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Andrei Tsurykau

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Records of 21 species of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi new to Gomel region, the south-eastern Belarus are presented. Of these, six species (Bacidia fraxinea, Briancoppinsia cytospora, Calicium parvum, Chaenothecopsis savonica, Enchylium bachmanianum and Intralichen christiansenii) are new to Belarus, seven species (Carbonicola anthracophila, Chaenotheca hispidula, Cornutispora lichenicola, Lichenochora obscuroides, Lichenoconium xanthoriae, Pyrenochaeta xanthoriae and Tremella hypogymniae) have been previously known from one locality in the country. The occurrence of Ochrolechia microstictoides is confirmed with certainty for Belarus. Ochrolechia parella is excluded from the list of lichens of Gomel region as erroneously identified.

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Andrei Tsurykau

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Licea parasitica (Zukal) G.W.Martin is reported new to Belarus. It was recorded in two localities, growing on both tree bark and epiphytic lichens in young Scots pine plantations in Gomel region, the south-eastern Belarus.

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Andrei Tsurykau and Aliaksandra Ropat

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Phaeophyscia endophoenicea (Harm.) Moberg was reported for the first time in Belarus. It was recorded growing on bark of Carpinus betulus in old-growth broadleaved forest in Gomel region, the southeastern part of Belarus.

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Andrei Tsurykau, Vladimir P. Travkin and Evgeny S. Korchikov

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Twenty two species of lichenicolous fungi are reported as new to Orenburg region. Of these, Didymocyrtis cladoniicola is new to European Russia; Lichenoconium lichenicola, Marchandiomyces corallinus, Merismatium decolorans, Phoma peltigerae and Roselliniella cladoniae are new to the southern part of European Russia.

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Pavel Bely, Vladimir Golubkov, Andrei Tsurykau and Evgenii Sidorovich

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Two hundred and ten specimens of Cetrelia collected in Belarus in 1954-2012 were examined based on morphological and chemical characters. Three closely related species of Cetrelia (C. cetrarioides, C. monachorum and C. olivetorum) were identified in this study. The ecological notes and distribution maps of the detected species in Belarus were provided and their conservation status was discussed.

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Andrei Tsurykau, Volha Khramchankova and Jurga Motiejūnaitė

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Tsurykau A., Khramchankova V., Motiejūnaitė J., 2012: Pycnora sorophora (Lecanoraceae) - lichen species new to Belarus [Pycnora sorophora (Lecanoraceae) - nauja kerpių rūšis Baltarusijoje]. - Bot. Lith., (18)1: 80-82. Pycnora sorophora (Vain.) Hafellner was reported for the first time in Belarus. It was recorded in three localities, growing on bark of Pinus sylvestris in various types of pine forests in Gomel region, the southeastern Belarus.

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Jurga Motiejūnaitė, Toni Berglund, Paweł Czarnota, Dmitry Himelbrant, Filip Högnabba, Liudmila A. Konoreva, Eugeny S. Korchikov, Dariusz Kubiak, Martin Kukwa, Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Ede Leppik, Piret Lõhmus, Ingrida Prigodina Lukošienė, Pykälä Juha, Darius Stončius, Irina Stepanchikova, Ave Suija, Arne Thell, Andrei Tsurykau and Martin Westberg

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Motiejūnaitė J., Berglund T., Czarnota P., Himelbrant D., Högnabba F., Konoreva L. A., Korchikov E. S., Kubiak D., Kukwa M., Kuznetsova E., Leppik E., Lõhmus P., Prigodina Lukošienė I., Pykälä J., Stončius D., Stepanchikova I., Suija A., Thell A., Tsurykau A., Westberg M., 2012: Lichens, lichenicolous and allied fungi found in Asveja Regional Park (Lithuania) [Kerpės, lichenofiliniai ir kerpėms artimi saprotrofiniai grybai Asvejos regioniniame parke]. - Bot. Lith., 18(2): 85-100. The paper reports the results of lichenological investigations in Asveja Regional Park (eastern Lithuania). A large part of the study was performed during the joint 18th Symposium of the Baltic Mycologists and Lichenologists (BMLS) and Nordic Lichen Society (Nordisk Lichenologisk Förening, NLF) meeting on 19-23 September 2011. A list of 259 species is presented. Of these, 30 species are new to Lithuania. Arthonia helvola, Bacidina sulphurella, Candelariella lutella, Catillaria croatica, Cladonia conista, Gyalecta derivata, Lecanora quercicola, Leptosphaeria ramalinae, Strigula jamesii, Trichonectria rubefaciens, Verrucaria banatica, V. boblensis, V. christiansenii, V. illinoisensis, V. inornata, V. nigrofusca, V. trabicola, Zwackhiomyces diederichii were recorded for the first time in the Baltic countries. New lichens to Lithuania are as follows: Bacidia incompta, Caloplaca crenulatella, C. pyracea, Catinaria atropurpurea, Lecanora populicola, L. semipallida, Mycobilimbia epixanthoides, Ramalina dilacerata, Verrucaria inaspecta, and new lichenicolous fungi are: Cladosporium licheniphilum, Stigmidium microspilum, Xenonectriella leptalea. Eighteen species included in the Lithuanian Red Data Book were recorded, which is the highest number known for any studied area in Lithuania.