Notes on some bryophilous Pezizales (Fungi) in the Mediterranean part of Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Nedim Jukić Mycological Society MycoBH, Trg Zlatnih Ljiljana 34, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; email: nedim@mycobh.com
  • Smiljan Tomić Mycological Society MycoBH, Trg Zlatnih Ljiljana 34, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Marko Sabovljević Institute of Botany and Garden, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Takovska 43, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
  • Nihad Omerović Mycological Society MycoBH, Trg Zlatnih Ljiljana 34, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Keywords: Ascomycota, bryophily, Lamprospora, mosses, Neum, Octospora

Abstract

Results from bryomycological field studies in the Mediterranean part of Bosnia and Herzegovina are reported in the paper. Five bryophilous taxa of ascomycetes have been recorded on few locations around the city of Neum and on the Klek peninsula. Three of them are new for the mycobiota of Bosnia and Herzegovina – Octospora gemmicola, Lamprospora miniata var. parvispora and Lamprospora miniata var. ratisbonensis.

Macromorphology and micro-characters with ecology, phenology and distribution patterns for each species are presented and briefly discussed.

Published
2018-12-17
Section
Original Scientific Papers