Lichens from Manor Parks in Minsk Region (Belarus)

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A total of 158 species of lichens, three lichenicolous and three non-lichenized saprobic fungi were identified in 27 old manor parks in Minsk region, Belarus. The number of lichen species per a manor park ranged from 28 to 76 species. Lichenized fungi were collected on eight substrate types, the highest number of epiphytic lichens (77 species) were found on Tilia cordata. Eight lichen species (Agonimia allobata, Anisomeridium polypori, Arthonia arthonioides, Biatoridium monasteriense, Psoroglaena dictyospora, Reichlingia leopoldii, Sclerop-hora farinacea, Sclerophora peronella) were reported for the first time from Belarus.

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