This is a report of a revision of 565 herbarium specimens of lichens, lichenicolous or non-lichenized fungi and additional locality records of common species produced from a visit of the Russian-Finnish expedition to Vodlozersky National Park right after its foundation in 1991. The analyzed collection and field records represent the earliest information about the lichen flora of the territory of the park. In total, 177 species are listed including 173 lichens, 3 non-lichenized and 1 lichenicolous fungi. Xylographa rubescens is new to the Republic of Karelia. Twenty two species are reported for the first time for biogeographic province Karelia transonegensis; 47 species for the Karelian part of Vodlozersky National Park; and 17 species for the whole territory of the park.

Анотація наукової статті з біологічних наук, автор наукової роботи - Tarasova V.N., Ahti T., Vitikainen O., Sonina A.V., Myllys L.


Ревізія колекції лишайників і близьких до них грибів з Водлозерскій національного парку (Республіка Карелія, Росія) в гербарії Ботанічного музею університету Гельсінкі

Наводяться результати ревізії 565 гербарних зразків лишайників і близьких до них грибів, а також польові записи про місцезнаходження поширених видів, отримані під час першої російсько-фінської ліхенологіческой експедиції в Водлозерский національний парк відразу після його заснування в 1991 році Проаналізована колекція і результати польових спостережень є найбільш ранніми відомостями про Ліхенофлора даної території і включають 177 видів, серед яких 173 лишайника, 3 неліхенізірованних гриба і 1 ліхенофільні гриб. один вид Xylographa rubescens виявлений в Республіці Карелія вперше, 22 види є новими для біогеографічної провінції Karelia transonegensis. Для карельської частини парку вперше наводиться 47 видів, для всієї території парку 17.


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    Текст наукової роботи на тему «THE REVISION OF LICHENS, LICHENICOLOUS AND NON-LICHENIZED FUNGI FROM THE VODLOZERSKY NATIONAL PARK (REPUBLIC OF KARELIA, RUSSIA) IN THE HERBARIUM OF THE BOTANICAL MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI»

    ?The revision of lichens, lichenicolous and non-lichenized fungi from the Vodlozersky National Park (Republic of Karelia, Russia) in the Herbarium of the Botanical Museum, University of Helsinki

    V. N. Tarasova1, T. Ahti2, O. Vitikainen2, A. V. Sonina1, L. Myllys2

    'Petrozavodsk State University, Petrozavodsk, Russia 2Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki, Finland Corresponding author. V. N. Tarasova, Ця електронна адреса захищена від спам-ботів. Вам потрібно увімкнути JavaScript, щоб побачити її.

    Abstract. This is a report of a revision of 565 herbarium specimens of lichens, lichenicolous or non-lichenized fungi and additional locality records of common species produced from a visit of the Russian-Finnish expedition to Vodlozersky National Park right after its foundation in 1991. The analyzed collection and field records represent the earliest information about the lichen flora of the territory of the park. In total, 177 species are listed including 173 lichens, 3 non-lichenized and 1 lichenicolous fungi. Xylographa rubescens is new to the Republic of Karelia. Twenty two species are reported for the first time for biogeographic province Karelia transonegensis; 47 species for the Karelian part of Vodlozersky National Park; and 17 species for the whole territory of the park.

    Keywords: Xylographa rubescens, lichen flora, middle taiga, Karelia transonegensis, Northwest European Russia.

    Ревізія колекції лишайників і близьких до них грибів з Водлозерскій національного парку (Республіка Карелія, Росія) в гербарії Ботанічного музею університету Гельсінкі

    В. Н. Тарасова1, Т. Ахті2, О. Вітікайнен2, А. В. Соніна1, Л. Мюллюс2

    1Петрозаводскій державний університет, Петрозаводськ, Росія 2Фінскій музей природної історії університету м Гельсінкі, Фінляндія Автор для листування. В. Н. Тарасова, Ця електронна адреса захищена від спам-ботів. Вам потрібно увімкнути JavaScript, щоб побачити її.

    Резюме. Наводяться результати ревізії 565 гербарних зразків лишайників і близьких до них грибів, а також польові записи про місцезнаходження поширених видів, отримані під час першої російсько-фінської ліхенологіческой експедиції в Водлозерский національний парк відразу після його заснування в 1991 році Проаналізована колекція і результати польових спостережень є найбільш ранніми відомостями про Ліхенофлора даної території і включають 177 видів, серед яких 173 лишайника, 3 - неліхенізі-рова гриба і 1 - ліхенофільні гриб. Один вид - Xylographa rubescens - виявлений в Республіці Карелія вперше, 22 види є новими для біогеографічної провінції Karelia transonegensis. Для карельської частини парку вперше наводиться 47 видів, для всієї території парку - 17.

    Ключові слова: Xylographa rubescens, Ліхенофлора, середня тайга, Karelia transonegensis, Північно-Захід європейській частині Росії.

    https://doi.org/1031111/nsnr/2019.532337

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    Vodlozersky National Park is the largest (468 300 ha) protected area in the territory of Northwest Russia, as well as in Europe as a whole. The park is located in two administrative regions: the Arkhangelsk Region (337 600 ha) and the Republic of Karelia (130 600 ha). The physiogeographic characteristics of the area, which represents the middle taiga zone, were described in a previous paper in detail (Ignatenko, Tarasova 2017). A special feature for the area is the presence of native larch, Larix archan-gelica P. Lawson (= L. sukaczewii Dylis, L. sibirica s. Lat.), Protected tree species in the Republic of Karelia (2007), near its westernmost boundary in Europe. The larch trees are normally old (110-250 years), giant (21-33 m tall) (Kishchenko, 2015) and harbour a number of lichens characteristic of old pine forests. Otherwise, the dominant trees are spruce (Picea abies complex), Pinus sylvestris L. and birch (Betulapubescens Ehrh. And B. pendula Roth).

    The park was founded on April 20, 1991. Only two months thereafter, in June 1991 року, a Russian-Finnish lichenological expedition explored areas around Lake Onega. The following lichenologists took part in this trip: T. Ahti, O. Vitikainen, and M. Kuusinen from Finland, and M. P. Andreev, M. P. Zhurbenko, and A. N. Titov from Russia. Two days were spent in the territory of the Karelian part of Vodlozersky National Park. Their collections turned out to be the first lichen collections from this area. The specimens collected by T. Ahti and O. Vitikainen are now preserved in the Herbarium of the Botanical Museum, University of Helsinki (H). The rest have apparently, unfortunately, been lost. However, T. Ahti and O. Vitikainen also used a floristic inventory sheet to record all easily identifiable lichens. That list is preserved in the floristic archives in H, and the data now edited for this paper.

    Very few records based on this expedition have been published (e. G., Vitikainen, 1994; Fadeeva et al, 2007; Kukwa, 2011). A quarter of the collections remained unidentified until some authors (V. Tarasova, A. Sonina et L. Myllys) recently named them.

    Despite more than 25 years of lichenological studies at Vodlozersky National Park, only scattered data were published in various sources (Tarasova, Stepanova, 2001; Tarasova, Stepanchikova, 2016 року; Tarasova et al, 2016 2017; Androsova et al, 2018). Recently data on Arkhangelsk part of the park were published (Tarasova et al, 2019).

    The aim of this work was to inventory of lichen collection, kept in H, in the process of study of total lichen biodiversity of Vodlozersky park.

    Material and Methods

    All specimens in H collected in Vodlozersky National Park in тисяча дев'ятсот дев'яносто один were examined in 2018. Totally, 156 herbarium packets were inventoried, of which 34 were without species identification.

    Whilst working with herbarium specimens, special attention was paid to mixed samples, in which all species present were identified.

    Specimens were identified by using standard microscopic techniques and chemical spot tests. Lichen substances were occasionally identified by a standard thin-layer chromatography (TLC) technique in the Herbarium of the Botanical Museum, Uni-

    versity of Helsinki, and Laboratory of Experimental Botany of Petrozavodsk State University, Petrozavodsk, using solvent systems A, B, C and G (Orange et al., 2001). In total, 22 specimens were identified using TLC.

    Several specimens from the herbarium had previously been revised (sometimes by using TLC) and confirmed by specialists in different taxonomic groups: P. Halonen, S. Lommi, M. Kukwa, T. Spribille, E. Timdal, or S. Velmala.

    List of collecting places. Russia, Republic of Karelia. Karelia transonegensis. Pudozh District: Vodlozersky National Park. A: NE shore of Lake Vodlozero, along Tonda River, 62 ° 25'57.7 "N, 37 ° 04'03.7" E, 140-160 m a. s. l., riverine deciduous and old spruce forests, 22 VI 1991 року, Ahti, Vitikainen; B: at NE corner of Lake Vodlozero, by outlet of Sukhaya Vodla River, 62 ° 24'48.7 "N, 37 ° 05'59.9" E, 140 m a. s. l., surroundings of abandoned farm, 22 VI 1991 року, Ahti, Vitikainen; C: near NE corner of Lake Vodlozero, along Sukhaya Vodla River, above Ustinskie Rapids, 62 ° 24'41.4 "N, 37 ° 06'15.9" E, 130 m a. s. l., riverine deciduous forest, 22 VI 1991 року, Ahti, Vitikainen; D: between Sukhaya Vodla and Tonda Rivers, 62 ° 25'19.7 "N, 37 ° 04'05.6" E, 140 m a. s. l., swampy forest, 22 VI 1991 року, Ahti, Vitikainen; E: Kuganavok village, 62 ° 14'16.3 "N, 37 ° 53'12.5" E, 140 m a. s. l., on pier and trees in village harbour, 23 VI 1991 року, Ahti.

    Results

    Based on the collection revision and analysis of the field records, a list of species was compiled. The list includes references for representative specimens with following abbreviations of collectors names: OV - Orvo Vitikainen, TA - Teuvo Ahti. All specimens are kept in H. Date of collection 22-23 VI 1991 is not mentioned in specimen citation.

    Taxa are arranged in alphabetical order; the nomenclature follows mainly Nordin et al. (2011), except for genus Bryoria (Boluda et al., 2019) and Pertusaria (Hafellner, Turk, 2016). Abbreviations and symbols: # - lichenicolous fungi; + - non-lichenized fungi; sr - sight record only; ! - new for the whole Karelia; kVNP! - new for the Karelian part of Vodlozersky National Park; VNP! - new for Vodlozersky National Park; Kon - the biogeographic province Karelia onegensis; Kton! - new for the bio-geographic province Karelia transonegensis. Species included in the Red Data Book of the Republic of Karelia (2007) are marked as RK, and those in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation (2008) - RR. For species analyzed by TLC the lichen substances are indicated.

    Acolium inquinans (Sm.) A. Massal. - B: on wood of burnt stump, TA 50053.

    + Agyrium rufum (Pers.) Fr. - C: on wood of burnt stump, TA 50088. kVNP! VNP! Kton!

    Alectoria sarmentosa (Ach.) Ach. - A: on bark of branches of Picea spp., OV 12530, OV 12548.

    Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins et Scheid. - E: on wood, TA 50107f.

    Arctoparmelia centrifuga (L.) Hale - B: on rocks (sr). kVNP!

    Arthonia mediella Nyl. - C: on bark of trunks of Sorbus aucuparia L., OV 12577, TA 50105a.

    A. radiata (Pers.) Ach. - C: on bark of trunks of Sorbus aucuparia, TA 50105a.

    Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Korb. - C: on rocks (sr). kVNP! VNP!

    A. verrucigera Hue - A: on stone, TA 50081. kVNP! VNP! Kton! The species was only known from province Kon in Karelia (Magnusson, 1939; see Fadeeva et al, 2007).

    Athallia pyracea (Ach.) Arup et al. - B: on bark of Populus tremula L., TA 50076. Baeomyces rufus (Huds.) Rebent. - A: on bare soil, TA 50084. Det. S. Lommi. Biatora efflorescens (Hedl.) Rasanen - D: on bark of trunk of Populus tremula, TA 50055.

    B. ocelliformis (Nyl.) Arnold - A: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana (L.) Moench., TA 50091. Bilimbia microcarpa (Th. Fr.) Th. Fr. - A, B: on bark of basal trunk of Populus tremula,

    OV12525, TA 50037.

    Bryoria fuscescens (Gyeln.) Brodo et D. Hawksw. - A, B: on bark and snags of branches of Picea spp., Branches and trunks of Betula spp., Larix archangelica and Pinus sylvestris. Included Bryoria capillaris (Ach.) Brodo et D. Hawksw. and B. vrangiana (Gyeln.) Brodo et D. Hawksw. as synonyms of B. fuscescens, according to the recent data (Boluda et al., 2019).

    B. fremontii (Tuck.) Brodo et D. Hawksw. - A: on bark of branches of Picea spp., OV 12550. One specimen possibly contains vulpinic acid, det. S. Velmala; DNA voucher GQ398397, det. L. Myllys. RK, RR.

    B. furcellata (Fr.) Brodo et D. Hawksw. - A, B: on bark of branches of Picea spp., Trunks of Betula spp. and Larix archangelica, OV 12546.

    B. nadvornikiana (Gyeln.) Brodo et D. Hawksw. - A, B: on bark of branches and snags of Picea spp., OV 12557. RK.

    B. simplicior (Vain.) Brodo et D. Hawksw. - B: on bark of Larix archangelica, TA 50066. Buellia disciformis (Fr.) Mudd - A-C: on bark of trunks of Alnus incana, Salix caprea L. and Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12577.

    B. erubescens Arnold - A-C: on bark of trunks of Alnus incana and Sorbus aucuparia, TA 50090. kVNP! Kton!

    B. griseovirens (Turner et Borrer ex Sm.) Almb. - B: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana, TA 50041. The specimen contains norstictic acid and atranorin, conf. I. Stepanchikova.

    Calicium trabinellum (Ach.) Ach. - A: on wood of burnt stump, OV 12520.

    C. viride Pers. - D: on bark of Larix archangelica (sr).

    Caloplaca cerina (Hedw.) Th. Fr. - B: on bark of Populus tremula (sr). Carbonicola anthracophila (Nyl.) Bendiksby et Timdal - A, D: on wood of burnt stumps, OV 12538b, TA 50049. kVNP! VNP!

    C. myrmecina (Ach.) Bendiksby et Timdal - A, B, D: on wood of burnt stump, OV 12538a, TA 50049. Det. E. Timdal. kVNP!

    Cetraria sepincola (Ehrh.) Ach. - B: on bark of branches of Larix archangelica, TA 50067a. Chaenotheca chrysocephala (Turner ex Ach.) Th. Fr. - B: at bark of trunk base of Picea spp., TA 50044.

    C. ferruginea (Turner ex Sm.) Mig. - A: on bark of trunk of Larix archangelica, OV 12507. #Chaenothecopsis consociata (Nadv.) A. F. W. Schmidt - B: on thalli of Chaenotheca chrysocephala at trunk base of Picea spp., TA 50044.

    + C. fennica (Laurila) Tibell - A: on wood of burnt stump, OV 12520. Cladonia arbuscula (Wallr.) Flot. - A-D, common on soil (sr). C. borealis S. Stenroos - B: on soil (sr). kVNP! C. botrytes (K. G. Hagen) Willd. - A-C: on wood (sr). C. carneola (Fr.) Fr. - A: on wood (sr).

    C. cenotea (Ach.) Schaer. - A: on bark of burnt stump, at trunk base of Pinus sylvestris, OV 12509.

    C. chlorophaea (Florke ex Sommerf.) Spreng. - C: on earth bank (sr). C. coniocraea (Florke) Spreng. - A: at trunk base of Sorbus aucuparia, TA 50092a. C. cornuta (L.) Hoffm. - A-D: on soil and wood, common (sr). C. crispata (Ach.) Flot. - D: forest floor (sr). C. deformis (L.) Hoffm. - C: on wood (sr).

    C. digitata (L.) Hoffm. - B: at basal trunk of Larix archangelica, TA 50039.

    C. fimbriata (L.) Fr. - B: on wood (sr).

    C. furcata (Huds.) Schrad. - B: on soil, uncommon (sr).

    C. gracilis (L.) Willd. subsp. elongata (Wulfen) Vain. - B: on soil in pine-lichen woodland, TA 50075. kVNP!

    C. gracilis subsp. turbinata (Ach.) Ahti - A-D: on soil and wood, very common (sr). C. macilenta Hoffm. - B: on wood (sr).

    C. norvegica Tonsberg et Holien. - D: on logs of Picea spp. in spruce swamp, TA 50064. kVNP! VNP!

    C. parasitica (Hoffm.) Hoffm. - B: on rotten roof of sauna and pine stumps, TA 50042. kVNP! C. pyxidata (L.) Hoffm. s. lat. - C: on soil (sr). kVNP! C. rangiferina (L.) F. H. Wigg. - B: soil in pine-lichen woodland, TA 50075a. C. rei Schaer. - B: on soil in dry grassland, TA 50072. kVNP! VNP! C. squamosa Hoffm. - A-C: on wood (sr). kVNP! C. stellaris (Opiz) Pouzar et Vezda - B-D: on soil, common (sr). C. stygia (Fr.) Ruoss - D: on soil, uncommon (sr). kVNP! C. subulata (L.) Weber ex F. H. Wigg. - C: on soil (sr). C. sulphurina (Michx.) Fr. - A-D: on wood, common (sr). C. uncialis (L.) Weber ex F. H. Wigg. subsp. uncialis - B: soil (sr). Evernia mesomorpha Nyl. - A: on bark of branch of Picea spp., OV 12532. E. prunastri (L.) Ach. - D: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12573. Hypocenomyce scalaris (Ach.) M. Choisy - A: on bark of burnt stumps and on trunk Larix archangelica, OV 12507; D: on burnt stumps, TA 50049. Det. E. Timdal.

    Hypogymnia physodes (L.) Nyl. - A-D: on bark and wood of trunks and branches of coniferous and deciduous trees, TA 50066.

    H. tubulosa (Schaer.) Hav. - A, B: on bark of trunks and branches of coniferous and deciduous trees, TA 50079.

    Icmadophila ericetorum (L.) Zahlbr. - B: on rotten wood in swampy forest, TA 50029. Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. L. F. Mey. - A, B: on bark of trunks and branches of Picea spp., OV 12545.

    Japewia subaurifera Muhr et Tonsberg - B: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana, TA 50041. kVNP! Kton!

    J. tornoensis (Nyl.) Tonsberg - A: on bark of branch and snags of Picea spp., OV 12526. kVNP! Kton!

    Lecania naegelii (Hepp) Diederich et van den Boom - C: on bark of trunk of Populus tremula, TA 50100.

    Lecanora allophana Nyl. - A, B, D: on bark of trunks of Populus tremula, OV 12572, TA 50099. L. carpinea (L.) Vain. - C: on bark of trunks of Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12577. L. cateilea (Ach.) A. Massal. - A: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana; C: on bark of trunks of Sorbus aucuparia and Salix caprea, OV 12486, TA 50102.

    L. chlarotera Nyl. - A: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana; C: on bark of trunk of Salix caprea, OV 12499, TA 50102.

    L. populicola (DC.) Duby - B: on bark of trunk of Populus tremula, TA 50076.

    L. pulicaris (Pers.) Ach. - A: on bark of trunk of Betula spp .; C: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12577a.

    L. symmicta (Ach.) Ach. s. lat. - A-C: on bark of trunks and branches of Alnus incana, Salix caprea, Sorbus aucuparia; E: on wood, TA 50102.

    L. varia (Hoffm.) Ach. - E: on wood, TA 50107a. kVNP!

    Lecidea albofuscescens Nyl. - B: on burnt pine stump, TA 50063b. RK.

    L. nylanderi (Anzi) Th. Fr. - A, B: on bark of trunks and branches of coniferous and deciduous trees, TA 50030. The specimens contain divaricatic acid.

    Lecidella euphorea (Florke) Hertel - B: on bark of Populus tremula (sr).

    Lepra albescens (Huds.) Hafellner - A: at trunk base of Alnus incana, OV 12493, TA 50091. The specimen contains fatty acids.

    L. amara (Ach.) Hafellner - A: on bark of trunks Picea spp. and Sorbus aucuparia; B: on bark of branch of Picea spp., OV 12552, TA 50058a.

    L. ophthalmiza (Nyl.) Hafellner - A, B: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana, TA 50041.

    Lepraria incana (L.) Ach. - A: on burnt stump, TA 50089a. The specimens contain divaricatic acid, atranorin and zeorin.

    L. jackii Tonsberg - B: at base of Picea spp., TA 50044. The specimens contain atranorin, roccellic / angardianic, jackinic / rangiformic and norjackinic / norrangiformic acids.

    Leptogium saturninum (Dicks.) Nyl. - A, C, D: on bark of trunks of Populus tremula, OV 12580, TA 50100.

    Lobaria pulmonaria (L.) Hoffm. - A: on log of Betula sp. lying on ground, OV 12534. RK, RR.

    Lopadium disciforme (Flot.) Kullh. - A: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia; B: on trunk of old Picea spp., TA 50047.

    Loxospora elatina (Ach.) A. Massal. - A: on lower trunk of old Pinus sylvestris; B: on trunks of Betula spp., Larix archangelica and Picea spp., TA 50032.

    Melanelixia subaurifera (Nyl.) O. Blanco et al. - C: on bark of trunk of Salix caprea and Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12577, TA 50102. kVNP! VNP! RK.

    Melanohalea olivacea (L.) O. Blanco et al. - B: on bark of branches of Larix archangelica, trunks of Salix caprea; D: on branch of Picea spp., TA 50066a.

    M. septentrionalis (Lynge) O. Blanco et al. - A: on bark of trunk of Betula spp., OV 12533. kVNP!

    Micarea elachista (Korb.) Coppins et R. Sant. - B: on bark of trunk of Larix archangelica, TA 50039a. kVNP! VNP! Kton! Conf. L. A. Konoreva.

    M. melaena (Nyl.) Hedl. - A: on bark of trunk of Pinus sylvestris and burnt stumps; B: on bark of trunks of Larix archangelica, OV 12516, TA 50088a. Conf. L. A. Konoreva.

    Mycobilimbia carneoalbida (Mull. Arg.) S. Ekman et Printzen - B: at base trunks of Populus tremula, OV 12582, TA 50054.

    M. epixanthoides (Nyl.) Vitik. et al. - A: at base trunk of Populus tremula, OV 12506b.

    M. tetramera (De Not.) Vitik. et al. ex Hafellner et Turk - A: on bark of Populus tremula, OV 12506.

    Mycoblastus alpinus (Fr.) Th. Fr. ex Hellb. - B: on bark of trunk of old Picea sp., TA 50046. The specimen contains usnic and planaic acids, and atranorin, det. M. Kukwa. kVNP! VNP! Kton!

    M. sanguinarius (L.) Norman - A, B: on bark of trunks, branches and snags of Larix archangelica, Picea spp., Pinus sylvestris, trunk of Alnus incana and burnt stump, OV 12511, TA 50060.

    Myriolecis hagenii (Ach.) Sliwa et al. - E: on wood of pier, TA 50100.

    Naetrocymbe punctiformis (Pers.) R. C. Harris - C: on bark of trunks of Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12483. kVNP! Kton!

    Nephroma bellum (Spreng.) Tuck. - A: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia; C: on mossy stone, OV 12578, TA 50092a. RK.

    N. parile (Ach.) Ach. - C: on mossy stone, OV 12567.

    N. resupinatum (L.) Ach. - A: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia and log of Betula spp. lying on ground, OV 12534, TA 50092.

    Ochrolechia alboflavescens (Wulfen) Zahlbr. - A: on lower trunk of old Pinus sylvestris; B: on bark of old Picea sp., TA 50026. The specimens contain variolaric, lichesterinic and protolichesterinic acids and unknown substances, det. M. Kukwa.

    O. mahluensis Rasanen - A, B: on bark of branches of Picea spp., On bark of trunks of Alnus incana and Larix archangelica, on burnt stump, TA 50039. The specimens contain gyrophoric and lecanoric acids.

    O. microstictoides Rasanen - A, B: on bark of trunks and snags of coniferous trees - Larix archangelica, Picea spp., Pinus sylvestris, OV 12509, TA 50027. The specimens contain variolaric and lichesterinic acids.

    Palicella filamentosa (Stirt.) Rodr. Flakus et Printzen - E: on wood, TA 50107f. kVNP! Kton! The species recently was found in Karelia in Kivach Strict Nature Reserve (Kon) (Tarasova, Stepanchikova, 2016).

    Parmelia saxatilis (L.) Ach. - B: on rocks by lake (sr). kVNP!

    P. sulcata Taylor - A, B, D: on bark of trunks and branches of coniferous and deciduous trees, OV 12557, TA 50078.

    Parmeliopsis ambigua (Wulfen) Nyl. - A, B: on bark of trunks and branches of coniferous and deciduous trees and burnt stump, OV 12558, TA 50044.

    P. hyperopta (Ach.) Arnold - D: on rotten wood, TA 50034.

    Peltigera aphthosa (L.) Willd. - B: soil by path, OV 12514. The specimen contains tenuiorin, methylgyrophorate, phlebic acid, zeorin, and 2 unidentified substances.

    P. canina (L.) Willd. - A: at trunk base of Populus tremula; C: on mossy stone, OV 12569.

    P. degenii Gyeln. - C: on mossy stone, OV 12575. RK.

    P. didactyla (With.) J. R. Laundon - C: on mossy stone, OV 12564.

    P. leucophlebia (Nyl.) Gyeln. - B: on soil by path, OV 12515. Specimen contains tenuiorin, methylgyrophorate, gyrophoric acid and 3 unidentified substances.

    P. neckeri Hepp ex Mull. Arg. - C: at trunk base of Populus tremula and on mossy stone, OV 12574.

    P. neopolydactyla (Gyeln.) Gyeln. - A: on soil

    P. occidentalis (E. Dahl) Kristinsson - A: soil, OV 12570. kVNP! Kton!

    P. polydactylon (Neck.) Hoffm. - A: on tree stump, OV 12502.

    P. ponojensis Gyeln. - B: on soil, OV 12584.

    P. praetextata (Florke ex Sommerf.) Zopf - A: at trunk base of Populus tremula; C: on mossy stone, OV 12564.

    P. rufescens (Weiss) Humb. - C: on mossy stone.

    Pertusaria borealis Erichsen - A: on bark of branch of Picea spp. and trunk of Alnus incana, OV 12556, TA 50091. The specimens contain fumarprotocetraric acid complex.

    P. carneopallida (Nyl.) Anzi ex Nyl. - A: on bark of trunks of Alnus incana, OV12498.

    P. coccodes (Ach.) Nyl. - A: on bark of trunk of Picea spp., OV 12553.

    P. leioplaca DC. - A: on bark of branch of Picea spp .; C: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucu-paria, OV 12577b.

    P. pupillaris (Nyl.) Th. Fr. - A: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia; B: on bark of trunk of old Picea spp., TA 50093. The specimens contain fumarprotocetraric acid.

    Phaeophyscia ciliata (Hoffm.) Moberg - B: lower trunk of Populus tremula, OV 12583.

    P. sciastra (Ach.) Moberg - B: on rocks by lake (sr). kVNP! VNP!

    Phlyctis argena (Spreng.) Flot. - A: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana; D: on bark of trunk of Populus tremula, OV 12494.

    Physcia alnophila (Vain.) Loht. et al. - B: bark of Salix caprea in yard, TA 50078.

    P. dubia (Hoffm.) Lettau - B, E: on rocks and wood (sr).

    P. stellaris (L.) Nyl. - B: on bark of Populus tremula (sr).

    Physconia distorta (With.) J. R. Laundon - B: on bark of Populus tremula at farmstead (sr).

    Placynthiella icmalea (Ach.) Coppins et P. James - A: on humus and plant debris; B: on rotten roof of sauna and pine stumps; D: on wood, TA 50070. kVNP!

    P. uliginosa (Schrad.) Coppins et P. James - D: moist soil (sr). kVNP! VNP!

    Platismatia glauca (L.) W. L. Culb. et C. F. Culb. - A, B, D: on bark of trunks and branches of coniferous and deciduous trees, OV 12558, TA 50051.

    Polycauliona polycarpa (Hoffm.) Froden et al. - E: on pier (sr). kVNP!

    Porpidia crustulata (Ach.) Hertel et Knoph - B: on stone, TA 50081.

    P. macrocarpa (DC.) Hertel et A. J. Schwab - B: on rocks (sr). kVNP!

    P. speirea (Ach.) Kremp. - A: on stone, TA 50081. kVNP! VNP! Kton!

    Protoparmeliopsis muralis (Schreb.) M. Choisy - B: rocks in lake (sr).

    Pseudothelomma ocellatum (Korb.) M. Prieto et Wedin - E: on wood, TA 50106. kVNP! Kton!

    Ramalina dilacerata (Hoffm.) Hoffm. - C: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12562. RK.

    R. sinensis Jatta - B: on bark of lower trunk of Populus tremula, OV 12583.

    R. thrausta (Ach.) Nyl. - A, B, D: on bark of trunks and branches of Picea spp .; B: on Pinus sylvestris in swamp, OV 12530b, TA 50045. RK.

    Rhizocarpon geographicum (L.) DC. - B: on rocks by farmstead (sr). kVNP!

    R. hochstetteri (Korb.) Vain. - A: on stone in creek, TA 50096a. kVNP! Kton!

    R. reductum Th. Fr. - A, B: on stone, TA 50080. kVNP! VNP! Kton!

    Rinodina archaea (Ach.) Arnold - E: on wood, TA 50107g. kVNP! Kton!

    R. sophodes (Ach.) A. Massal. - A: on bark of trunk of Alnus incana, OV 12483. kVNP! Kton!

    Ropalospora viridis (Tonsberg) Tonsberg - C: on bark of trunk of Sorbus aucuparia, OV 12576. The specimens contain perlatolic acid. kVNP! Kton!

    Scoliciosporum chlorococcum (Stenh. Ex Stenh.) Vezda - A: on bark of branches of Picea spp. and lower trunk of Pinus sylvestris; B: on branches of Larix archangelica; C: on trunk of Salix caprea, TA 50077.

    Scytinium subtile (Schrad.) Otalora et al. - C: on bark of trunk of Populus tremula, TA 50100. kVNP! Kton! RK.

    S. teretiusculum (Wallr.) Otalora et al. - A, C, D: on bark of trunks of Populus tremula, TA 50055.

    + Stenocybe pullatula (Ach.) Stein - A, B: on bark of trunk of Alnusincana, OV 12487. kVNP!

    Tetramelas insignis (Nageli ex Hepp) Kalb - B: on bark of trunk of Salix caprea in yard, TA 50078a. kVNP! VNP! Kton!

    Toensbergia leucococca (R. Sant.) Bendiksby et Timdal - A: on bark of branches of Picea spp., OV 12557. kVNP! Kton!

    Toniniopsis subincompta (Nyl.) Kistenich, Timdal, Bendiksby et S. Ekman - B: on bark of Populus tremula, TA 50061.

    Trapeliopsis flexuosa (Fr.) Coppins et P. James - A: on burnt stumps and trunk of Larix archangelica; E: on wood, OV 12538a. Det. E. Timdal.

    T. granulosa (Hoffm.) Lumbsch - B: rotten roof of sauna, TA 50069.

    Tuckermannopsis chlorophylla (Willd.) Hale - A, B, D: on bark of trunks and branches of coniferous and deciduous trees, OV 12558.

    Umbilicaria deusta (L.) Baumg. - B: on rocks (sr).

    Usnea dasopoga (Ach.) Nyl. - A, B: on bark of branches of Picea spp. and bark of trunks of Betula spp., OV 12551, TA 50056. Det. P. Halonen.

    U. glabrescens (Nyl. Ex Vain.) Vain. ex Rasanen - A, B, D: on bark of branches of Picea spp., TA 50057'.One specimen contains usnic, norstictic, and salazinic (trace) acids, det. P. Halonen.

    U. hirta (L.) Weber ex F. H. Wigg. - A-D: on bark of Pinus or Larix archangelica (sr).

    U. subfloridana Stirt. - A, B: on bark of branches of Picea spp. and trunks of Alnus incana, Betula spp., OV 12529, TA 50056a. One specimen contains squamatic acid, det. P. Halonen.

    Violella fucata (Stirt.) T. Sprib. - A, B: on bark of branches of Picea spp., OV 12532. The specimens contain atranorin and fumarprotocetraric acid. kVNP! Kton!

    Vulpicida pinastri (Scop.) J.-E. Mattsson et M. J. Lai - A: on bark of branches of Picea spp. and trunk of Alnus incana, OV 12549.

    Xanthoparmelia conspersa (Ach.) Hale - B: boulders in lake (sr). kVNP! VNP!

    Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr. - E: on bark of Populus tremula (sr).

    Xylographa difformis (Vain.) Vain. - B: rotten roof of sauna, TA 50071. The specimen contains stictic and norstictic acids, det. T. Spribille. kVNP! VNP! Kton!

    !X. rubescens Rasanen - B: on log, TA 50023. Det. T. Spribille. kVNP! Kton!

    X. vitiligo (Ach.) J. R. Laundon - A: burnt stump, OV 12520. The specimen contains stictic acid complex.

    Xylopsora friesii (Ach.) Bendiksby et Timdal - A: on bark of trunk of Larix archangelica and burnt stumps, OV 12520.

    Discussion

    As a result of our revision of herbarium material, 565 specimens were identified in 156 herbarium packets. In total, 177 species are listed including 173 lichens, 3 non-li-chenized and 1 lichenicolous fungi. One species - Xylographa rubescens - was recorded for Karelia for the first time. Forty seven species were recorded for the first time for the Karelian part of Vodlozersky National Park, 17 - for the whole territory of the park. Twenty tree species are new to the biogeographic province Karelia transo-negensis. The following ten recorded species are listed in the Red Data Book of Karelia (2007) as being near threatened: Bryoria fremontii, Bryoria nadvornikiana, Nephroma

    bellum ,, Lecidea albofuscescens, Lobaria pulmonaria, Melanelixia subaurifera, Peltigera degenii, Ramalina dilacerata, Ramalina thrausta, Scytinium subtile. Two species (Bryo-ria fremontii and Lobaria pulmonaria) are listed in the Red Data Book of Russian Federation (2008). A second locality was reported for Aspicilia verrucigera on the territory of the Republic of Karelia.

    The most of reported species (108) were collected on trees, because of dominance of the forest communities within the studied area. On dead wood and soil 29 and 26 species were found, respectively. Only 14 species habited on rocks and mossy stones, due to the low occurrence of this substrate type, represented by scattered coastal boulders.

    Two species of phorophytes - aspen and spruce - have the highest lichen species specificity: only on aspen was found 20 species, only on spruce - 14. Many studies reported the higher number of lichen species on aspen and spruce (Tarasova et al. 2017 ; Androsova et al., 2018) in boreal forests compared with other tree species as well as their higher lichen species specificity. It is noteworthy that on old and big trees of Larix archangelica, protected species in Karelia, only 19 species of lichens were found, among which there are common species. Another special character is the presence of numerous old, burnt stumps, which harbour a special lichen flora, such as Carbonicola anthacophila, C. myrmecina, Micarea melaena and Xylopsora friesii.

    Acknowledgments

    The expedition was supported financially by the Komarov Botanical Institute, then in Leningrad, also providing a truck and driver, and the Botanical Museum, University of Helsinki. At Vodlozersky National Park, we were helped by staff of the park administration at Kuganavolok, e. g., by providing a motor-boat for our use. We would further like to express our gratitude to our colleagues L. A. Konoreva, A. G. Paukov, I. S. Stepanchikova, T. Spribille and G. P. Urbanavichus for assistance in identification of some epilithic species, Buellia griseovirens, Micarea or Xylographa species. We are grateful to reviewers for valuable corrections and recommendations, which have improved the quality of our work. William Purvis (UK) is thanked for correction the English. The study was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (project № 5.8740.2017 / k).

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