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Two New Lichen Species, Thelopsis ullungdoensis and Phylloblastia gyeongsangbukensis from Korea

Mycobiology 2020년 48권 6호 p.443 ~ 449
Halda Josef P., 오순옥, Liu Dong, Lee Beeyoung Gun, Kondratyuk Sergey Y., Lokos Laszlo, 박정신, 우정재, 허재선,
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 ( Halda Josef P. ) - University of Hradec Kralove Faculty of Science Department of Biology
오순옥 ( Oh Soon-Ok ) - Korea National Arboretum
 ( Liu Dong ) - Sunchon National University Korean Lichen Research Institute
 ( Lee Beeyoung Gun ) - Baekdudaegan National Arboretum
 ( Kondratyuk Sergey Y. ) - M. H. Kholodny Institute of Botany
 ( Lokos Laszlo ) - Hungarian Natural History Museum Department of Botany
박정신 ( Park Jung-Shin ) - Korea National Arboretum
우정재 ( Woo Jung-Jae ) - Korea National Arboretum
허재선 ( Hur Jae-Seoun ) - Sunchon National University Korean Lichen Research Institute

Abstract


Two new species, Thelopsis ullungdoensis and Phylloblastia gyeongsangbukensis are described from Ullung-Do (Island), South Korea. The closest relatives from Europe and Korea are epiphytic 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?700?μm in diam.), oblong halonate ascospores (8?12?×?6?8?μm) and its habitat of smooth bark of deciduous trees. P. gyeongsangbukensis differs from its relatives within the genus in having 5-septate ascospores (22?26?×?6?8?μm), semi-immersed, subglobose ascomata with a flattened top (250?400?μm) and a thin, matt, uneven gray-brown to gray-green continuous thallus without isidia.

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Key; stictidaceae; verrucariaceae; lichenized Ascomycota; Korea

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