Felix Schumm

Felix Schumm
Lichenologisches Institut Dr. Schumm

Dr., Dip.-Phys, StD a.D

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persons which want contact me should send an email to: fschumm(at)online.de. Usually I do not answer requests in researchgate because it is for me complicated and terrible timewasting. Easy email works much easier (can give e.g. private download links)

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Numerous new taxa and classifications of Dothideomycetes have been published following the last monograph of families of Dothideomycetes in 2013. A recent publication by Honsanan et al. in 2020 expanded information of families in Dothideomycetidae and Pleosporomycetidae with modern classifications. In this paper, we provide a refined updated docume...
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Schwarz, U., Schumm F. (2019): Contribution to the bryophyte flora of Madeira Island. Frahmia 15:1-22. During field trips in Madeira 2018, 173 bryophyte taxa were collected. The list of the taxa and the location of collection is given. Platyhypnidium torrenticola, so far only know from the Canary Islands, was also found. An illustration and comment...
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Eopyrenula intermedia is a new finding for Eurasia. Fauriea orientochinensis and Hafellia subnexa are reported for the first time for Russia, from Sakhalin Island. A further seventeen species are noteworthy for Sakhalin Island, including two species new to the Russian Far East and five species new to the southern part of the region.
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Konoreva, L., Tchabanenko, S., Ezhkin, A., Schumm, F. & Chesnokov, S. 2018. New and noteworthy lichen and allied fungi records from Sakhalin Island, Far East of Russia. – Herzogia 31: 276–292. Lecanora loekoesii and Chrysothrix xanthina are reported for the first time for Russia from the Sakhalin region. Bactrospora brodoi is new for Asia. A furthe...
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Eighteen new to science species, i.e.: 13 taxa from South Korea (Astroplaca loekoesiana S. Y. Kondr., E. Farkas, J.-J. Woo et J.-S. Hur, Buellia ulleungdoensis S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Candelariella hakulinenii S. Y. Kondr., L. Lőkös et J.-S. Hur, Flavoplaca laszloana S. Y. Kondr. et J.-S. Hur, Lichenostigma epiporpidiae S. Y. Kondr., L...
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The following 46 new species of Trypetheliaceae are described: Astrothelium aenascens Aptroot from Papua New Guinea, which is similar to A. aenoides but differs by the hamathecium which is not inspersed; A. alboverrucoides Aptroot from Indonesia with globose ascomata with constricted base, internally similar to A. megaspermum ; A. clypeatum Aptroot...
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A revision of 245 Heterodermia s.lat. collections from Thailand preserved in RAMK, herb. F. Schumm and herb. K. Kalb is presented. The 39 species found in this material are assigned to the genera Heterodermia Trevis. s.str. with a lower cortex and Pachysporaria-type ascospores (without sporoblastidia), Leucodermia Kalb, gen. nov., with foliose to s...
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his book includes photographs of a selection of typical Australasian lichens, many of which have been distributed in the LICHENES AUSTRALASICI EXSICCATI (issued by J.A. Elix 1982-1994) as well as some additional species. In addition to the overall images, photographs of selected stained and unstained sections, spores and HPTLC-plates are included....
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This book includes photographs of a selection of typical Australasian lichens, many of which have been distributed in the LICHENES AUSTRALASICI EXSICCATI (issued by J.A. Elix 1982-1994) as well as some additional species. In addition to the overall images, photographs of selected stained and unstained sections, spores and HPTLC-plates are included....
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Dothideomycetes comprise a highly diverse range of fungi characterized mainly by asci with two wall layers (bitunicate asci) and often with fissitunicate dehiscence. Many species are saprobes, with many asexual states comprising important plant pathogens. They are also endophytes, epiphytes, fungicolous, lichenized, or lichenicolous fungi. They occ...
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The species described in or referred to the genus Melanophloea, traditionally referred to the Thelocarpaceae, are discussed. Detailed observations on two species, including the type species, show that they have not much more in common than their polysporous ascus. Melanophloea is reduced to the type species, M. pacifica. It shows a close resemblanc...
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Trapeliopsis gymnidiata, a terricolous species from the Canary Islands, is described as new to science. It has previously been confused with T. wallrothii, but differs by the soft, partly decorticate isidia, or rather gymnidia, that leave inconspicuous scars after falling off. Trapeliopsis wallrothii is known only from high mountains in Macaronesia...
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Six new species of the genus Pyrenula are described as new to science from various countries in the tropics. Pyrenula borneensis is described from Borneo, P. endocrocea from the Philippines, P. hawaiiensis from Hawaii, P. rinodinospora from Papua New Guinea, P. rubrojavanica from Java, and P. thailandica from Papua New Guinea, India and Thailand.
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The new species Parmeliella borbonica is described. It belongs in a small group of species, which, unlike all other Parmeliella species except those of the Parmeliella mariana group, have thalline squamulose margins of the apothecia, and are thus superficially reminiscent of Pannaria. The group is mainly Indo-pacific. A key to the species is given....
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Chimeras with green algae are reported for the first time from a lichen outside the Peltigerales, viz. the cyanophilous Lichinomycete Phyllopeltula corticola. The species is reported here to be pantropical, based on additional collections from Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Thailand and the Philippines.
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John, V., de Bruyn, U., Dolnik, C., Schumm, F., Spier, L., Stapper, N. J. & Brackel, W. v. 2011. Lichens and lichenicolous fungi of the Pfälzerwald (BLAM Meeting 2010). – Herzogia 24: 297–313. A list of lichens and lichenicolous fungi from twelve visited sites during the BLAM-excursion in 2010 to the Pfälzerwald (Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany) is presen...
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Aptroot, A., Schumm, F. & Gabriel, R. 2009. Lichens new to the Azores collected on Terceira. - Herzogia 22: 147-152. Forty-six lichen species and one variety are reported for the first time from the Azores. All were collected during a one-week field course on Terceira and include the first record of Biatora britannica outside Britain, and a record...
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Neofuscelia canariensis and N. stenosporonica from the Canary Islands and Xanthoparmelia madeirensis from Madeira are described as new to science. In addition, three species of Parmeliaceae are reported for the first time from Madeira.
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Lobaria meridionalis (= L. pulmonaria var. meridionalis) werden als Irrtum betrachtet und das untersuchte Material wird in L. pulmonaria f. papillaris eingeschlossen. L. patinifera ist von Madeira nicht bekannt und wird als eine von L. sublaevis unter-scheidbare Art aufgefasst. L. variegata wird mit L. virens synonymisiert. Von L. linita und L. hal...
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Parmotrema negrosorientalum from the Philippines is described as new to science. In addition, 13 species of Parmeliaceae are reported for the first time for the Philippines.

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Iran – with 1,640,000 square kilometres area, in the southwest of Asia- of the northern hemisphere, has its specific combination of different elements of life and a special ecosystem and biodiversity due to various factors including different climatic conditions, high mountains all around and a large desert in the centre. The Irano-Turanian Phytogeographical region is the most significant part of the country. The Lichen Flora of Iran is an active project, started in May 2016 and is being implemented step by step by Iranian lichenologists. The Museum of Iranian Lichen and ICH herbarium are key infrastructures for progressing and managing this project. International experts and lichen taxonomists from all over the world collaborate on this project and review the selected specimens available to them from Iran and SW Asia. The goal of this project is to compile a comprehensive lichen flora of Iran in digital and printed form.