34445Guttová A. & Halda J.P. (2022): Dvojhlasne blahoželáme Zdeňkovi Palicemu k jeho päťdesiatym narodeninám [Dvojhlasně gratulujeme Zdeňkovi Palicemu k jeho padesátým narozeninám]. - Bryonora, 69: 56–72.
34367Halda J. (2022): Cryptodiscus foveolaris (Stictidaceae, Lecanoromycetes) z NPR Broumovské stěny. - Mykologické Listy, 151: 53‒56.
Cryptodiscus foveolaris je nově zaznamenaným druhem mykobioty ČR. V Evropě je známý pouze z několika lokalit. Od lichenizovaných druhů známých z ČR Ramonia interjecta a Cryp­ todiscus gloeocapsa se odlišuje stavbou plodnic a tvarem spor
34077Halda J. P., Woo J. J., Liu D., O, S. O., Joshi Y. & Hur J. S. (2022): Jejulea byssolomoides gen. et sp. nov., a Remarkable Pilocarpaceae (Lichen-Forming Ascomycetes) from Jeju Island, South Korea. - Mycobiology, 50: 172-180.
The new genus and species, Jejulea byssolomoides, is described from Jeju Island, Korea. This lichen is characterized by saxicolous, crustose, pale greenish-gray, partly finely filamentous, matt, smooth thallus, prominent convex brown to dark brown ascomata with a concolorous margin constricted at the dark brown base, 300-800 μm diameter, 200-250 μm high, without a distinct proper margin, adhering to the substratum ending in a minute byssoid white external part of cylindrical cells, fusiform 3-5 septate ascospores (17-23 x 4-5 μm). Phylogenetic analyses using ITS and mtSSU sequences place Jejulea in the Pilocarpaceae (Lecanorales). The new taxon is closely related to Byssoloma, a cosmopolitan group of foliicolous lichens, which is most diverse in the tropics. Like Byssoloma, Jejulea also forms a byssoid apothecial margin.: Pilocarpaceae, biodiversity, lichens, phylogeny, taxonomy, lichenicolous fungi, foliicolous lichens, records, ostropales, family, flora, Agriculture, Mycology
34526Rada P., Halda J.P., Holuša J., Maliňáková K. & Horák J. (2022): Urban fruit orchards: Biodiversity and management restoration effects in the context of land use. - Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 75: 127686.
Urban areas have increased greatly in recent decades, which has resulted in habitat loss. However, the promotion of urban green spaces could have a profound effect on biodiversity. Traditional fruit orchards are an important land-use type with the potential to host myriad organisms. Our goal was to determine the most important factors that influence orchard biodiversity in the million city of Prague (the capital of the Czech Republic). We used a multitaxon approach to evaluate the effect of orchard restoration in a landscape context. Restoration had a positive impact on species diversity, specifically, the diversity of orthopterans and butterflies. Moreover, landscape context determined the biodiversity of orthopterans, butterflies, and birds but not that of lichens. Our study underlines the importance of both the internal and external structures of traditional fruit orchards for species richness and composition. The results of our study support the restoration of traditional fruit orchards as a suitable management practice for promoting city biodiversity. Furthermore, orchard restoration can improve the attractiveness of suburban areas. Such areas often lack sufficient urban greening. Thus, restoration in these areas can also increase future recreational value. Landscape effect, Multitaxa, Species response, Traditional landscape management, Urban agroforestry
32939Joshi Y, Kumar P, Yadav AL, Suda N & Halda JP (2021): Distribution and diversity of lichenicolous fungi from western Himalayan Cold Deserts of India, including a new Zwackhiomyces species. - Sydowia, 73: 171–183.
The bare rock surfaces in cold deserts provide the most extreme environmental conditions for life on Earth where specialists with particular adaptations, such as bacteria, black yeasts, fungi, mosses, lichens and microalgae can colonize. Lichens growing in these harsh conditions also use to house symptomatic and asymptomatic fungi, which are generally termed as lichenicolous and endolichenic fungi, respectively. In the present study lichenicolous fungi associated with lichens of cold deserts of India (Leh- Ladakh and Lahaul Spiti) were investigated using lichen specimens obtained from CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute including herbaria of LWG, LWU and private herbaria of Dr. D.D. Awasthi (AWAS). The new species Zwackhiomyces lecideae, lichenicolous on Lecidea, is described in detail, and a list of 36 species (including one lichenicolous lichen, Sarcogyne sphaeros- pora, and one black meristematic fungus, Lichenothelia convexa, that is also a facultative lichenicolous fungus) belonging to 11 families (excluding genera of uncertain taxonomic positions) infecting 39 species of lichen hosts in the study site is presented. The discovery of a new species of Zwackhiomyces raises the tally of its members to 36 across the world and eight from India. alpine, astrobiology, diversity, Mars, lichens, lichensphere, secondary fungi, taxonomy.
33801Langbehn T., Hofmeister J., Svitok M., Mikoláš M., Matula R., Halda J., Svobodová K., Pouska V., Kameniar O., Kozák D., Bače R., Frankovič M. & Svoboda M. (2021): The impact of natural disturbance dynamics on lichen diversity and composition in primary mountain spruce forests. - Journal of Vegetation Science, 32:e13087.
Aim: Natural disturbances influence forest structure, successional dynamics and con- sequently, the distribution of species through time and space. We quantified the long- term impacts of natural disturbances on lichen species richness and composition in primary mountain forests, with a particular focus on the occurrence of endangered species. Location: Ten primary mountain spruce forest stands across five mountain chains of the Western Carpathians, a European hotspot of biodiversity. Methods: Living trees, snags and downed logs were surveyed for epiphytic and epix- ylic lichens in 57 plots. Using reconstructed disturbance history, we tested how lichen species richness and composition was affected by the current forest structure and disturbance regimes in the past 250 years. We also examined differences in commu- nity composition among discrete microhabitats. Results: Dead standing trees as biological legacies of natural disturbances promoted lichen species richness and the occurrence of threatened species at the plot scale, suggesting improved growing conditions for rare and common lichens during the early stages of recovery post disturbance. However, high-severity disturbances com- promised plot-scale species richness. Both species richness and the number of old- growth specialists increased with time since disturbance (i.e., long-term uninterrupted succession). No lichen species was strictly dependent on live trees as a habitat, but numerous species showed specificity to logs, standing objects or an admixture of tree species. Conclusions: Lichen species richness was lower in regenerating, young and uniform plots compared with overmature and recently disturbed areas. Natural forest dynamics and its legacies are critical to the diversity and species composition of lichens. Spatio- temporal consequences of natural dynamics require a sufficient area of protected forests for provisioning continual habitat variability at the landscape scale. Ongoing climatic changes may further accentuate this necessity. Hence, we highlighted the need to protect the last remaining primary forests to ensure the survival of regionally unique species pools of lichens deadwood, dendrochronology, forest continuity, Ips typographus, lichenised fungi, mixed- severity disturbance regime, Picea abies, Western Carpathians
32451Halda J.P., Janeček V.P. & Horák J. (2020): Important part of urban biodiversity: Lichens in cemeteries are influenced by the settlement hierarchy and substrate quality. - Urban Forestry & Urban Greening , 53 (2020) 126742.
Cities, towns and villages are important places with almost specific greening in comparison with open landscapes. Cemeteries are one of the most common land-use types in Central European settlements; however, they are still rather marginal regarding their total extent. In this study, we focused on the diversity of lichens in these important artificial habitats. Our study was done in the Czech Republic and we analyzed 164 substrates (trees and gravestones) in 19 cemeteries located in a city, a town and in villages between them. Our results reveal that the majority of 65 species of lichens were rock-dwellers, preferring silicate substrates. Notably, ten species were red-listed. We found greater species richness in the town cemeteries, followed by village cemeteries, with those in the city most species-poor. Gravestones hosted a significantly higher number of lichen species than did trees. For tree-associated species, broadleaf species supported greater lichen species richness than did conifers. For rock-dwelling species, sandstone gravestones supported greatest lichen species richness, while those of concrete hosted the fewest species. The results of this study indicate that cemeteries are important habitats for lichen diversity in human settlements. Cemeteries hosted a diverse community of lichens, including a number of threatened species. Even though trees were not as species rich as gravestones, they did support a different community of lichens in these cemeteries, suggesting that trees, particularly broadleaf species, provide important habitat in cemeteries to support a diverse lichen community. Planting of broadleaf trees and especially the retention and management of existing trees appears to be one of the most important management considerations for cemeteries to support diverse lichen communities
3251Halda J.P., Oh S.-O., Liu D., Lee B.G., Kondratyuk S.Y., Lőkös L., Park J.-S., Woo J.-J. & Hur J.-S. (2020): Two New Lichen Species, Thelopsis ullungdoensis and Phylloblastia gyeongsangbukensis from Korea. - Mycobiology, 2020: 1–7.
Two new species, Thelopsis ullungdoensis and Phylloblastia gyeongsangbukensis are described from Ullung-Do (Island), South Korea. The closest relatives from Europe and Korea are epi- phytic Thelopsis flaveola which differs by their immersed or semi-immersed yellow ascomata, ascospores without halo and their habitat of smooth bark (mainly Fagus) in humid and cold climates. Thelopsis gangwondoensis differs by its bigger semi-immersed ascomata (600–700mm in diam.), oblong halonate ascospores (8–126–8mm) and its habitat of smooth bark of deciduous trees. P. gyeongsangbukensis differs from its relatives within the genus in having 5-septate ascospores (22–266–8mm), semi-immersed, subglobose asco- mata with a flattened top (250–400 mm) and a thin, matt, uneven gray-brown to gray-green continuous thallus without isidia
33046Kučera J., Bureš L., Halda J.P., Koval Š., Mikulášková E. & Plášek V. (2020): Vzpomínky na Magdu Zmrhalovou. - Bryonora, 66: 74–87.
34709Zmrhalová M. & Halda J. P. (2020): Vycházka za lišejníky a mechorosty do pohoří Králického Sněžníku [Lichenological and bryological fild trip to the Králický Sněžník Mts.]. - Zprávy Moravskoslezské pobočky ČBS, 9: 20-23.
Lichens and bryophytes on Puchača saddle, Hraniční skály rocks and Malý Sněžník Mt in the Králický Sněžník Mts (NE Bohemia, Czech Republic) were surveyed during a one-day field trip on 18 May 2019. Arctic-alpine lichens Alectoria ochroleuca, Brodoa intestiniformis, Ophioparma ventosa and Sphaerophorus fragilis were noticed on Hraniční skály rocks. Mainly common forest bryophytes and no red listed species except for Dicranum bonjeanii were found. Arctic-alpine species, bryophytes, Czech Republic, lichens
4752Bouda F., Syrovátková L., Halda J.P., Malíček J., Palice Z. & Vondrák J. (2019): Lišejníky zaznamenané béhem 26. jarního setkání bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS ve Zlatohorské vrchovině a v Jeseníkách v dubnu 2019. [Lichens recorded during the 26th Spring Meeting of the Bryological and Lichenological Section of the CBS in the Zlatohorská vrchovina hills and the Jeseníky Mts (Silesia), April 2019] . - Bryonora, 64: 1–20.
We present a list of 242 lichenized and two non-lichenized fungi recorded in the Jeseníky Protected Landscape Area and the Zlatohorská vrchovina hills in April 2019 during the 26th Spring Meeting of the Bryological and Lichenological Section of the Czech Botanical Society. We have explored lichen communities in the subalpine belt of the Hrubý Jeseník Mts, such as acidic gneiss rocks with Calvittmela armeniaca, Lecanora Jlavoleprosa, Miriquidica griseoatra, Ochrolechia frigida,Rhizocarpon badioatram, Sphaerophorus Jragilis and calcareous schists with Agonimia gelatinosa, Belonia russula, Eiglera flavida, Gyalecta sudetica, Henrica melaspora, Leucocarpia biatorella and Thelopsis melathelia. Iron-Cetrariarich outcrops with Lecanora handelii and Myriospora tangerina were rarely encountered. A random search in initial terricolous ciyptogamic communities on the wet, sandy road embankment yielded Ainoa mooreana and Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella. Our floristic research was focused on montane old-growth spruce forests with Calicium trabinellum, Chaenotheca sphaerocephala, Japewia subaurifera, Micarea nowakii, Mycoblastus affinis, M. alpinus and Xylographa pollens,and boulder screes and fragments of a relict pine forest with Cetraria commit, Cladonia amaurocraea, C. asahinae, Clauzadeana macula, Hertelidea botryosa, Hypocenomyce friesii and Lecidea commaculans. Additionally, we visited an area of ore mine spoil with Atla wheldonii, acid saxenii, Cladonia humbles, Thelocarpon impressellum and Vezdaea retigera, and an old deciduous alley in the village Rejvíz with less common epiphytes such as Caloplaca monacensis, Ochrolechia arborea, Parmellia serrana, P. submontane, Ramalina fastigiata and Xanthomendoza huculica. Biodiversity, calcareous schist, saxicolous lichens, old-growth spruce forest
31776Guttová A., Halda J.P. & Palice Z. (2019): Lišajníky Muránskej planiny V. - Bull. Slov. Bol. Spoločn., 41(2): 159–186.
We present occurrences of 94 lichen species recorded during our field work in va­ rious sites of the National park Muránska planina and we comment on noteworthy findings. The following 25 species have not been reported from Muránska planina so far: Acrocordia cono­ idea, Anema decipiens, Arthonia leucopellaea, Bacidia laurocerasi, Biatorella hemisphaerica. Calidum viride, Cladonia norvegica, Farnoldia hypocrita, Hymenelia epulotica, Lecanactis abietina, Lecanora albella, Leptogium turgidum, Mycobilimbia hypnorum, Oxneria huculica, Parabagliettoa cyanea, Peltigera elisabethae, P. lepidophora, P. neopolydactyla, Pertusaria ophthalmiza, Polyblastia albida, Pycnora leucococca, Ramalina capitata, Rinodina conra- dii, Solorina spongiosa and Thelopsis flaveola. Several species are currently rarely recorded in Slovakia, due to their peculiar requirements for biotope and climatic forest conditions, e. g. the epiphytes Alectoria sarmentosa, Arthonia leucopellaea, Cladonia norvegica, Gyalecta truncigena, Lecanactis abietina, Leptogium Saturninum, L. hildenbrandii, Menegazzia terebrata, Mycoblastus sanguinarius. Nephroma parile, Parmeliella triptophylla, Protopannaria pezizoides, Sclerophora pallida, Strigula stigmatella, Thelopsisflaveola, T. rubella and Thelotrema lepadinum. Suitable humidity as well as presence o f wood in forests support the occurrence o f species significantly lin­ ked to these kind of substrates, e. g. Cladonia botrytes, Icmadophila ericetorum, Multiclavula mu­ cida or Xylographa parallela. Out of epipetric species, we recorded several phytogeographically interesting elements, such as Dirina stenhammari and Thelopsis lojkana. Interesting epibryophytic records are those of Biatorella hemisphaerica and Normandina acroglypta. lichens, diversity, the Western Carpathians
30384Halda J.P. (2019): Lišejníky v PR Krkanka v CHKO Železné hory [Lichens of the protected area Krkanka, Protected Landscape Area Železné hory, East Bohemia] . - Vč. sb. přír. – Práce a studie, 25 (2019): 1-22.
Přírodní rezervace Krkanka v Železných horách patří z hlediska lišejníků mezi nejcennější chráněná území v ČR. Dosud jsou zde patrné zachovalé fragmenty původních doubrav, kde byly zjištěny ohrožené epifytické lišejníky. Na balvanech v korytě Chrudimky rostou vzácné saxikolní sladkovodní lišejníky. Celkem bylo v rezervaci zjištěno 162 druhů lišejníků včetně kriticky ohroženého Thelopsis rubella, 11 ohrožených (Acrocordia gemmata, Arthonia atra, Chaenotheca chlo- rella, Enterographa hutchinsiae, Flavoparmelia caperata, Normandina pulchella, Peltigera polydactylon, Porina leptalea, Pyrenula nitida, Staurothele fissa, Trapelia corticola), 21 zranitelných (Arthonia radiata, A. ruana, Bacidia rubella, B. subin- compta, Bacidina inundata, Biatora efflorescens, Bryoria fuscescens, Calicium pina- stri, C. salicinum, Dermatocarpon luridum, Graphis scripta, Imshaugia aleurites, Micarea lutulata, Opegrapha vermicellifera, Pertusaria leioplaca, Porina lectissima, Ramalina farinacea, Verrucaria aethiobola, V. funckii, V. hydrela, V. praetermissa) a 6 druhů zasluhujících pozornost (Agonimia allobata, A. globulifera, Dendrographa decolorans, Lecanora phaeostigma, Porocyphus coccodes a Rinodina fimbriata). V rezervaci převažují epifytické lišejníky (83 druhů), skalních lišejníků je z důvodu kyselého nerostného podloží méně (46 druhů). Rezervaci nejvíce poškozuje eroze způsobená zvěří. Proto se zde téměř nenajdeme terikolní dutohlávky s keříčkovitou stélkou, kterým disturbance škodí nejvíce. epifytické lišejníky, doubravy, žulové skály, diverzita lišejníků Keywords: epiphytic lichens, oak wood, granite rocks, lichen diversity
30000Horák J., Brestovanská T., Mladenović S., Kout J., Bogusch P., Halda J.P. & Zasadil P. (2019): Green desert?: Biodiversity patterns in forest plantations. - Forest Ecology and Management, 433: 343–348.
Forest plantations represent a globally important land use, and their growth is expected to triple by the end of the century. Therefore, they could represent an important habitat remnant to support the survival of species. We measured the impact of forest plantations on biodiversity with a focus on eight groups of biota including sa- proxylic and ground mycorrhizal fungi, lichens, herbs together with shrubs, tree seedlings, aculeate hyme- nopterans, beetles and birds, in patches with formerly continuous vegetation dominated by native oak and in patches in spruce plantations (reflecting spatiotemporal discontinuity) in the East-Bohemian woodlands of the Czech Republic. We found that species richness and numbers of obligate species were higher in native than in nonnative forests, but there was no significant difference in red-listed species. Nevertheless, the species of three of the eight studied groups profited from increasing proportion of spruce in the tree composition; only beetles and birds were negatively affected. The results revealed more highly contrasting and often complex responses among the groups than what might be expected theoretically. The first key issue in the management of plantation forests in terms of biodiversity is the partial retention and restoration of islands of native vegetation. The second issue is that the impact of a nonnative tree species is not always negative. Biological desert, Forest management, Native vegetation, Multi-taxa approach, Nonnative tree, Threatened species
30480Horák J., Materna J., Halda J.P., Mladenović S., Bogusch P. & Pech P. (2019): Biodiversity in remnants of natural mountain forests under conservation-oriented management. - Scientific Reports , 9: 1-10.
The structure of forests is an important stabilizing factor regarding ongoing global climate and land use change. Biodiverse mountain forests with natural structure are one of the ecosystems most endangered by these problems. We focused on the mountain forest islands of European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and their role in the natural distribution of organisms. The study area was situated in the oldest Czech national park, Krkonoše (385 km2), which is the highest mountain ridge in the country. We studied multi-taxa (lichens, beetles and hymenopterans) responses to three hierarchical spatial levels of the environment: the topography was described by the elevation gradient; the patch structure was described by canopy openness, dead wood amounts, and Norway spruce (Picea abies) cover; and the tree level was described by species of the sampled tree and its diameter. Lichens preferred higher elevations, while insect groups responded conversely. Furthermore, insect groups were mainly influenced by the inner patch structure of beech islands. Lichens may be jeopardized due to the predicted future increase in temperatures, since they would need to shift toward higher altitudes. Insects may be mainly threatened in the future by land use changes (i.e., forest management) – as indicated by an interconnection of canopy openness and the amount of dead wood.
31713Kondratyuk S., Lőkös L., Farkas E., Jang S.-H., Liu D., Halda J., Persson P.-E., Hansson M., Kärnefelt I., Thell A. & Hur J.-S. (2019): Three new genera of the [sic!] Ramalinaceae (lichen-forming Ascomycota) and the phenomenon of presence of ‘extraneous mycobiont DNA’ in lichen associations. - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 61: 275–323.
Three new genera Coppinsidea, Vandenboomia and Wolseleyidea are described and the genera Ivanpisutia, Lecaniella and Myrionora are resurrected on the basis of a phylogenetic analysis of multi-locus sequence data of the Ramalinaceae including the nuclear protein-coding marker rpb2, the internal transcribed spacer and a fragment of the small mitochondrial subunit. The genus Hertelidea was positioned within the Ramalina clade of the phylogenetic tree of the Ramalinaceae. Bacidia sipmanii, Phyllopsora chlorophaea, P. castaneocincta and Ramalina subbreviuscula were recorded from South Korea for the first time here confirming by molecular data, too. Forty-eight new combinations are proposed: Bacidia alnetorum (basionym: Biatora alnetorum S. Ekman et Tønsberg), Biatora amazonica (basionym: Phyllopsora amazonica Kistenich et Timdal), Biatora cuyabensis (basionym: Lecidea cuyabensis Malme), Biatora halei (basionym: Pannaria halei Tuck.), Biatora kalbii (basionym: Phyllopsora kalbii Brako), Biatora subhispidula (basionym: Psoroma subhispidulum Nyl.), Coppinsidea alba (basionym: Catillaria alba Coppins et Vězda), Coppinsidea aphana (basionym: Lecidea aphana Nyl.), Coppinsidea croatica (basionym: Catillaria croatica Zahlbr.), Coppinsidea fuscoviridis (basionym: Bilimbia fuscoviridis Anzi), Coppinsidea pallens (basionym: Bilimbia pallens Kullh.), Coppinsidea ropalosporoides (basionym: Gyalidea ropalosporoides S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur), Coppinsidea scotinodes (basionym: Lecidea scotinodes Nyl.), Coppinsidea sphaerella (basionym: Lecidea sphaerella Hedl.), Ivanpisutia hypophaea (basionym: Biatora hypophaea Printzen et Tønsberg), Ivanpisutia ocelliformis (basionym: Lecidea ocelliformis Nyl.), Lecaniella belgica (basionym: Lecania belgica van den Boom et Reese Naesb.), Lecaniella cyrtellina (basionym: Lecanora cyrtellina Nyl.), Lecaniella dubitans (basionym: Lecidea dubitans Nyl.), Lecaniella erysibe (basionym: Lichen erysibe Ach.), Lecaniella hutchinsiae (basionym: Lecanora hutchinsiae Nyl.), Lecaniella naegelii (basionym: Biatora naegelii Hepp), Lecaniella prasinoides (basionym: Lecania prasinoides Elenkin), Lecaniella sylvestris (basionym: Biatora sylvestris Arnold), Lecaniella tenera (basionym: Scoliciosporum tenerum Lönnr.), Mycobilimbia albohyalina (basionym: Lecidea anomala f. albohyalina Nyl.), Mycobilimbia cinchonarum (basionym: Triclinum cinchonarum Fée), Mycobilimbia concinna (basionym: Phyllopsora concinna Kistenich et Timdal), Mycobilimbia ramea (basionym: Bacidina ramea S. Ekman), Mycobilimbia siamensis (basionym: Phyllopsora siamensis Kistenich et Timdal), Myrionora australis (basionym: Biatora australis Rodr. Flakus et Printzen), Myrionora ementiens (basionym: Lecidea ementiens Nyl.), Myrionora flavopunctata (basionym: Lecanora flavopunctata Tønsberg), Myrionora globulosa (basionym: Lecidea globulosa Flörke), Myrionora hemipolia (basionym: Lecidea arceutina f. hemipolia Nyl.), Myrionora lignimollis (basionym: Biatora ligni-mollis T. Sprib. et Printzen), Myrionora malcolmii (basionym: Phyllopsora malcolmii Vězda et Kalb), Myrionora vacciniicola (basionym: Lecidea vacciniicola Tønsberg), Phyllopsora agonimioides (basionym: Coenogonium agonimioides J. P. Halda, S.-O. Oh et J.-S. Hur), Phyllopsora sunchonensis (basionym: Agonimia sunchonensis S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur), Vandenboomia chlorotiza (basionym: Lecidea chlorotiza Nyl.), Vandenboomia falcata (basionym: Lecania falcata van den Boom, M. Brand, Coppins, Magain et Sérus.), Wolseleyidea africana (basionym: Phyllopsora africana Timdal et Krog), Wolseleyidea byssiseda (basionym: Lecidea byssiseda Nyl. ex Hue), Wolseleyidea canoumbrina (basionym: Lecidea canoumbrina Vain.), Wolseleyidea furfurella (basionym: Phyllopsora furfurella Kistenich et Timdal), Wolseleyidea ochroxantha (basionym: Lecidea ochroxantha Nyl.), and Wolseleyidea swinscowii (basionym: Phyllopsora swinscowii Timdal et Krog). The combination Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer et Printzen is validated here. The new names Biatora vezdana for Lecania furfuracea Vĕzda and Coppinsidea vainioana for Lecidea sphaeroidiza Vain. are proposed. The phenomenon of presence of ‘extraneous mycobiont DNA’ in lichen association, i.e. DNA, belonging neither to mycobiont nor photobiont or to endophytic fungi is for the first time illustrated. So the presence of nrITS and mtSSU sequences of crustose lichen Coppinsidea ropalosporoides in thalli of crustose Verrucaria margacea and foliose Kashiwadia orientalis, as well as nrITS of Phyllopsora sp. KoLRI in Agonimia pacifica and Biatora longispora, or nrITS and mtSSU of Biatora longispora in thalli of Agonimia pacifica, Oxneriopsis oxneri and Pyxine limbulata, Ivanpisutia oxneri in thalli of Rinodina xanthophaea, etc. is documented. Scarce cases of presence of ‘extraneous mycobiont DNA’ in representatives of the Teloschistaceae, Physciaceae known from literature data are discussed, too. Key words: Agonimia, Bacidia, Biatora, Coppinsidea, Ivanpisutia, Lecania, Lecaniella, Mycobilimbia, Myrionora, Phyllopsora, phylogeny, taxonomy, Vandenboomia, Wolseleyidea.
31714Kondratyuk S., Lőkös L., Farkas E., Jang S.-H., Liu D., Halda J., Persson P.-E., Hansson M., Kärnefelt I., Thell A., Fačkovcová Z., Yamamoto Y. & Hur J.-S. (2019): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 9. - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 61: 325–367.
The new for science genus Loekoeslaszloa S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, confirmed by three gene phylogeny of the subfamily Teloschistoideae of the Teloschistaceae based on nrITS, nrLSU and mtSSU sequences, and ten new to science species from Eastern Asia, i.e. from South Korea: Bacidina loekoesiana S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Fauriea jejuensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Gyalecta ulleungdoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Loekoeslaszloa huriana S. Y. Kondr., Orientophila dodongana S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, O. imjadoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, O. incheonensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Oxneriopsis taehaensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Yoshimuria ivanpisutiana S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur and Y. seokpoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur are described, illustrated and compared with closely related taxa. Molecular data for the recently described species Flavoplaca laszloana are for the first time provided. Position of Tassiloa magellanica in the subfamily Teloschistoideae as well as Yoshimuria stipitata in the Ikaerioideae ad int. is for the first time illustrated. An identification key to Fauriea species (including six species, i.e.: F. chujaensis, F. jejuensis, F. orientochinensis, F. patwolseleyae, F. tabidella and F. yonaguniensis), a key to Orientophila species of the Eastern Asian region (of the Orientophila loekoesii and the O. diffluens groups), and a key to Yoshimuria and Loekoeslaszloa species of the Eastern Asian region (including four species, i.e.: Y. galbina, Y. ivanpisutiana, Y. seokpoensis, and Y. spodoplaca, as well as Loekoeslaszloa geumohdoensis and L. huriana) are presented. Seven new combinations, i.e. Fauriea patwolseleyae (basionym: Caloplaca patwolseleyae S. Y. Kondr., U. Jayalal et J.-S. Hur), Fauriea tabidella (basionym: Lecanora tabidella Nyl.), Loekoeslaszloa geumohdoensis (basionym: Mikhtomia geumohdoensis S. Y. Kondr., D. Liu et Hur), Niesslia coarctatae (basionym: Stigmidium coarctatae S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur), Opeltia epiphyta (basionym: Caloplaca epiphyta Lynge), Tassiloa magellanica (basionym: Caloplaca magellanica Søchting et Sancho) and Yoshimuria stipitata (basionym: Caloplaca stipitata Wetmore) are proposed. Yoshimuria galbina and Lecanora ussuriensis are for the first time recorded from Japan. Key words: Bacidina, Fauriea, Gyalecta, Loekoeslaszloa, new clade, new species, Niesslia, Orientophila, Oxneriopsis, taxonomy, Yoshimuria.
32076Kondratyuk S., Lőkös L., Halda J., Lee B.G., Jang S.-H.,Woo J.-J., Park J.S., Oh S.-O., Han S.-K. & Hur J.-S. (2019): Arthonia dokdoensis and Rufoplaca toktoana – two new taxa from Dokdo Islands (South Korea). - Mycobiology, 47(4): 355–367.
Arthonia dokdoensis sp. nov., a lichenicolous fungus from the subcosmopolitan Arthonia molendoi complex growing on crustose thalli of species of the genus Orientophila (subfamily Xanthorioideae, Teloschistaceae), as well as the lichen species Rufoplaca toktoana sp. nov. (subfamily Caloplacoideae, Teloschistaceae) similar to Rufoplaca kaernefeltiana, both from Dokdo Islands, Republic of Korea, are described, illustrated, and compared with closely related taxa. In the phylogenetic tree of the Arthoniaceae based on 12S mtSSU and RPB2 gene sequences, the phylogenetic position of the A. dokdoensis and the relationship with the A. molendoi group are illustrated, while the position of the newly described R. toktoana is confirmed by phylogenetic tree based on ITS nrDNA data. Keywords: New species; Orientophila; phylogenetic analysis; taxonomy.
31036Kondratyuk S.Y., Halda J.P., Lőkös L., Yamamoto Y., Popova L.P. & Hur J.-S. (2019): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 8. - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 61: 101–135.
Six new for science species of lichen-forming fungi from Republic of Korea, Eastern Asia, i. e.: Bacidina jasonhuri J. P. Halda, S. Y. Kondr. et L. Lőkös, Gyalidea koreana J. P. Halda, S. Y. Kondr. L. Lőkös et Hur, G. pisutii J. P. Halda, S. Y. Kondr. L. Lőkös et Hur, G. poeltii S. Y. Kondr. L. Lőkös, J. P. Halda et Hur, G. Vězdae S. Y. Kondr. L. Lőkös, J. P. Halda et Hur, and Porpidia ulleungdoensis S. Y. Kond. L. Lőkös et J. P. Halda, as well as two new species from Japan (Fauriea yonaguniensis S. Y. Kondr. M. Moriguchi et Yoshik. Yamam. and Laundonia ryukyuensis S. Y. Kondr. M. Moriguchi et Yoshik. Yamam.), and one new species Lecanora orlovii S. Y. Kondr. et L. Lőkös from Ukraine are described, illustrated and compared with closely related taxa. Keywords: Bacidina, Fauriea, Gyalidea, Japan, Laundonia, Lecanora, new species, Porpidia, South Korea, Ukraine.
29422Liu D., Kondratyuk S.Y., Lőkös L., Halda J.P., Jeong M.-H., Park J.-S., Woo J.-J. & Hur J.-S. (2019): Two New Corticolous Buellioid Species from South Korea. - Mycobiology, 2019:1-11.
Several buellioid specimens were collected from South Korea during field surveys and two new species are described based on morphology, chemistry, and molecular phylogeny. Buellia boseongensis sp. nov. is similar to B. polyspora but differs in having a UVþorange thallus and cryptolecanorine apothecia. Sculptolumina coreana sp. nov., resembles S. japonica, but differs in having a smooth entire continuous thallus, which reacts K–, a narrower excipulum, thicker epihymenium, narrower subhymenium, and in containing sec- ondary metabolites other than flavo-obscurin and myeloconone. A key to the buellioid lichens reported from Korea is also presented
29216Halda J., Bouda F., Malíček J., Palice Z., Svoboda D. & Vondrák J. (2018): Přírodní rezervace Černý důl – miniaturní relikt bukového pralesa v Orlických horách. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 25(1–2): 237–252.
16869Halda J., Zmrhalová M. & Bureš L. (2018): Fenomén Velká kotlina 4. Lišejníky a mechorosty. - Živa, 4/2018: 167-171.
Velká kotlina v Hrubém Jeseníku patří k lichenologicky a bryologicky nej- atraktivnějším územím České republiky. Z Velké kotliny byly uváděny vzácné a zajímavé druhy lišejníků a mechorostů již v první polovině 19. stol. Zatímco pro zde rostoucí cévnaté rostliny byly už ve 20. stol. publikovány souborné seznamy, uváděny celkové počty druhů a hledány příčiny druhového bohatství, místní lišejníková a mechová flóra je systematicky zkoumána až od počátku 21. stol. Při hledání příčin bryologické a lichenologické unikátnosti Velké kotli- ny jsou odhalovány nové souvislosti, z nichž se mnohé ve florule cévnatých rost- lin tak nápadně neprojevují. Že jde především o ekologické vazby na různo- rodé horniny, půdní a hydrologické poměry, jakož i působení sněhu a lavin, je zřejmé (viz také Živa 2018, 1–3).
29231Horák J., Pavlíček J., Kout J. & Halda J.P. (2018): Winners and losers in the wilderness: response of biodiversity to the abandonment of ancient forest pastures. - Biodiversity and Conservation, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-018-1585-z.
Large areas of formerly oak-dominated woodlands are currently managed for timber prod- ucts, and if they are used in a conservation-oriented way, they are often abandoned and left to become wilderness. We focused on the situation when an oak woodland is still partly managed as an ancient game park and partly abandoned as a nature conservation amend- ment. We studied this effect using a multi-taxa approach with lichens, fungi and beetles and investigated their response to the changing patterns in canopy openness, dead wood distribution and host tree conditions. The study was done in the Hradec Králové region of the Czech Republic. We found that the maintenance of canopy openness, as determined by management, was the primary driver influencing species composition. Canopy closure led to homogenization of the beetle and lichen communities and the loss of species. Fungi were mainly driven by the amount of dead wood, and abandonment favored their species richness. The creation of a new wilderness was only profitable for fungi, and the mainte- nance of canopy openness was an important driver for most of the studied taxa (i.e., biodi- versity maintenance). Canopy openness and the presence of veteran trees could be used as an indicator of a management history that helps conserve biodiversity. Appropriate condi- tions for all taxa studied could be fulfilled using wood pasturing or game keeping in combi- nation with dead tree retention. Canopy openness, Dead wood, Veteran trees, Epiphytic lichens, Wood-inhabiting fungi, Saproxylic beetles
29049Kondratyuk S.Y., Lőkös L., Halda J.P., Farkas E., Upreti D.K., Thell A., Woo J.-J., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2018): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 7. - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 60(1–2): 115–184.
Nineteen new to science species of lichen forming fungi, i.e.: Agonimia ascendens S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, A. sunchonensis S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, A. yongsangensis S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Biatora loekoesiana S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Caloplaca ivanpisutii S. Y. Kond., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Candelariella makarevichiae S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Huriella pohangensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, H. salyangiana S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Hyper- physcia oxneri S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Nectriopsis gangwondoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Porina ulleungdoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös, J. Halda et J.-S. Hur, Psoroglaena gang- wondoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös, J.-J. Woo et J.-S. Hur, Pyrenopsis cavernicola S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Rhizocarpon sunchonense S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Rufoplaca ulleungensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Sarcogyne ulleungdoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Skyttea bumyoungsungii S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Thelopsis gangwondoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös, J.-J. Woo et J.-S. Hur, Topelia loekoesiana S. Y. Kondr., J.-J. Woo et J.-S. Hur, all from South Korea, as well as Gallowayella awasthiana S. Y. Kondr. et D. K. Upreti from India and Franwilsia skottsbergii S. Y. Kondr., A. Thell, S.-O. Oh et J.-S. Hur from Chile are described, illustrated and compared with closely related taxa. A key to Agonimia species known from Eastern Asia is also included. Lecanora helicopis is recorded for Korea for the first time, as well as a number of new to Jeju-do Island species (i.e.: Agonimia loekoesii, Biatora pseudosambuci, Buellia extremoorientalis, and Ivanpisutia oxneri) are recorded. Additional data on conidiomata and morphological characters of thallus and apothecia and illustrations as well as data on newly located iso- type specimens recently described from Canary Islands, Spain Fominiella tenerifensis are provided.
1393Kučera J. & Halda J. (2018): Nejprobádanější, nebo neznámé? Krkonoše z pohledu mechorostů a lišejníků. - Živa, 2/2018: 66-70.
Západní část Vysokých Sudet, kam jsou Krkonoše z hlediska geomorfologického řazeny, patří mezi přírodovědně nejprobádanější území v Evropě. Přestože mechorosty a lišejníky pro svou nenápadnost začaly být ve větší míře studovány až začátkem 19. stol., první písemná zmínka o nich pochází od Tadeáše Haenkeho z konce 18. stol. (1791). Tento všestranný přírodovědec a cestovatel společ- ně s dalšími členy Královské české společnosti nauk realizoval v r. 1786 expedici do Krkonoš. Putovali přes Černou horu na Luční boudu a Sněžku, do Obřího dolu, prozkoumali Sněžné jámy a vrátili se Labským dolem do Vrchlabí. Na své cestě zaznamenávali zejména cévnaté rostliny, ale neopomněli ani nápadnější mechorosty a lišejníky. Zmíněna je tak řada velkých lesních druhů mechů jako rokytník skvělý (Hylocomium splendens), kostrbatec řemenatý (Rhytidiadelphus loreus), pérovec hřebenitý (Ptilium crista-castrensis), z lišejníků pak mnoho druhů dutohlávek (Cladonia spp.), pukléřka islandská (Cetraria islandica) nebo mapovník zeměpisný (Rhizocarpon geographicum). Také ale několik pozoruhodných druhů, jež bychom v dnešní době označili jako glaciální relikty – z mechů poparka třířadá (Meesia triquetra), z lišejníků pukléřka sněžná (Flavocetraria nivalis), krevnatec věterní (Ophioparma ventosa) nebo paličkovec křehký (Sphaerophorus fragilis)
29170Lee B.G., Kondratyuk S.Y., Halda J.P., Lőkös L., Wang H.-Y., Jeong M.H., Han S., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2018): Three new species of lichenized fungi from Qinghai Province, China. - Mycotaxon, 133(1): 113–125.
Three new species of lichenized fungi—Calogaya qinghaiensis, Caloplaca zeorina,Verrucaria eminens—are described from Qinghai province, China, and compared with closely related species. Key words—biodiversity, Teloschistaceae, Verrucariaceae, taxonomy.
29171Liu D., Halda J.P., Oh S.-O., Park C.-H. & Hur J.-S. (2018): New records of pyrenocarpous lichens from Jeju Island, South Korea. - Mycotaxon, 133(1): 127–139.
Based on the morphological study of specimens collected from Jeju Island, ten pyrenocarpous lichen-forming fungi are reported for the first time from South Korea: Agonimia globulifera, A. repleta, Anisomeridium japonicum, A. robustum, Anthracothecium macrosporum, Psoroglaena japonica, Strigula aquatica, Thelidium japonicum, T. pluvium, and T. radiatum. Technical morphological descriptions and photographs of the Korean specimens are presented with the ecology and distribution for each species. Key words—Monoblastiaceae, Pyrenulaceae, Strigulaceae, taxonomy, Verrucariaceae.
29191Halda J. (2017): Lišejníky ledovcového karu Velká kotlina v Hrubém Jeseníku [Lichens of the Velká kotlina glacial cirque in the Hrubý Jeseník Mts. (Grossen Kessel, Hohe Gesenke)]. - Acta musei richnoviensis, sect. natur, 24(1–2): 7–52.
Vlastním průzkumem a excerpcí literárních zdrojů bylo ve Velké kotlině zjištěno 233 druhů lišejníků a 3 druhy lichenikolních hub. Recentně byly potvrzeny dlouho neověřené Cladonia decorticata, Gyalecta kukriensis a Porina mammilosa. Zaznamenáno bylo několik kriticky ohrožených druhů (Collema glebulentum, Peltigera leucophlebia, P. malacea, P. venosa, Protopannaria pezizoides a Thelopsis melathelia). Nově byly v kotlině nalezeny např. Bacidina phacodes, Henrica melaspora, Peltigera lepidophora, P. polydactylon, Polyblastia peminosa, Porina grandis, Porocyphus coccodes, Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella, Solorina saccata, Staurothele fissa, Verrucaria dolosa, V. margacea. Přesně byly lokalizovány lokality s výskytem bazifilních druhů. Druhy Collemopsidium angermannicum, Rinodina fimbriata a Sporodictyon terrestre jsou pro ČR nové. Dalším přírůstkem červeného seznamu lišejníků a novým druhem pro ČR je mikrolišejník Atla alpina rostoucí na skalce pod Vřesovou studánkou na Červené hoře v Jeseníkách. 233 species of lichens and 3 lichenicolous fungi were found in the Velká kotlina glacial cirque by research and excerption of the published data. Recently, unverified Cladonia decorticata, Gyalecta kukriensis and Porina mammilosa were confirmed. Several critically endangered species (Collema glebulentum, Peltigera leucophlebia, P. malacea, P. venosa, Protopannaria pezizoides and Thelopsis melathelia) were recorded. Also more noteworthy lichens Bacidina phacodes, Henrica melaspora, Peltigera lepidophora, P. polydactylon, Polyblastia peminosa, Porina grandis, Porocyphus coccodes, Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella, Solorina saccata, Staurothele fissa, Verrucaria dolosa, V. margacea were collected. Localities with the occurrence of calciphilous species were precisely located. Lichens Collemopsidium angermannicum, Rinodina fimbriata and Sporodictyon terrestre are new to the Czech Republic. Another contribution to the red list of lichens of the Czech Republic is the microlichen Atla alpina growing on the rock under Vřesová studánka on Červená hora in the Jeseníky Mts. It is also new lichen species to the Czech Republic
28194Halda J.P., Kocourková J., Lenzová V., Malíček J., Müller A., Palice Z., Uhlík P. & Vondrák J. (2017): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 22. jarního setkání bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS v Moravském krasu v dubnu 2015. [Lichens recorded during the 22th spring meeting of the Bryological and lichenological section of the CBS in the Moravian Karst (Czech Republic), April 2015]. - Bryonora, 59: 1–23.
A list of 297 lichen species and non-lichenized or lichenicolous fungi recorded in the Moravian Karst region in April 2015 during the 22th spring meeting of the Bryological and lichenological section of the Czech Botanical Society is presented. Remarkable endangered lichens were found: Anaptychia ciliaris, Arthonia byssacea, A. calcicola, Bacidia arceutina, B. auerswaldii, B. vermifera, Biatora albohyalina, Caloplaca biatorina, C. lucifuga, Candelariella reflexa s. str., Catillaria minuta, Chaenotheca hispidula, C. chlorella, Dirina stenhammari, Gyalecta geoica, Lecania cuprea, L. sylvestris, Lecanora intumescens, Lecidea strasseri, Lemmopsis arnoldiana, Lepraria diffusa, Leptogium subtile, Mycobilimbia tetramera, Parabagliettoa cyanea, Phaeophyscia hirsuta, Placynthium subradiatum, Polychidium muscicola, Porina linearis, Protoblastenia laeta, Psorotichia diffracta, Rinodina excrescens, Schismatomma pericleum, Thelenella muscorum, Thelidium incavatum and Thelopsis rubella
496Horák J., Rom J., Rada P., Šafářová L., Koudelková J., Zasadil P., Halda J.P. & Holuša J. (2017): Renaissance of a rural artifact in a city with a million people: biodiversity responses to an agro-forestry restoration in a large urban traditional fruit orchard. - Urban Ecosyst, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11252-017-0712-z.
The rural landscapes surrounding large cities are rapidly becoming incorporated into the urban environment. The most conspicuous changes involve green spaces, such as former agro-forestry systems like fruit orchards. In this paper, we assess the influence on biodiversity of restoring a large urban traditional fruit orchard as reflected by six selected taxa: plants, lichens, butterflies, beetles, orthopteroids and birds. The study was performed in Prague, which is the capital city of the Czech Republic and has more than a million inhab- itants. We studied the effect of orchard renewal in 45 patches (15 for birds and 30 for other taxa). The majority of taxa responded positively to the restoration. The restoration had a significant positive effect on the species richness of lichens, butterflies and beetles. All taxa showed significantly altered species compositions, and the number of red-listed species
32157Joshi Y., Falswal A. & Halda J.P. (2017): Polycoccum ochvarianum – a new species of Dothideomycetes from India. - Sydowia, 69: 147-151.
Polycoccum ochvarianum, sp. nov., a lichenicolous fungus growing on the thallus of Ochrolechia, Pertusaria and Varicellaria species is described as new to science from India. The species is mainly distinct by its ascospore size and host selection. Addition- ally, four species of lichenicolous fungi growing on Pertusaria are reported as new to India. ascomycetes, commensalistic, lichenicolous, taxonomy
27888Kondratyuk S.Y., Lökös L., Halda J., Roux C., Upreti D.K., Schumm F., Mishra G.K., Nayaka S., Farkas E., Park J.-S., Lee B.-G., Liu D., Woo J.-J., Hur J.-S. (2017): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 6. - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 59(1–2): 137–260.
Eighteen new to science species, i.e.: 13 taxa from South Korea (Astroplaca loekoesiana S. Y. Kondr., E. Farkas, J.-J. Woo et J.-S. Hur, Buellia ulleungdoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Candelariella hakulinenii S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Flavoplaca laszloana S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Lichenostigma epiporpidiae S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Mikhtomia geumohdoensis S. Y. Kondr., Liu D. et J.-S. Hur, Orientophila dodongensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Physcia orientostellaris S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Placynthiella hurii S. Y. Kondr. et L. Lőkös, Protoparmeliopsis kopachevskae S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Psoroglaena sunchonensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Rufoplaca kaernefeltiana S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Vezdaea poeltiana S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös, J. Halda et J.-S. Hur), two species from India (Rusavskia indica S. Y. Kondr. et D. K. Upreti, and R. upretii S. Y. Kondr., G. K. Mishra et S. Nayaka), and two species from Atlantic Europe, i.e.: Spain and Portugal (Xanthoria schummii S. Y. Kondr. and X. lapalmaensis F. Schumm et S. Y. Kondr.), as well as a lichenicolous fungus Leptosphaeria oxneriae Cl. Roux et S. Y. Kondr. from Asia (Russia and India) are described, illustrated and compared with closely related taxa. Forty species of lichen forming and lichenicolous fungi (i.e.: Acarospora cf. rufescens, Agonimia allobata, A. aff. blumii, Anema decipiens, Anisomeridium aff. albisedum, Bacidia laurocerasi, Cercidospora aff. epipolytropa, C. aff. lobothallia, Dictyocatenulata alba, Fuscopannaria dissecta, Lecanora us- suriensis, Lecidella aff. carpatica, Lemmopsis arnoldiana, Leptosphaeria crozalsii, Lichenostigma cf. bolacinae, L. aff. rupicolae, Lichinella stipatula, L. cribellifera, L. iodopulchra, L. aff. myriospora, Melaspilea proximella, Micarea alabastrites, Opegrapha aff. thelotrematis, Orientophila leuceryth- rella, Pectenia plumbea, Placynthium tantaleum, Porpidia flavicunda, Psorula rufonigra, Pyreno- carpon aff. thelostomum, Pyrenodesmia duplicata, Pyrenopsis aff. haematina, Ramboldia haematites, Rhizoplaca subdiscrepans, Rimularia gibbosa, Rinodina oxydata, Staurothele frustulenta, Stigmidium cf. clauzadei, Strigula australiensis, Thelenella luridella, Vezdaea leprosa) are for the first time recorded for Korea. Additional locality records for South Korea (74 species) and China (3 species) are also given. Four new combinations, i.e.: Orientophila chejuensis (for Caloplaca chejuensis S. Y. Kondr. et Hur), Orientophila diffluens (for Lecanora diffluens Hue), Orientophila leucerythrella (for Lecanora leucerythrella Nyl.), and Pyrenodesmia duplicata (for Lecanora duplicata Vain.) are also proposed. Key words: Astroplaca, Buellia, Candelariella, China, Flavoplaca, India, Japan, Leptosphaeria, Lichenostigma, Mikhtomia, new species, Orientophila, phylogenetic analysis, Physcia, Placyn- thiella, Portugal, Protoparmeliopsis, revision, Rufoplaca, Rusavskia, Spain, South Korea, taxonomy, Vezdaea, Xanthoria
28804Malíček J., Berger F., Bouda F., Cezanne R., Eichler M., Halda J.P., Langbehn T., Palice Z., Šoun J., Uhlík P. & Vondrák J. (2017): Lišejníky zaznamenané během bryologicko-lichenologického setkání v Mohelně na Třebíčsku na jaře 2016 [Lichens recorded during the Bryological and Lichenological meeting in Mohelno (Třebíč region, southwestern Moravia) in spring 2016]. - Bryonora, 60: 24–25.
We present a list of 405 lichenized, lichenicolous and lichen-allied fungi recorded on the famous rocky steppe with a serpentinite bedrock called Mohelenská hadcová step and at other localities in the Třebíč region. The steppe was visited regularly by lichenologists during the last 100 years. We confirmed many valuable historical records (e.g. Caloplaca conversa, Harpidium rutilans, Lecanora laatokkaënsis, Lichinella stipatula, Spilonema paradoxum, Toninia cinereovirens) and added several new ones (e.g. Catillaria atomarioides, Lemmopsis arnoldiana, Peccania cernohorskyi and Phaeophyscia pusilloides). A smaller serpentinite site in the surroundings, called Dukovanský mlýn, is also valuable due to the occurrence of a few rare species (Belonia russula, Porpidia nadvornikiana and Rinodina rinodinoides). Other surveyed sites included castle ruins Templštejn with neighbouring granulite rocks and natural oak forests, and Levnov, the type locality of the cyanolichen Pterygiopsis umbilicata occurring on Ca-enriched granulite rocks below the ruin. Our list also includes epiphytic lichens recorded during a detailed survey in a lowland forest at the Lamberk castle ruin in the valley of the river Oslava. One day of research by four lichenologists in a one-hectare plot resulted in findings of 153 epiphytic and epixylic species. Numerous rare and rarely collected crustose lichens were recorded, for example Arthonia endlicheri, Bacidia incompta, B. laurocerasi, Biatora pontica, Buellia violaceofusca, Chaenotheca hispidula, Dendrographa decolorans and Enterographa hutchinsiae
28199Halda J. P. (2016): Druhová diverzita lišejníků v údolí Zdobnice mezi Souvlastním a Plačtivou skálou. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 23(1-2): 125-140.
A detailed lichenological exploration has been made in Zdobnice‘s valley between Souvlastní settlement and Plačtivá skála rock formation. Several rare and endangered epiphytic and freshwater species were found. Well preserved valley of the river Zdobnice presents a lot of considerable biotopes and localities for rare lichens (Arthonia endlicheri, Bacidina inundata, Ente- rographa zonata, Ionaspis lacustris, Lecidea ahlesii, Micarea lutulata, Micarea tuberculata, Opegrapha lithyrga a Porina lectissima, Verrucaria funckii, V. margacea and V. praetermissa). lichen diversity, Zdobnice river, Orlické hory Mts, East Bohemia
27463Halda J., Kučera J. & Koval Š. (2016): Atlas krkonošských mechorostů, lišejníků a hub 1 – mechorosty a lišejníky. - Vrchlabí: Správa KRNAP, 440 p..
27709Halda J.P. & Hur J.-S. (2016): Thelenella haradae sp. nov., a saxicolous lichen from South Korea. - Mycotaxon, 131(4): 805–809.
A new species of saxicolous lichen is described, and named as Thelenella haradae. It occurs on exposed granite rocks of Mt. Daebang, Gyeongnam Prov., southern maritime Korea, and is similar to T. brasiliensis but differs in having wider ascospores (25–30 × 13–17 μm) and completely immersed ascomata. East Asia, lichenized ascomycetes, biogeography, taxonomy
493Hradílek Z. & Halda J. P. (2016): Mechorosty a Lišejníky NPR Špraněk. [Bryological and lichenological diversity of the nature reserve Špraněk (North Moravia, Czech Republic)]. - Acta Mus. Richnov. (Sect. natur.), 23(3–4): 73-100.
A recent field research of the Špraněk National Nature Reserve has brought a num- ber of findings of bryophytes and lichens. In the case of lichens, this is the first list of species of this territory. The results of the field survey have supplemented previously published literature data. Altogether 126 taxa of bryophytes (18 liverworts and 108 mosses) were found in the territory. Among them, there are four species that we now consider to be threatened (Timmia bavarica, Cololejeunea rossettiana, Scapania aspera and Rhynchostegiella tenella), and ano- ther eight species are among the taxa of attention list. The most rare species were found on the locality of Zkamenělý zámek. bryophytes, lichens, National Nature Reserve Špraněk, North Moravia, Czech Republic
492Joshi Y., Falswal A., Tripathi M. & Halda J.P. (2016): Lichenodiplis ochrolechiae, a new species of lichenicolous fungi from India. - Sydowia, 69: 19-22.
A new species of lichenicolous fungi, viz. Lichenodiplis ochrolechiae colonizing thallus and apothecial discs of the lichen genus Ochrolechia is described from Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka districts of India. The species is compared with other closely related species of Lichenodiplis, and a key to so far known lichenicolous fungi from India colonizing thallus and apothecial discs of Ochrolechia is also provided. coelomycetes, lichens, secondary fungi, taxonomy
482Kondratyuk S. Y., Lökös L., Halda J. P., Haji Moniri M., Farkas E., Park J. S., Lee B. G., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2016): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 4. - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 58(1–2): 75–136.
Data on about 27 new for South Korea species of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi, including one new for science genus Verseghya and 11 new for science species, i.e.: Agominia loekoesii, Lecanora pseudosambuci, Nectriopsis verseghyklarae, Polysporina golubkovae, Protopar- meliopsis zerovii, Psoroglaena chirisanensis, Pyrenopsis chejudoensis, Ropalospora chirisanensis, Thelopsis chirisanensis, Trapelia coreana, and Verseghya klarae, as well as 27 taxa newly record- ed for the country (Biatora aff. subduplex, Buellia cf. uberior, Caloplaca kedrovopadensis, Catil- laria chalybaea, Coenogonium isidiatum, Dibaeis yurii, Halecania australis, H. lobulata, Intrali- chen christiansenii, Ivanpisutia oxneri, Lecania cf. olivacella, Lecanora lojkahugoi, L. sulphurea, Lecidella mandshurica, Lichenoconium erodens, Micarea lithinella, M. aff. stipitata, Muellerella pygmaea var. pygmaea, Oxneria alfredii, Pertusaria aff. flavocorallina, Phaeosporobolus alpinum, Polycoccum innatum, Porina fluminea, Rinodina xanthophaea, Ropalospora chloantha, Stigmidium cladoniicola, and S. epiramalina) are provided. Additional localities for the recently reported or described 39 species from South Korea, and for 1 species (Oxnerella safavidiorum) from Iran and China (for the first time for China) are provided. The following taxa newly recorded for South Korea, i.e. Ivanpisutia oxneri, Lecanora lojkahugoi, Lecidella mandshurica, Rinodina xanthophaea, Ropalospora chloantha, as well as the newly described Buellia chujadoensis and Verseghya klarae found to be rather common in this country. Agominia, Ivanpisutia, Korea, Lecanora, Nectriopsis, new for science, Polysporina, Protoparmeliopsis, Psoroglaena, Pyrenopsis, rare, Ropalospora, Thelopsis, Trapelia, Verseghya
27461Kondratyuk S.Y., Lőkös L., Halda J.P., Upreti D.K., Mishra K.G., Haji Moniri M., Farkas E., Park J.S., Lee B.G., Liu D., Woo J.-J., Jayalal R.G.U., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2016): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 5*. - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 58(3–4): 319–396.
Data on 54 new for China, India, Korea and Russia species of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi, including 22 new for science taxa of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi, i.e.: Acarospora ulleungdoensis, Amandinea trassii, Aspicilia geumodoensis, Biatora ivanpisutii, Caloplaca patwolseleyae, Catillaria ulleungdoensis, Coenogonium agonimioides, Gyalidea austrocoreana, G. ropalosporoides, Opegrapha briancoppinsii, O. ulleungdoensis, Phyllopsora loekoesii, Psoroglaena coreana, Psorotichia gyelnikii, Rinodina oxneriana, Scoliciosporum jasonhurii, Staurothele oxneri, Stigmidium coarctatae, Thelocarpon ulleungdoense, Thelopsis loekoesii, Toninia poeltiana, Unguiculariopsis helmutii, and and 7 new species to China (Caloplaca ussuriensis, Megaspora rimisorediata, Rinodina xanthophaea, Rusavskia dasanensis, Xanthoria splendens, Zeroviella coreana, Z. esfahanensis), and 1 new species to India (Zeroviella esfahanensis), and 24 new species to Korea (Agonimia blumii, Arthonia rinodinicola, Buelliella minimula, Dactylospora australis, Endococcus propinguus, Halecania santessonii, Laeviomyces aff. fallaciosus, Lecanora albescens, L. layana, Lecidella scabra, Micarea farinosa, Minutoexcipula aff. mariana, Opegrapha anomaea, O. aff. xerica, Phoma aff. lecanorina, Polycoccum rubellianae, Porina nucula, Pyrenidium actinellum, Rhexophiale rhexoblephara, Rimularia badioatra, Rinodina confragosa, R. milvina, R. occulta, Tremella phaeophysciae), as well as 1 new species to Russia (Verseghya klarae) are provided. Furthermore new for science species of lichenicolous fungus Polycoccum clauderouxii from China is described. Four new combinations, i.e.: Biatora pseudosambuci (Basionym: Lecanora pseudosambuci S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur), Buellia pseudosubnexa (Basionym: Hafellia pseudosubnexa S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur), Buellia extremoorientalis (Basionym: Hafellia extremorientalis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur), and Sagedia nunatakkorum (Basionym: Lecanora nunatakkorum Poelt) are proposed. Data on conidiomata and conidia for licheni- colous fungus Opegrapha anomea Nyl are for the first time provided. Acarospora, Aspicilia, Biatora, Buellia, Catillaria, Coenogonium, Gyalidea, Korea, Opegrapha, new for science, Phyllopsora, Polycoccum, Psoroglaena, Psorotichia, rare, Rinodina, Scoliciosporum, Staurothele, Stigmidium, Thelocarpon, Thelopsis, Toninia, Unguiculariopsis
490Printzen C., Halda J.P., McCarthy J.W., Palice Z., Rodriguez-Flakus P., Thor G., Tønsberg T. & Vondrák J. (2016): Five new species of Biatora from four continents. - Herzogia, 29: 566 –585.
Biatora australis and B. hafellneri from South America, B. pacifica from East Asia, B. radicicola from central and northern Europe and the Caucasus, and B. terrae-novae from Newfoundland are described as new to science. The phy- logenetic position of four of these species is reconstructed using ITS and mrSSU sequence data. Revised identification keys for the Biatora vernalis group and Biatora species with non-septate ascospores and blue or green apothecial pigments are also provided
483Halda J.P. (2015): Thelidium fumidum a Staurothele ambrosiana, dva vzácné lišejníky z PP Peliny u Chocně. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 22(1–2): 231–234.
A new record for Czech Republic, Thelidium fumidum was found on clay rocks in Nature monument Peliny near Choceň together with Acrocordia conoidea, Placopyrenium fuscellum, Polyblastia cupularis, Staurothele ambrosiana, Verrucaria dolosa, V. macrostoma, V. muralis and V. nigrescens
479Halda J.P. (2015): Lišejníky NPP Třesín (CHKO Litovelské Pomoraví). Lichen ora of Třesín National nature monument (Moravia, Czech Republic). - Zprávy Vlastivědného muzea v Olomouci, 309: 5-25.
Up to this day 97 species of lichens were detected in the area of Třesín, which is still little explored territory from the lichenological point of view. Several of them belong to endangered (6) and vulnerable (11) species. The most valuable parts of this national nature monument can be considered fragments of older oak forests in the southern part and limestone rock formations in the northern part of the protected area. Diagrams of species diversity on di erent substrates are given. lichens, biodiversity, old-growth oak forest, Mladeč, limestone
478Joshi Y., Gagarina L., Halda J.P., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2015): A new species and a new record of the lichen genus Coenogonium (Ostropales: Coenogoniaceae) from South Korea, with a world-wide key to crustose Coenogonium having prothalli. - Mycosphere, 6 (6): 667–672.
Coenogonium lueckingii, a new corticolous species characterized by a greenish-gray thallus with a white prothallus and 1-septate fusiform ascospores, is described from South Korea. A description of the species is provided together with notes on its chemistry, distribution, ecology and taxonomy. Possible related lichen taxa are discussed briefly, and a worldwide key to the crustose Coenogonium species having a prothallus is also provided. Besides this, Coenogonium pineti is also reported for the first time for the lichen flora of South Korea. Biodiversity, Chuja Island, Jeju Island, taxonomy
6988Joshi Y., Kondratyuk S.Y., Lőkös L., Halda J.P., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2015): New species and new records of lichenicolous fungi from South Korea. - Mycosphere, 6(4): 493–500.
One new species of lichenicolous fungus (Endococcus xanthoparmeliae) along with four new records (Cercidospora caudata, Clypeococcum cladonema, Epicladonia simplex and Lichenostigma cosmopolites) are described based on floristic work on lichens and lichenicolous fungi in the Bogil, Chuja and Jeju Islands of South Korea, bringing the total number of lichenicolous fungi species recognized in South Korea to nineteen. The new species grows on the epilithic foliose lichen Xanthoparmelia coreana, while Cercidospora caudata, Clypeococcum cladonema, Epicladonia simplex and Lichenostigma cosmopolites grow on Caloplaca bogilana, Xanthoparmelia coreana, Cladonia sp. and Xanthoparmelia coreana, respectively. The new species is described in detail and compared with the morphologically most similar species of the genus, while brief description and ecology is being provided for the new records. Furthermore, presence of Endococcus verrucosus in South Korea is also being confirmed and a brief description of that too is also provided
26086Peksa O., Bouda F., Halda J. P., Malíček J., Svoboda D., Uhlík P. & Vondrák J. (2015): Lišejníky starých porostů Českého lesa. - Český les, 14: 41-45.
Přestože v Českém lese stále rostou krásnéa vzácné lišejníky, většina z nich patří do skupiny druhů s korovitou stélkou (tzn. pevně přitisknutou k podkladu, většinou menších rozměrů). V dobách před ničivými změnami prostředí tu však bývaly k vidění i velké lupe- nité či keříčkovité pralesní lišejníky. Dokládají to výzkumy Alfreda Hilitzera, význačného českého lichenologa počátku 20. století, který měl rodinné vazby na Kdyni, a tak tu často pobýval a zkoumal lišejníky v jižní části Českého lesa. Z lesů na Čerchově, Haltravě nebo Starém Herštejně popisuje ve svých článcích (Hilitzer 1924, 1925) vý- skyt důlkatce plicního (Lobaria pulmonaria), terčovky dírkované (Menegazzia terebrata), t. páskované (Hypogymnia vittata) či palič- kovce korálovitého (Sphaerophorus globosus). Tyto druhy vyžadují nejen čisté ovzduší, ale především zachovalý horský les s charakteris- tickou vysokou vzdušnou vlhkostí a výskytem starých a mechatých stromů (obr. 9). Takové podmínky však v současných lesích dávno nejsou. Z výsledků našeho výzkumu vyplývá že ze jmenovaných druhů zde přežívá pouze Lobaria pulmonaria – a poslední mohykáni jsou dva: drobná stélka na mléči v rezervaci Nad Hutí (obr. 10) a velká vitální stélka na ja- sanu v bývalé Šenvaldské Huti (Uhlík 2009). Je možné, že brzy z Českého lesa zmizí docela. Jejich stanoviště zřejmě obsadí jiné druhy, lépe přizpůsobené aktuálním podmínkám
24283Halda J. P. (2014): Lišejníky NPP Babiččino údolí. [Lichens of the Babiččino údolí national natural monument (East Bohemia)]. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 20: 281–311.
a small protected area covers 334 ha were explored by lichenologist václav kuťák in 1910, 1924 and 1927. he‘s noted from Úpa‘s valley some interesting epiphytic lichens (Anaptychia ciliaris, Calicium trabinellum). in recent dominate deciduous fo- rest with field maple, sycamore, norway maple, hornbeam, ash, oak and elm on the both banks of the river. Several interesting lichens grow on clay rocks above river (Absconditella delutula, Acrocordia conoidea, Bacidina arnoldiana, Enterographa hutchinsiae, E. zonata, Leptogium plicatile and Placopyrenium fuscellum). 206 lichens were recorded there and 130 confirmed during the recent collecting (4 critically endangered, 15 endangered and 36 vulnerable species – e.g. Acrocordia gemmata, Arthonia atra, Anaptychia ciliaris, Bacidia incompta, Catinaria atropurpurea, Enterographa hutchinsiae, Flavoparmelia caperata, Chaenotheca hispidula, Chaenotheca chlorella, Leptogium subtile, Mycobilimbia epixanthoides, Opegrapha viridis, Peltigera malacea, P. polydactylon, Pertusaria pertusa, Porina leptalea, Pyrenula nitida, Ramalina fastigiata and Usnea scabrata). Macro and micro photos of Biatoridium monastery, Arthonia helvola, Acrocordia conoidea and Absconditella delutula
24284Halda J. P., Kotlík P. & Štaffen Z. (2014): Biologické napadení kamene soch a reliéfů v Novém lese u Kuksu a možnosti jeho potlačení. - Zprávy památkové péče, 73(6): 536–542.
Článek shrnuje hlavní příčiny degradace kamene vlivem živých organismů a zásady jejího omezení. Na pfiíkladu soch v Novém lese u Kuksu ukazuje, jak je možno vliv živých organismů na kamenné objekty nevhodnými zásahy podpořit a naopak jakými opatřeními jej lze omezit. Jsou rovněž uvedeny vstupní informace o zkušební aplikaci nanodisperze stříbra jako biocidního prostředku pro kámen
23979Horak J., Vodka S., Kout J., Halda J.P., Bogusch P. & Pech P. (2014): Biodiversity of most dead wood-dependent organisms in thermophilic temperate oak woodlands thrives on diversity of open landscape structures. - Forest Ecology and Management, 315: 80–85.
Oak and mixed deciduous forests with oaks are the most widespread woodland types in the central European lowlands. The aim of this study was to analyse how the biodiversity of saproxylic organisms (fungi, lichens, beetles, and ants, bees and wasps) in thermophilic temperate oak woodlands respond to the openness in landscape structure of tree habitats. We sampled 32 sites in a split-plot design in Krivoklatsko (Czech Republic), which were chosen to include spatial diversity, including dense forests, open forests, woodland edges and solitary trees. A canonical correspondence analyses (CCA) and generalized additive models (GAM) were used for analyses. The results indicated that the taxa studied showed differences in species composition among the studied landscape structures and most taxa preferred more open and light conditions of the woodland environment. We also observed positive effect of the heterogeneity in open landscape structures on biodiversity of saproxylic organisms. As it is recently showed by ecologists, most of the thermophilic oak woodlands are threatened by succession, saproxylic organisms are facing decline throughout the world and traditional forest management (e.g. game keeping, wood pasturing or coppicing) appears to be one solution to mitigate biodiversity loss. Keywords: Lichens (Lichenes) Fungi Beetles (Coleoptera) Aculeata Hymenoptera Saproxylic organisms Biodiversity management.
24727Svoboda D., Halda J.P., Malíček J., Palice Z., Šoun J. & Vondrák J. (2014): Lišejníky Českého krasu: shrnutí výzkumů a soupis druhů. Lichens of the Český kras/Bohemian Karst (Central Bohemia, Czech Republic): a summary of previous surveys and a checklist of the area. - Bohemia centralis, 32: 213–265.
An overview of historical surveys in the Český kras / Bohemian Karst together with a checklist of lichens of the area is presented. In total, 436 taxa are known from the area of interest of which 16 are reported from the area for the first time, namely Absconditella sphagnorum, Acarospora oligospora, Bacidia circumspecta, Bacidina neosquamulosa, B. sulphurella, Buellia epigaea, Caloplaca chlorina s.str., C. ferrarii s.l., C. oasis, Catillaria chalybeia, Collema coccophorum, Eiglera flavida, Lecanora pulicaris, Lemmopsis arnoldiana, Usnea subfloridana and Verrucaria bryoctona. Caloplaca atroflava is recorded as new to the Czech Republic. 63 taxa have not been recently confirmed. In addition 27 species are considered doubtful, incorrectly identified/excerpted or of uncertain identity. Two species: Hymenelia melanocarpa (Kremp.) Lutzoni and Lecidea subdiffracta (Arnold) Lettau should be excluded from the upcoming checklist of the Czech Republic. The relevant specimens published by Servít (1911, 1930) were revised and belong to Eiglera flavida and Clauzadea monticola, respectively. The number of lichens found in the area represents approx. 28 % of the known lichen flora of the Czech Republic. Many saxicolous and terricolous species are confined to or preferentially growing on limestone. Several species seem to have the core of their distribution in the Bohemian Karst within the Czech Republic, particularly the species confined to or preferrably growing on diabase (paleozoic basalt), which is another characteristic substrate in the area, e.g. Lecanora argopholis, Lobothallia alphoplaca, Peccania cernohorskyi, Toninia diffracta and T. physaroides. Key words: Ascomycota, biodiversity, historical survey, Český kras/Bohemian Karst, lichenized fungi, limestone, diabase.
23448Steinová J., Bouda B., Halda J. P., Kukwa M., Malíček J., Müller A., Palice Z., Peksa O., Schiefelbein U., Svoboda D., Syrovátková L., Šoun J., Uhlík P. & Vondrák J. (2013): Lichens recorded during the 16th meeting of the bryological and lichenological section CBS in Slavkovský les mountains, April 2009. Lišejníky zaznamenané během 16. setkání Bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS ve Slavkovském lese v dubnu 2009. - Bryonora, 51: 1–14.
A list of 188 lichen taxa and 3 non-lichenized fungi recorded from the Slavkovský les Mts and Soos National Nature Reserve during the 16th meeting of bryological and lichenological section CBS in April 2009 is presented. Candelariella efflorescens, Cladonia diversa and Verrucaria memnonia are new to the Czech Republic. Along with three mentioned species, Caloplaca vitellinula, Carbonea vitellinaria, Lecanora rupicola subsp. subplanata, Nephromopsis laureri, Placopsis lambii and Psilolechia leprosa are briefly discussed. A number of noteworthy lichens is reported from former mines and spoil heaps (e.g. Rhizocarpon furfurosum, Stereocaulon condensatum, S. pileatum). The epiphytic flora is represented by several endangered but recently spreading species like Evernia divaricata and E. mesomorpha. A distribution map is provided for Nephromopsis laureri. Candelariella efflorescens, Cladonia diversa, lichen diversity, metal-enriched substrates, Nephromopsis laureri, serpentine, Verrucaria memnonia
5941 Halda J. P. & Müller A. (2012): Lišejníky přírodní rezervace U Houkvice (Podorlicko) [Lichens of Natural Reserve U Houkvice (Podorlicko, Eastern Bohemia]. - Acta Mus. Richnoviensis (Sect. natur.), 19(1–2): 17–27.
V přírodní rezervaci U Houkvice bylo během výzkumu v letech 2009-2011 nalezeno 64 epifytických druhů lišejníků. Mezi vzácnější patří Agonimia allobata, Bryoria fuscescens, Calicium adspersum, C. glaucellum, C. salicinum, C. viride, Caloplaca obscurella, Cladonia parasitica, Imshaugia aleurites, Melanelixia subaurifera, Micarea byssacea a Punctelia jeckeri. Nejcennější substráty představují z hlediska lišejníků soliterní duby, jejichž mohutná torza a pařezy jsou nejzachovalejší v centrální a severní části rezervace. Sixty four lichen species were recorded during the survey of “U Houkvice“ Nature Reserve in Eastern Bohemia (Czech Republic). Some noteworthy lichens including Agonimia allobata, Calicium adspersum, C. glaucellum and Cladonia parasitica were collected on old oaks and decaying wood in central and north part of the reserve. Eastern Bohemia, epiphytes, lichens
22981Guttová A., Palice Z., Czarnota P., Halda J.P., Lukáč M., Malíček J. & Blanár D. (2012): Lišajníky Národného parku Muránska planina IV – Fabova hoľa. - Acta Rerum Naturalium Musei Nationalis Slovaci, 43: 51-76.
Lichens of the Muránska Planina National Park IV – Fabova hoľa. Contemporary knowledge of the lichen-flora of Fabova hoľa Mt. (the Muránska Planina National Park) based on recent field research and compilation of existing data is summarized. So far 164 species have been recorded here. Six of them were not reported from Slovakia so far: Gyalideopsis helvetica, Japewia subaurifera, Lecanora anoptizodes, Micarea anterior, M. botryoides, and M. micrococca; Lecanora phaeostigma, published by Szatala, was erroneously not included in the checklists. They are discussed in detail together with other taxa of national, phytogeographic or ecological importance/pecularity, such as Alectoria sarmentosa, Cetraria islandica, Hypogymnia vittata, Lecanora phaeostigma, Mycoblastus affinis, M. sanguinarius and Usnea subfloridana. Additional unpublished data on their occurrence in Slovakia and Turkey are included as well. Information on the records of five lichenicolous fungi: Arthonia digitatae, Chaenothecopsis pusiola, Ch. viridireagens, Phaeopyxis punctum and Thelocarpon lichenicola, as well as of a fungus Sarea difformis, is provided. Key words: lichens, lichenicolous fungi, biodiversity, Norway spruce forests, Central Slovakia, the Western Carpathians.
20967Guzow-Krzemińska B., Halda J. P. & Czarnota P. (2012): A new Agonimia from Europe with a flabelliform thallus. - Lichenologist, 44(1): 55–66.
Agonimia flabelliformis sp. nov. (Verrucariaceae, Ascomycota) is described as a new species from the Czech Republic, Germany and Great Britain. Except for the distinctive, flabelliform to minutely coralloid thallus the species mostly resembles A. allobata. It differs from other related species of Agonimia in the absence of cortical papillae and in ascospore size. The distinctness of the new species and its placement within the genus Agonimia is supported by analyses of mitochondrial small subunit ribosomal DNA sequences from several samples of the taxon, and from many other representatives of Verrucariales including newly sequenced A. repleta and A. vouauxii. Additionally, ITS rDNA sequence data supports the distinction of A. flabelliformis from A. allobata. However, A. allobata was found to be highly variable and relationships, as well as the monophyly of taxa within Agonimia, are still unresolved and need further investigation. ITS rDNA, lichenized fungi, lichens, mtSSU rDNA, new species, phylogeny, taxonomy
3116Halda J. P. (2012): Diverzita lišejníků v oblasti horního toku Divoké Orlice. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 19: 235–266.
Lichen diversity of two forest reserves close to the upper part of the Divoká Orlice river (Orlické hory Mts, Czech Republic) was focused on. National Nature Reserve Bukačka and NNR Trčkov. Both of these small mountain reserves (50 and 80 ha, respectively) protect fragments of the beech and silver fir forests. Among 72 lichen species found in Bukačka reserve and 77 species found in Trčkov reserve, some rare or interesting lichens were collected: Agonimia repleta, Bacidina inundata, Biatora chrysantha, Bryoria fuscescens, Chaenotheca xyloxena, Cladonia caespiticia, Lecania furfuracea, Ochrolechia androgyna, Porina lectissima, Pyrenula nitida, Thelotrema lepadinum, Trapelia corticola, Usnea scabrata, Verrucaria aethiobola, V. aquatilis and V. funckii.
1722Halda J. P. (2012): Lemmopsis arnoldiana a Psorotichia diffracta – dva pozoruhodné druhy lišejníků z Krkonoš [Lemmopsis arnoldiana and Psorotichia diffracta – two notable lichen species from the Krkonoše Mts. (Czech Republic)]. - Opera Corcontica, 49:.
Lemmopsis arnoldiana and Psorotichia diffracta new for Czech Republic
22239Malíček J., Halda J. P., Kocourková J., Müller A., Palice Z., Peksa O. & Svoboda D. (2012): Lišejníky zaznamenané během podzimního bryologicko-lichenologického setkání v Labských pískovcích 2010. - Bryonora, 49: 17-23.
List of 118 lichens and 12 lichenicolous or lichen-allied fungi recorded during the autumnal bryo-lichenological meeting in the České Švýcarsko National Park and the Lužické hory Mts (northern Bohemia) in 2010 is presented. One locality was revisited by one of the authors (ZP) in 2012. Our attention was focused mainly on basalt screes and rocks (Javor Mt., Růžovský vrch Mt.). We visited also deep sandstone valleys (Křinice and Kamenice river valleys) and a burnt pine forest near Jetřichovice village. Cladonia macrophylla, Enterographa zonata, Lecanora cinerescens, Lecidea commaculans, Micarea leprosula, Miriquidica nigroleprosa, Protothelenella sphinctrinoides, Stereocaulon dactylophyllum, and S. pileatum represent the most remarkable records from basalt screes and rocks. Several regionally rare epiphytic lichens were observed in the Kamenice river valley (e.g. Agonimia repleta, Arthonia vinosa, Graphis scripta, Jamesiella anastomosans, Opegrapha vermicellifera, Porina leptalea and Thelotrema lepadinum). Lecanora cinerescens is published here as new for the Czech Republic. Nectriopsis rubefaciens is reported from the second locality in the country
3707Halda J. P. (2011): Zajímavé nálezy skalních lišejníků na Plačtivé skále u Pěčína. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 18: 228, 276-278.
Noteworthy records of freshwater lichen species from Plačtivá skála near Pěčín (eastern Bohemia, Czech Republic). Freshwater lichen species have been discovered in Plačtivá skála (Czech Republic) in river-bed below the junction Zdobnice and Říčka rivers. The species Bacidina inundata, Dermatocarpon luridum, Enterographa zonata, Ionaspis lacustris, Porina lectissima, Verrucaria aethiobola and V. pinguicula were found on a gneiss submersed rock.
13037Halda J. P. & Uhlík P. (2011): Lišejníky rudných hald na Tisovci u Kraslic (Lichens of Metal Mine Spoil Heaps on Tisovec Hill near Kraslice). - Příroda Kraslicka, 3: 37-50.
Old ore dumps on hillside of the point Tisovec near Kraslice in Krušné hory Mts. are places very rich in terrestrial and saxicolous lichens including numerous species tolerating higher metal contents in their substrates. Many of them belong to endangered species of the Czech lichen flora. Lichens, Kraslice, Tisovec hill, metalliferous stones, metal mine spoil heaps, heaths, Krušné hory Mountains, Erzgebirge
17856Halda J., Hauer T., Kociánová M., Mühlsteinová R., Řeháková K. & Šťastná P. (2011): Biodiverzita cévnatých rostlin, lišejníků, sinic a řas na skalách s ledopády v Labském dole. - Opera Corcontica, 48: 45–68.
The study brings results of an inventory survey of vascular plants, lichens, cyanobacteria, and algae performed in ten localities in the Labský důl valley, Krkonoše Mts, Czech Republic. Lichens, cyanobacteria, and algae never been systematically studied in this area. The collection sites were chosen in consideration of winter icefalls occurrence. Hardly accessible parts were sampled using mountain-climbing equipment. A total of 45 species of lichens, 32 species of cyanobacteria, 86 species of algae, and 74 species of vascular plants were found. The results showed substantial uniqueness of the studied localities. Pilophorus strumaticus, Rhizocarpon amphibium, Pyrenopsis picina, and Staurothele clopima are new lichen species for the Czech Republic, several taxa were not recently published from the Czech Republic (e.g. Dermatocarpon luridum, Ephebe lanata, Rhizocarpon lavatum,), or are interesting from ecological point of view – specific for shady and water-sprayed boulders and outcrops (e.g. Porina lectissima, Pyrenopsis picina, Staurothele clopima). Following important algae and cyanobacteria were found: Iyengariella sp. – first report in the Czech Republic; Chroococcus montanus, Stigonema informe, Staurastrum pileolatum, and Cosmarium hornavanense – very infrequent morphotypes in the Czech Republic. Historically reported occurrence of Poa laxa from the rocky edges of the Labský důl valley and occurrence of other rare species such as Carex lasiocarpa, Drosera anglica, Primula minima, Selaginella selaginoides etc. were confirmed by botanical part of the research in the area. The Krkonoše Mts, the Labský důl valley, icefalls, lichenology, phycology, botany
20082Halda J.P., Bouda F., Fessová A., Kocourková J., Malíček J., Müller A., Peksa O., Svoboda D., Šoun J. & Vondrák J. (2011): Lichens recorded during the autumnal bryo-lichenological meeting in Železné hory Mts (Czech Republic), September 2009 [Lišejníky zaznamenané během podzimního bryologicko-lichenologického setkání v CHKO Železné hory v září 2009]. - Bryonora, 47: 40-51.
164 lichen-forming fungi and 7 non-lichenized fungi were recorded from the Železné hory Mts (Bohemia). There are a few localities rich in overlooked lichens in the region. We have collected several noteworthy lichen species, e.g. Calicium pinastri, Parmelia ernstiae, Porina lectissima, P. leptalea, Porocyphus coccodes, Rhizocarpon badioatrum, Staurothele fissa, and Verrucaria aethiobola. Bacidina caligans and Lecidea ahlesii are new to the Czech Republic. biodiversity, epiphytic lichens, freshwater lichens, microlichens
3113Šťastná P. (2011): Výzkum ve výškách. - Krkonoše, Jizerské hory, 8/2011.
Labský důl, Krkonoše, Pilophorus strumaticus
17578Halda J., Kocourková J., Březina S., Šťastná P. & Ševců A. (2010): Lišejníky v alpínském pásmu Krkonoš (inventarizační průzkum a vegetační monitoring v rámci mezinárodního projektu GLORIA). [Lichens of the alpine belt in the Krkonoše Mts (floristical survey and vegetation monitoring within the scope of an international project GLORIA)]. - Opera Corcontica, 47: 165–186.
The composition of the vegetation was examined in the alpine zone of chosen five summits in the Krkonoše Mts (the Giant Mts) using methodology of the project GLORIA (the Global Observation Research Initiative in Alpine Environments) during years 2008 and 2009. The studied summits were the Luční hora Mt, the Malý Šišák Mt, the Smogornja Mt, the Studniční hora Mt and the Vysoké Kolo Mt. The cover of lichens and vascular plants was examined in 16 plots (with 4 squares 1 × 1 m) on each summit. Four clusters of quadrates (each with four permanent plots) were placed in precise distance from the highest point of the summit in four main compass directions. We found 95 lichen species in total 80 plots, two of which are critically endangered (Stereocaulon alpinum and Umbilicaria torrefacta) and 17 species are vulnerable. About 25 % of the recorded species prefer high montane and alpine altitudinal zones. The highest number of endangered or vulnerable species was found on the Luční hora Mt, where the lichen associations differed remarkably in comparison to other summits. The reason for such phenomena is not clear but it can be partly due to a large cover of scree. On the summits of the Vysoké Kolo Mt and the Malý Šišák Mt we found three highly remarkable lichen species: Arctoparmelia centrifuga (L.) Hale, Flavocetraria cucullata (Bellardi) Kärnefelt et A. Thell and Immersaria athroocarpa (Ach.) Rambold et Pietschm. These lichens are extremely rare in the Czech Republic and they were found again after many decades after their first collecting in the Krkonoše Mts. There was found a certain positive relationship between the status of endangering and its distribution in the highest altitudinal parts. The total number of species of lichens and vascular plants was mainly controlled by the local characteristics of observed plots, e.g. by total cover of vascular plants and total cover of litter. The lichen species composition differed considerably within studied summits and the numbers of lichen species were strongly negatively correlated by the number of species of vascular plants. The effect of slope orientation on lichens characteristics was not confirmed.
786Hradílek Z. & Halda J.P. (2010): Mechorosty a lišejníky Národní přírodní rezervace Hůrka u Hranic. [Bryophytes and Lichens of the Hůrka National Nature Reserve near the town of Hranice (Central Moravia, Czech Republic)]. - Acta Mus. Richnoviensis (Sect. natur.), 17(2): 29–56.
bryophytes, lichens, Hůrka National Nature Reserve, Central Moravia, Czech Republic The present paper reports historical and recent composition of bryophytes and lichens of the Hůrka National Nature Reserve near the town of Hranice. 142 bryophytes and 83 lichen-forming fungi have recently been found at this locality. The most interesting bryophytes growing here are Cololejeunea rossettiana, Conardia compacta, Didymodon glaucus, D. sinuosus, Fissidens arnoldii, and Rhynchostegiella teneriffae. All valuable species of bryophytes have been recorded in calcareous part of the locality. The region is very poor in macrolichens, but there were found overlooked microlichens (Agonimia repleta, Arthonia arthonioides, Bacidia subincompta, Bagliettoa baldensis, B. calciseda, Botryolepraria lesdainii, Lepraria ecorticata, Placopyrenium fuscellum, Verrucaria caerulea, V. ochrostoma, V. nigrescens, V. viridula) and some rare macrolichens (Peltigera canina, P. horizontalis, Physcia tribacia)
18001Lukešová A., Kociánová M., Váňa J., Štursová H., Elster J., Harčarik J., Halda J., Kocourková J. & Jankovská V. (2010): Vyvařované půdy tundry Krkonoš a Abisko Mts – předběžná srovnávací studie. - Opera Corcontica, 47: 55–82.
algae, cyanobacteria, lichens, bryophytes, vascular plants, frost boil soils, tundra subzone, Abisko Mts, Giant Mts Frost boil soils represent an individual patterned grounds tundra-ecosystem, affected by permafrost. Our comparative study between Abisko Mts and the Giant Mts confirm „boiling“ also in the Giant Mts, i.e. out of permafrost zone. Expulsion of molisol towards the soil surface is more affected by hydrodynamic processes than by freezing ones. „Boiling process“ was, contrary to the Abisko Mts, where it represents an ordinary phenomenon, detected on a very cramped area (in order of cm2), entirely in the central parts of several fossil sorted polygons, nonsorted circles and in soil scars. Our study is the first ever published evaluation of living organisms colonizing frost-boiled soils both in Abisko and the Giant Mts. Species composition of algae and cyanobacteria, lichens, mosses, liverworts, and vascular plants, algal biomass and basic soil physical and chemical parameters were analyzed at 4 localities in Abisko area (Slåttatjåkka Mt, near Njulla lake, heaths near Abisko Tourist Station, Stordalen) and at 3 localities in the Giant Mts (alpine area of Luční hora Mt, plateau near Sněžné jámy corries, Vysoké Kolo Mt). In total, 97 species of algae were isolated from both areas (78 from Abisko, 46 from the Giant Mts). Number of algal species prevailed over diversity of vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens on all localities. Higher species richness of cyanobacteria, eukaryotic algae, bryophytes and vascular plants, as well as higher total algal biomass, higher content of soil Ca, Mg, K, Na, and higher values of soil pH were found in Abisko localities in the comparison with the Giant Mts. The species similarity of algal communities of both areas was low, only 2 out of 19 cyanobacterial species and 32 out of 78 eukaryotic algae were found in both studied areas. Green algae prevailed in most localities. Pseudococcomyxa simplex was the only species occurring with 100% frequency, and dominating all localities with low pH. Cyanobacteria dominated only in the localities with alkaline soils, i.e. on heaths near Abisko Tourist Station and Njulla lake. Soil pH seems to be the main factor determining the character of algal community. Lesser species abundance of Phanerogams in Giant Mts probably reflexes a long-term (holocenic) relic character of local arctic-alpine communities in conditions of middle mountains within the Central Europe. Application of Arctic area dividing into 6 bioclimatic subzones ranks studied plots in Abisko Mts among subzones 3–6 (C–F), Giant Mts among 4–6 (D–F).
17404Vondrák J., Halda J.P., Malíček J. & Müller A. (2010): Lišejníky zaznamenané během jarního bryologicko-lichenologického setkání ve Chřibech v dubnu 2010 [Lichens recorded during the spring bryo-lichenological meeting in Chřiby Mts (Czech Republic), April]. - Bryonora, 45: 36-42.
127 lichen-forming fungi have been recorded from the Chřiby Mts in southern Moravia, a region previously lacking lichenological investigation. The region is rather dry and poor in lichens, especially macrolichens, but there were interesting records of inconspicuous microlichens, e.g. Agonimia repleta, Arthonia helvola, Bacidia pycnidiata, Bacidina neosquamulosa, Biatoridium monasteriense, Lecanora leptyrodes, Macentina dictyospora, Ramonia interjecta, Thelenella vezdae, Thelidium minutulum and Thelocarpon intermediellum, and poorly known or rare lichens, e.g. Biatora efflorescens, Cladonia peziziformis, Lecanora leptyrores, Leptogium pulvinatum, Mycobilimbia epixanthoides, Opegrapha viridis, Pertusaria ocellata, Placopyrenium trachyticum and Pyrenula nitidella. The distribution and frequency of Halecania viridescens appears to have increased in the Czech Republic, and Caloplaca oasis is new to the Czech Republic. Records of little known species outside Chřiby Mts are also listed
3154Halda J.P. (2009): Lichens of the Břidličná Nature Reserve and the Zadní hutisko Nature Monument in the Hrubý Jeseník Mts. (Czech Republic) (Lišejníky Přírodní rezervace Břidličná a Přírodní památky Zadní hutisko v Hrubém Jeseníku). - Acta Mus. Richnov. (Sect. natur.), 16(3): 57-80.
18269Halda J.P. & Palice Z. (2009): Zajímavé nálezy tří sladkovodních druhů lišejníků ze Zemské brány (Noteworthy records of three freshwater lichen species from nature reserve Zemská brána). - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 16: 283–289.
Phaeophyscia endococcina has been discovered in eastern Bohemia (Czech Republic) in river−bed of Divoká Orlice river. The species was found on a gneiss submersed rock together with other amphibiously growing lichen species Bacidina inundata, Dermatocarpon luridum, Porina lectissima, Staurothele fissa, Verrucaria aethiobola and V. praetermissa. Additional recent records from the Czech Republic for three of mentioned lichens are amended
13676Halda J. P. (2008): Historie lichenologického bádání v Orlických horách a na Králickém Sněžníku. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 15: 141–164.
biography, history of lichenological research in Eastern Bohemia
11041Halda J. P. (2008): Seznam lišejníků české strany Králického Sněžníku – Checklist of Lichens of the Králický Sněžník Mts. (Czech Side). - Acta musei richnoviensis, sect. Natur., 15(2): 43-84.
The complete floristic results of a lichenological survey carried out in 2001–2005 in Czech side of Králický Sněžník are presented. Historical data on occurrence of lichens recently rare in the Czech Republic were verified. A list of species is given. Totally, entries on 347 lichen species were gathered up till now. The number is equal to ca 23% of complete national lichen flora (including historical and bibliographical data). During the current survey 221 species were recorded
9901Kukwa M., Schiefelbein U., Czarnota P., Halda J., Kubiak D., Palice Z. & Naczk A. (2008): Notes on some noteworthy lichens and allied fungi found in the Białowieża Primeval Forest in Poland. - Bryonora, 41: 1-11.
Poznámky k několika pozoruhodným lišejníkům a jim příbuzným houbám v Bialowiežském pralese v Polsku. Keywords: lichen diversity, saprobic and lichenicolous fungi, lichenized hyphomycetes, BiałowieŜa Primeval Forest, NE Poland, A list of 41 lichens and allied fungi new to Poland or otherwise of floristic interest is presented. It includes 30 lichens, nine lichenicolous fungi and two saprobic fungi. Three species, Cheiromycina petri, Lobaria amplissima and Taeniolella delicata (with Loxospora elatina as a new host) are reported for the first time from Poland. Lobaria virens should be excluded from the Polish lichen checklist as the record can be referred to L. amplissima. Pertusaria ophthalmiza should be added to the new edition of Polish checklist as old records were previously overlooked. Three species are reported as new to the Polish lowland, five as new to NE Poland and 18 as new to the BiałowieŜa Primeval Forest. Chemotypes of Chrysothrix candelaris were investigated for the first time in Poland. Additionally, Pertusaria ophthalmiza is reported for the first time from the Polish Carpathians
13747Malíček J., Palice Z., Bouda F., Czarnota P., Halda J. P., Liška J., Müller A., Peksa O., Svoboda D., Syrovátková L., Vondrák J. & Wagner B. (2008): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 15. jarního setkání Bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS na Sedlčansku. - Lichens recorded during 15th Spring Meeting of the Bryological and Lichenological Section CBS in the Sedlčany region. - Bryonora, 42: 17-30.
The list of 252 taxa recorded in the Sedlčany region (Middle Vltava region, central Bohemia) during the bryological-lichenological meeting in spring 2008 is presented. Four species of lichenized fungi (Agonimia globulifera, Candelariella subdeflexa, Protoparmelia hypotremella, Thelocarpon magnussonii) are reported as new for the Czech Republic. The most interesting records are discussed. A short overview of the lichenofloristic research in the region is given.
9902Svoboda D., Bouda F., Halda J. P., Kukwa M., Liška J., Malíček J., Müller A., Palice Z., Peksa O., Szymczyk R. & Schiefelbein U. (2008): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 14. jarního setkání Bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS na exkurzích na vyškovsku na Moravě. - Bryonora, 41: 12-20.
lichen diversity, Ruprechtov, Rychtářov, Military area Březina, The results of the lichen collecting excursions in Drahanská vrchovina (Vyškov surroundings (Ruprechtov, Military area Březina, Květnice near Tišnov) are presented. Altogether 213 taxa of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi were recorded, one species are reported for the first time from the Czech Republic; rare and newly recorded species are shortly commented
11040Zmrhalová M. & Halda J. P. (2008): Bryoflóra a lichenoflóra české strany Králického Sněžníku – úvod. - Acta musei richnoviensis, sect. Natur., 15(1): 1-5.
596Halda J. P. & Vězda A. (2007): A list of new taxa of lichens and lichenicolous fungi published by Antonín Vězda 1958−2007 by himself or together with co−auctors (Seznam taxonů lišejníků a lichenikolních hub, publikovaných A. Vězdou a spoluautory v letech 1958−2007). - Acta Mus. Richnov. (Sect. natur.), 14(3): 69-92.
2710Peksa O., Bouda F., Halda J. P., Kocourková J., Liška J., Malíček J., Müller A., Palice Z., Slavíková-Bayerová Š., Svoboda D. & Vondrák J. (2007): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 19. podzimních bryologicko-lichenologických dnů na Kokořínsku. - Bryonora, 39: 12-20.
2712Svoboda D., Czarnota P., Bouda F., Halda J. P., Liška J., Kukwa M., Müller A., Palice Z., Peksa O., Šoun J., Zelinková J. & Vondrák J. (2007): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 13. jarního setkání Bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS na exkurzích v Bílých Karpatech a dalších lokalitách na JV Moravě. - Bryonora, 39: 39-49.
1564Czarnota P., Guttová A., Halda J. P., Kukwa M., Liška J., Palice Z., Peksa O., Svoboda D. & Vondrák J. (2006): Lišajníky zaznamenané počas 13. jarného stretnutia bryologickolichenologickej sekcie čbs na exkurzii v Tematínskych vrchoch (Považský Inovec, Slovensko). - Bryonora, 38: 26-39.
7087Halda J.P. (2006): Interesting lichen records from Králický Sněžník Mts. (Glatzer Schneeberg, Czech Republic). - In: Lackovičová A., Guttová A., Lisická E. & Lizoň P. (eds.), Central European lichens – diversity and threat, p. 315–323, Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca.
Abstract – The most important results of a lichenological survey carried out in 2001-2005 in Králický Sněžník are presented. Historical data on occurrence of lichens recently rare in the Czech Republic (viz Biatora helvola, Cyphelium inquinans, Eiglera flavida, Lobaria pulmonaria, Nephroma parile, Psoroma hypnorum, Sphaerophorus fragilis and Strigula stigmatella) were verified in the field. Several species were not recorded in the territory so far (viz Agonimia repleta, Japewia subaurifera, Lecania furfuracea, Lecidea leprarioides, Leptogium subtile, Pyrenula nitida and Sclerophora peronella). Totally, entries on 355 lichen species were gathered up till now. The number is equal to ca 27% of complete national lichen-flora (including historical and bibliographical data). During the current survey 231 species were recorded. Key words – lichenized fungi, phytogeography, floristic research.
7086Palice Z., Guttová A. & Halda J.P. (2006): Lichens new for Slovakia collected in the National Park Muránska planina (W Carpathians). - In: Lackovičová A., Guttová A., Lisická E. & Lizoň P. (eds.), Central European lichens – diversity and threat, p. 179–192, Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca.
Abstract – Seventeen new lichen taxa for Slovakia from the National Park Muránska planina (Central Slovakia, W Carpathians) are reported and shortly commented upon. They include both widely distributed, presumably undercollected, pioneer or ephemeral lichens (Absconditella trivialis, Arthonia muscigena, Gyalidea diaphana, Micarea lithinella, Trapeliopsis glaucolepidea, Vezdaea rheocarpa) as well as lichenogeographically interesting records (Buellia violaceofusca, Calicium montanum, C. pinastri, Caloplaca lucifuga, Chaenotheca sphaerocephala, Lecanora exspersa, Rinodina polysporoides, Verrucaria geophila, V. hegetschweileri). Protoparmelia hypotremella and Scoliciosporum schadeanum are probably partly undercollected species with a subatlantic bias and are apparently widespread in Slovakia, though not common. Key words – lichenized fungi, diversity, threat, lichenogeography.
1559Šoun J., Halda J., Kocourková J., Liška J., Palice Z., Peksa O., Slavíková-Bayerová Š., Svoboda D., Uhlík P. & Vondrák J. (2006): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 16. bryologicko-lichenologických dnů v Kameničkách (CHKO Žďárské vrchy, 2.-5.10.2003). - Bryonora, 38: 39-47.
6192Vondrák J., Halda J., Malíček J., Müller A. & Uhlík P. (2006): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 18. bryologicko-lichenologických dnů v Moravskoslezských Beskydech (22.-25.9.2005). - Bryonora, 37: 19-23.
5591Halda J. (2005): Zajímavé lokality lišejníků v oblasti Orlického Záhoří. - Panorama, 13: 157-158.
6007Halda J.P., Palice Z. & Peksa O. (2005): Tři pozoruhodné nálezy lišejníků z podhůří Orlických hor. - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 13: 317-319.
Candelariella kuusamoensis reported as new to the Czech Republic
5313Palice Z. & Halda J. (2005): Neviditelný svět mikrolišejníků. - Živa, 2005/2: 58-59.
5500Bayerová Š., Halda J., Liška J. & Uhlík P. (2004): Rhizocarpon ridescens a Verrucaria ochrostoma - dva nové druhy lišejníků pro Českou republiku. - Bryonora, 33:26-27.
5501Bayerová Š., Halda J., Liška J. & Uhlík P. (2004): Příspěvek k poznání lichenoflóry Krušných hor. - Bryonora, 33:28-35.
5394Czeika H., Czeika G., Guttová A., Farkas E., Lőkös L. & Halda J. (2004): Phytogeographical and taxonomic remarks on eleven species of cyanophilic lichens from Central Europe. - Preslia, 76(2): 183-192.
3149Halda J. (2003): A taxonomic study of the calcicolous endolitic species of the genus Verrucaria (Ascomycotina, Verrucariales) with the lid-like and radiately opening involucrellum. - Acta Mus. Richnov. (Sect. natur.), 10(1): 1-148.
3128Palice Z., Czarnota P., Kukwa M., Kocourková J., Berger F., Guttová A., Halda J., Peksa O., Uhlík P., Svoboda D. (2003): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 9. Jarního setkání Bryologicko-lichenologické sekce v Hajnici. - Bryonora, 32: 7-17.
Lichenized, lichenicolous and lichen-allied fungi recorded during the 9th Spring Meeting of the Bryological & Lichenological Section of the Czech Botanical Society at Hajnice (Třeboň/Jindřichův Hradec area, South Bohemia) are presented. The list comprises 220 taxa plus two amendments originating from the previous visit of the area by one of the authors. Two new country records (Caloplaca lucifuga, Elixia flexella) are reported. These and five other remarkable finds are shortly discussed and, in most cases, additional Bohemian localities are listed as well
3127Soldán Z., Peksa O., Halda J., Loskotová E., Marková I. & Palice Z. (2003): Mechorosty a lišejníky zaznamenané během XV. Bryologicko-lichenologických dnů ve Velemíně (České středohoří). - Bryonora, 32: 3-7.
2063Printzen C., Halda J., Palice Z. & Tønsberg T. (2002): New and interesting lichen record from old-growth forest stands in the German National Park Bayerischer Wald. - Nova Hedwigia, 74(1-2): 25-49.
1720Halda J. (2001): Příspěvek k poznání lichenoflóry v údolích Metuje a Olešenky. - Acta Mus. Richnov. (Sect. natur.), 8(1): 1-30.
New to the Czech Republic: Agonimia allobata, A. repleta, Placynthiella dasaea
1289Halda J. (1999): Příspěvek k poznání lichenoflóry Orlických hor 2. - Acta Mus. Richnov. (Sect. natur.), 6(1): 1-32.
1550Palice Z., Bayerová Š. & Halda J. (1999): Lišejníky zaznamenané během kryptogamologické exkurze katedry botaniky PřF UK v národním parku Slovenský Raj. - Bryonora, 24: 11-22.
In June 8th-12th 1998, an annual student cryptogamological excursion – organised by the Department of Botany, Charles University, Prague – took place in the area of the Slovenský raj National park (Eastern Slovakia). Results of an informative lichenological exploration in its northern part are summarized. Altogether 159 taxa were identified, of which four species (Anema notarisii, Clauzadea metzleri, Mycobilimbia carneoalbida and Vezdaea stipitata) are reported from Slovakia for the first time.
5496Dětinský R., Bajerová Š. & Halda J. (1998): Několik zajímavých nálezů lišejníků z Poľany (střední Slovensko). - Bryonora, 21: 8-10.
1539Halda J. (1998): Lišejníky Orlických hor. - Živa, 46(1): 14-15.
1291Halda J. (1998): Lichenologicko-botanický průzkum navrhované PR Hlodný. - Orchis, 17(1): 1-5.
840Halda J. (1997): Příspěvek k poznání lichenoflóry Orlických hor. - Acta Mus. Richnov. (Sect. natur.), 4(1): 1-24.