Participants: • Irmgard Greilhuber, Austria • Armic Mesic, Croatia
• Irja Saar, Estonia
• Tea von Bonsdorff, Finland
• Claudia Perini, Italy
• Reda Irsenaite, Lithuania
• John Bjarne Jordal, Norway
• Tor Erik Brandrud, Norway
• Iza Kalunka, Poland
• Susana Gonçalves, Portugal
• Tatyana Svetashova, Russia
• Anders Dahlberg, Sweden
• Martyn Ainsworth, UK
• Greg Mueller, US
This is a three-month project aiming to have 200 species predominantly distributed in Europe assessed by the end of March and officially red-listed by IUCN by the end of 2019. The success will depend on that many mycologists will contribute with information and be in charge of the assessments. This initiative is supported by IUCN and facilitated by Anders Dahlberg. The assessments of the species will be finalize during a workshop March 25-29th with 14 invited mycologists and staff from IUCN.
Armillaria tabescens, habitus, phot. I. Krisai-Greilhuber
Armillaria tabescens (Scop.) Emel
Because it is very rare in all the areas the author has sampled; it is related to oak forests, ...
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A, Calopadia saxicola, holotype (black arrows pointing to the apothecia, white arrow pointing to the prothallus); B, details of apothecia; C, details of 3-spored asci and muriform ascospores; D, anatomical section of apothecium. Scales: A=1 cm; B=1mm
Calopadia saxicola Gumboski
Calopadia saxicola is known only from two sites of rocky seashores in Southern Brazil (c. 65km ...