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The effect of habitat conditions on the lichens of selected Jewish cemeteries in Podlasie(northeastern Poland)

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A list of lichen species collected in the Jewish cemeteries in Podlasie in northeastern Poland is presented. In total, 83 species have been recorded. They include epilithic (53 species), epiphytic (28) and epigeic (11) lichens. Eleven species belong to the group of threatened lichens in Poland (Evernia prunastri, Hypogymnia tubulosa, Psilolechia lucida, Ramalina fraxinea, Rhizocarpon grande, R h . lavatum, R h . petraeum, Stereocaulon condensatum, S. tomentosum, Xanthoparmelia pulla, X. verruculifera). The Jewish cemeteries are the sole occurrence for rare lichen species in northeastern Poland such as Rhizocarpon grande and Rh. lavatum.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Biology, University of Białystok


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