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1 November 2015 Contribution to the Lichen Biota of the Romanian Carpathians
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Malíček, J., Bouda, F., Liška, J., Palice, Z. & Peksa, O. 2015. Contribution to the lichen biota of the Romanian Carpathians. — Herzogia 28: 713–735.

We present floristic data from 82 localities mainly from eight mountain ranges of the Romanian Carpathians (Făgăraş, Parâng, Cindrel, Harghita, Hăşmaş, Bihor, Maramureş and Rodna). The main habitats investigated were subalpine and alpine communities, beech and spruce forests, and limestone areas at lower altitudes. During four field expeditions, 364 lichenized and three lichenicolous fungi were recorded. Thirty-seven taxa are new for Romania. Biatora subduplex, Helocarpon pulverulum, Lecanora filamentosa, L. flavoleprosa, Lecidea huxariensis, Leucocarpia biatorella, Myriospora dilatata, Pertusaria borealis, Placynthium dolichoterum, Reichlingia leopoldii, Rhizocarpon carpaticum and Vezdaea stipitata are new for southeastern Europe. Lecanora flowersiana is reported for the first time from Europe. Candelariella commutata, Cetrelia chicitae, Lecanora cinereofusca, Leptogium hildenbrandii, Psoroma tenue var. borealis, Rinodina roscida and Usnea longissima are either phytogeographically remarkable or very rare taxa.

Jiří Malíček, František Bouda, Jiří Liška, Zdeněk Palice, and Ondřej Peksa "Contribution to the Lichen Biota of the Romanian Carpathians," Herzogia 28(2), 713-735, (1 November 2015). https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.28.2.2015.713
Accepted: 1 August 2015; Published: 1 November 2015
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