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Таксономия лишайников и лихенофильных грибов

Vondrak J., Riha P., Redchenko O., Vondrakova O., Hrouzek P. Khodosovtsev A., 2011: The Caloplaca crenulatella species complex; its intricate taxonomy and description of a new species. Lichenologist 43 (5): 467-481.

The Caloplaca crenulatella species complex is monophyletic, based on analysis of ITS nrDNA sequensis. It is characterized mainly by its ascospores and a simplified thallus. Caloplaca aquensis, C. borysthenica, C. interfulgens, C. lactea, C. marmorata and C. tominii represent well-defined monophyletic lineages within it. Caloplaca diffusa, described here as a new species, is a well-supported lineage with a distinctive phenotype. Caloplaca crenulatella s. lat. and C. ferrari s.lat. are heterogenous taxa appearing in four and two places respectively within our tree. Caloplaca ochracea also belongs to the group, although it has different ascospore characters. Caloplaca gyalolechiaeformis and C. pseudocitrina are later synonyms of C. tominii. Arctic and North American sorediate specimens morphologically very close to C. tominii represent a separate lineage recently recognized as C. erichansenii. The North American Caloplaca nashii nas a C. cren ulatella phenotype but does not belong to the C. crenulatella complex. The identities of Caloplaca lacteoides and Caloplaca epigaea are not clear, but the latter may be a terricolous ecotype of one of the entities within C. crenulatella s.lat. A key to the European species of the group is provided.

8 августа 2011 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Soun J., Vondrak J., Sochting U., Hrouzek P., Khodosovtsev A., Arup U. 2011: Taxonomy and phylogeny of the Caloplaca cerina group in Europe. The lichenologist, 43(2): 113-135.

Using ITS nr DNA sequence data, the Caloplaca cerina group (Teloschitales) is defined here as a monophyletic, but internally richly branched lineage. The group is also characterized by a combination of morphological and anatomical characters. Its internal lineages are supported by phenotypic characters in addition to ecology and distribution. Within the large C. cerina group, we have found a least 20 phylospecies in the temperate zone of the Northern Hemisphaere. Two species complexes do not produce any vegetative diaspores: the polyphyletic, corticolous Caloplaca cerina s.l. (six separated cryptic or semi-cryptic species) and the monophylecic C. stillicidiorum s.lat. that grows mainly on plant debris, small shrubs and bryophytes and consists of at least four internal lineages. All lineages producing vegetative diaspores (soredia, blastidia, isidia or lobules) are phenotypically characteristic and represent fairly easely distinguishable species species: C. chlorina, C. izidiigera, C. monacensis, C. subalpina, C. thracopontica, C. turcuensis and C. ulmorum. Only the North American sorediate Caloplaca pinicola possibly represents an aggregate of species. Caloplaca sterilis is described as a new species. A key to the phenotypically distinguishable species is provided. Lectotypes are designated as a new species C. albolutea, Caloplaca cerina f. coronulata and for C. monacensis. The Australian C. hanneshertelii belongs to this group, but this and other possible species from the Southern Hemisphere are not treated here in detail. Some species traditionally placed in the C. cerina group due to their similar morphology are excluded here on the basis of our phenotype examinations and molecular data. Caloplaca albolutea, C. mydalaea and C. virescens are uncertain taxa and their identities still remain unclear.

19 февраля 2011 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Vondrák J., Khodosovtsev A., Řiha P. 2008: Caloplaca concreticola (Teloschistaceae), the new species from anthropogenic substrata in Eastern Europe. The Lichenologist 40, 2: 97-104.

Caloplaca concreticola is described here as new. It is morphologically well-characterized, sorediate species from the subgenus Pyrenodesmia, that comprises a part "black-fruited" taxa with an absence of anthraquinones in their apothecia. Currently it is known   from concrete and always occurs close to water (mainly on the walls of water channels). Analysis of nuclear ribosomal ITS sequence data of the new species, togeder with most European species of the subgenus, supports the recognition of the new species as a monophyletic taxon within the Pyrenodesmia clade.

29 января 2011 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Vondrák J., Khodosovtsev A., Lőkös L., Merkulova O. 2010: The identity of type specimens in BP of some names in Caloplaca. Mycotaxon, 111: 241-250.

 Type materials held in BP of 16 specific and intraspecific names now placed to Caloplaca are appraised here. The names Caloplaca balatonica, C. cerinella f. aggregata, C. ferruginea f. microcarpa, C. lactea var. subimmersa, C. lactea f. densa, C. lallevei f. fulva, C. vitellinaria, C. vitellinoides and Gasparrinia granulosa f. flavovirens are reduced into synonymy of older names. We did not find any older synonyms to the names Caloplaca brachyspora, C. flavovirescens var. persica, C. gyalolechiiformis, C. hungarica and C. servitiana. Identity of the names C. lojkae, C. variabilis f. densa, C. variabilis f. geographica is presently unclear. Caloplaca pseudocitrina is reduced into synonymy of C. gyalolechiaeformis. Caloplaca servitiana is considered here different from another "black-fruiting" corticolous species C. oleicola. Lectotypes are designated for Caloplaca brachysporaC. lojkae and C. servitiana.

29 января 2011 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Khodosovtsev O., Ye., Kondratyuk S.Ya., Karnefelt I. (2003): New species of Caloplaca from Crimean peninsula (Ukraine). Ukr. botan. journ., 60 (3): 293-297.

Two new for science lichen species from the familia Teloschistaceae (namely Caloplaca karadagensis Khodos. et S. Kondr and C. geleverjae Khodos. et S. Kondr. are described.

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27 апреля 2010 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Khodosovtsev A. (2005): The genus Candelariella (Candelariaceae, Lecanorales) of the southern Ukraine. Nov. sist.  plant. non vasc., 39: 82-96.

Eighteen species of genus Candelariella on southern Ukraine are given. Among them Candelariella oleifera H. Magn. is a new for Europe, Candelariella efflorescens Harris et Buck, C. deflexa (Nyl.) Zahlbr., C. faginea Nimis, Poelt et Puntillo, C. plumbea Poelt et Vezda, C. oleaginescens Rondon, C. senior Poelt, C. subdeflexa (Nyl.) Lettau, C. viae-lacteae Thor et Wirth are new for Ukraine. The species Candelariella arctica (Korb.) R. Sant. and C. placodizans (Nyl.) H. Magn. are dubious and not found in southern Ukraine. Candelariella cerinella var. unilocularis Elenk. is lectotipificed here and synonimized to Candelariella aurella (Hoffm.) Zahlbr.  The locations of all species, remarks and key to idenify are provided.

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27 апреля 2010 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Khodosovtsev A., Kondratyuk S., Karnefelt I. 2002. Caloplaca albopustulata, a new saxicolous lichen from Crimea Peninsula, Ukraine. Graphis Scripta, 13: 5-8.

Caloplaca albopustulata is described as new from the Crimea Peninsula, Ukraine. It belongs to the group of black fruited species with gray thallus. It is mainly characterized by pustulate pruinose outgrowths developing both in the central portions and the margins. The new species is compared with a few other related taxa.

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24 января 2010 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Khodosovtsev A.Ye., Naumovich G.O., Elix J. A., Kondratyuk S.Ya. 2009: Lecanora panticapaensis sp. nova and Buelliella poetshii, two noteworthy species from Ukraine. Bibl. Lichenologica, 100: 189-197.

Lecanora panticapaensis Khodosovtsev, Naumovich, Elix & S. Y. Kondr., the first sorediate representative of the L. frustulosa group, is newly described. Notes on the noteworthy Buelliella poetshii Hafellner, a lichenicolous fungus on Endocarpon species, are provided. Both species are found on siliceous black schist outcrops in the Kryvyi Rih ironstone pool, Dnipropetrovs’ka oblast, Ukraine. 

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Kondratyuk S., Zelenko S., Breuss O., Khodosovtsev A.  2007: Polyblastia nevoi and Caloplaca wasseri - two new lichens from Israel. Ukr. Botan. Journ., 64 (5): 687-691.

Polyblastia nevoi S. Zelenko, O. Breuss & S. Kondr. sp. nov., differing from Agonimia allobata by smaller ascospores and lack of three-layered perithecium wall, from Upper Galilee (Israel) as well as Caloplaca wasseri Khodosovtsev et S. Kondr. sp. nov., differing from Caloplaca phlogina by endolithic thal lus with punctiform soralia and wider ascospores, from Negev desert (Israel) are described, compared with allied fungi and illustrated.

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25 января 2007 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Kondratyuk S. Ya., Khodosovtsev A.Ye., Karnefelt I., 2006: Limoniella caloplacae sp. nova (Leothiales), a new lichenicolous fungus on Caloplaca borysthenica sp. nova (Lecanorales, Ascomycota).  Mycologia Balcanica, N3: 95-99. 

Llimoniella caloplacae S.Kondr. & Khodosovtsev sp. nova growing on Caloplaca borysthenica Khodosovtsev et S. Kondr. sp. nova from naked loess and mosses in the Festuco-Limonetea plant communities of the southern part of Ukraine are described, illustated, and compared with allied taxa.

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van den Boom P.P.G., Khodosovtsev A. 2004: Notes on Lecania in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Graphis Scripta. 16: 1-10.

The examination of type specimens of the lichen genus Lecania originating from Central Asia and Eastern Europe showed that L. alexandrae Tomin is a synonym of L. ephedrae Elenkin, L. prasinoides Elenkin is a synonym of L. cyrtella (Ach.) Th.Fr. and L. diplococca M.Steiner & Poelt is a synonym of L. bullata Oxner. L. globulosa Savicz is a synonym of Micarea nitschkeana (Lahm ex Rabenh.) Harm. and L. zinaidae Oxner is a synonym of Arthonia apatetica (A. Massal.) Th.Fr. The lichenicolous Lecania species L. ferganae Oxner and L. triseptata (Vain.) Zahlbr. are accepted. The latter species is reported for the first time from Russia. Additional specimens of L. cyrtella (Ach.) Th.Fr.,  L. fuscella (Schaer.) Korb., L. inundata (Korb.) M.Mayrhofer, L. polycycla (Anzi) Lettau  and L. turicensis (Hepp) Mull.Arg. from the Southern Ukraine are recorded. 

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1 февраля 2004 - | Подробнее | 0 комментариев

Khodosovtsev, A., Kondratyuk, S. & Karnefelt, I. 2004. Candelariella boikoi, a new lichen species from Eurasia. Graphis Scripta 16: 11–15.

Candelariella boikoi sp. nov. is characterized by golden-yellow apothecia and an uneven tuberculate, grey-green thallus without a cortical layer. The new species grows on small twigs of vascular plants in the southernmost  steppes and semi-deserts of Eurasia. It is compared with a number of other sparse-pigmented Candelariella spp. and a key is given.

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