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Ukr. Bot. J. 2018, 75(2): 179–186
https://doi.org/10.15407/ukrbotj75.02.179
Floristic Records

Floristic records of mosses, lichens and lichenicolous fungi from Hutsulschyna National Nature Park

Nyporko S.O., Barsukov O.O., Kapets N.V.
Abstract

Results of the research conducted during 2016–2017 in Hutsulshchyna National Nature Park are reported. Main goals of our study were to obtain new information on distribution of liverworts, mosses, lichens and allied fungi of the study area and to find new localities of rare species. The data on 25 new for Hutsulschyna National Nature Park species are provided: lichen Arctoparmelia incurva, lichenicolous fungi Marchandiomyces corallinus, Phaeopyxis punctum, liverworts Barbilophozia sudetica, Calypogeia integristipula, Crossocalyx hellerianum, Lejeunea cavifolia, Scapania nemorea, and mosses Atrichum tenellum, Brachythecium mildeanum, B. rivulare, Bryum subapiculatum, Campylium protensum, C. sommerfeltii, Ditrichum flexicaule, Grimmia laevigata, Homomallium incurvatum, Hygroamblystegium varium, Orthotrichum affine, O. diaphanum, O. pallens, Plagiomnium affine, Pseudoleskeella catenulata, Thuidium recognitum, Zygodon rupestris. A genus Phaeopyxis (species P. punctum) of lichenicolous fungi and a lichen species Arctoparmelia incurva are newly reported for Ukraine. A lichenicolous fungus Marchandiomyces corallinus is first registered for the Ukrainian Carpathians. Detailed localities for each species are presented, their ecological and biogeographical issues are discussed. Following our research, 53 species of liverworts, 204 species of mosses, 217 species of lichens and lichenicolous fungi are known in Hutsulshchyna National Nature Park.

Keywords: new for Ukraine, lichens, allied fungi, bryophytes, Carpathians

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