonia
Within a study on endophytic fungi of Timothygrass (Phleum pratense), two ascomycetes were recorded for the first time in Estonia. Based on morphological and molecular methods, the species were determined as Alternaria arbusti and A. viburni (teleomorph Lewia viburni), new to P. pratense.

Anna Zduńczyk, Magdalena Dziedzic & Martin Kukwa
The lichen genus Pertusaria in Poland II. Secondary chemistry of P. flavida II
A This paper presents a study on a chemical variation of Pertusaria flavida in Poland. Six chemotypes were determined in the studied material, of which chemotypes IV, V and VI were never reported before. All of them produce thiophaninic acid as the diagnostic metabolite for the species and this is the only major substance in chemotype I. Chemotype II contains in addition also 2'-O-methylperlatolic acid (± confluentic acid), whereas chemotype III stictic acid complex (± minor or trace amounts of norstictic acid). Chemotype IV is characterized by the presence of 2'-O-methylperlatolic acid and stictic acid complex (± norstictic acid in minor to trace amounts). Chemotype V produce norstictic acid as a major additional substance and chemotype VI contains 2'-O-methylperlatolic acid together with norstictic acid. Chemotype II was the most common chemotype (c.75 % of specimens) in studied material. Distribution maps are presented for all chemotypes.

Ilya Zhdanov
New and rare lichen records from the Central Siberian Biosphere Reserve (Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia). II
Twenty species of lichens and allied fungi are recorded from the Central Siberian Biosphere Reserve (Middle Yenisey River, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia). Porpidia striata and Pyrenopsis impolita are new to Russia and Asia; Lempholemma dispansum – to Asia; Fuscidea arboricola and Verrucaria macrostoma – to the Asian Part of Russia; Pertusaria aspergilla and Thelidium incavatum – to Siberia; Acarospora schorica, Eopyrenula leucoplaca, Opegrapha gyrocarpa, Rinodina colobina and Verrucaria dolosa – to Eastern Siberia.

Mikhail P. Zhurbenko, Janolof Hermansson & Tatiana N. Pystina
Lichenicolous fungi from the Komi Republic of Russia. II
A total of 23 species of lichenicolous fungi is reported from the Komi Republic of Russia, including 10 new to the republic. Physcia is a new host genus for Sphaerellothecium reticulatum.

New Estonian Records
Ljudmilla Martin, Ave Suija, Merje Schmeimann, Ede Leppik & Juha Pykälä

Jüri Martin
Taimi Piin-Aaspõllu 03.09.1940–02.09.2012 in memoriam