TITLE

LICHENS OF VEPSSKY FOREST PROTECTED AREA (EASTERN LENINGRAD REGION, RUSSIA) WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE INDICATOR SPECIES OF HABITATS WITH LONG ECOLOGICAL CONTINUITY

AUTHOR(S)
KUZNETSOVA, Ekaterina; HIMELBRANT, Dmitry; TITOV, Alexander
PUB. DATE
September 2007
SOURCE
Botanica Lithuanica;2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p171
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The paper deals with lichen flora of Vepssky Forest Protected Area situated in the Eastern Leningrad Region (northwestern Russia). In total 183 species of lichens and allied fungi are reported. Eight species of lichens — Biatora flavopunctata, Bryoria fremontii, Chaenotheca cf. gracilenta, Chaenotheca laevigata, Lecidea enclitica, Lepraria lobificans, Multiclavula vernalis, Pyrrhospora elabens and three species of lichenicolous fungi — Chaenothecopsis nigra, Chaenothecopsis viridi-alba, Dactylospora deminuta — are reported here for the first time in the Leningrad Region. Chaenotheca sphaerocephala and Lecanora cf. ramulicola are new for Russia. A total of 38 species are indicators of habitats with long ecological continuity.
ACCESSION #
31626477

 

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