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Hazslinszkya gibberulosa

Hazslinszkya gibberulosa (Ach.) Körb., Parerga lichenol. (Breslau) 3: 258 (1861) [1865].

Arthonia gibberulosa Ach., Lich. Univ.: 142 (1810).

           Index Fungorum number: IF 541102; Facesoffungi number: FoF11878, Fig. 1

Description: see Körber (1865); Redinger (1938); Wirth et al. (2013); Ertz and Diederich (2015).

Material considered: see Körber (1865); Redinger (1938); Wirth et al. (2013); Ertz and Diederich (2015).

Fig. 1 Hazslinszkya gibberulosa (Switzerland, BR, syntype of Melaspilea deformis, re-drawn from Fig. 4e, 5 g, h in Ertz and Diederich 2015). a, b Apothecia. c Longitudinal section through apothecia. d Hamathecium and asci. e Ascospores. Scale bars: a, b = 100 μm, c = 50 μm, d, e = 10 μm.

Importance and distribution

Hazslinszkya comprises only one species known on bark of trees such as Carpinus, Fagus, Fraxinus in forests and is not lichenized (Ertz and Diederich 2015). Hazslinszkya has been reported from Europe (Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland) (Ertz and Diederich 2015).

 

References

Ertz D, Diederich P. 2015 − Dismantling Melaspileaceae: a first phylogenetic study of BuelliellaHemigraphaKarschiaLabrocarpon and Melaspilea. Fungal Diversity 71, 141–164.

Körber GW. 1865 − Parerga lichenological: Erga╠łnzungen zum Systema lichenum Germaniae (Breslau) 3, 258.

Redinger K. 1938 − Graphidaceae, in Arthoniaceae, Graphidaceae, Chiodectonaceae, Dirinaceae, Roccellaceae, Lecanactidaceae, Thelotremaceae, Diploschistaceae, Gyalectaceae & Coenogoniaceae. In Rabenhorst’s Kryptogamen-Flora von Deutschland, Oesterreich und der Schweiz. IX Band, 2 Abt., Part 1, 181–404. Leipzig, E. Kummer.

Santesson R, Moberg R, Nordin A, Tonsberg T, Vitikainen O. 2004 – Lichen-forming and Lichenicolous Fungi of Fennoscandia. Uppsala: Museum of Evolution, Uppsala University.

Wirth V, Hauck M, Schultz M. 2013 – Die Flechten Deutschlands. Bande 1 & 2. Stuttgart: Ulmer.

 

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