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Folia Cryptogamica Estonica 45 (2009)

Kuulo Kalamees – 75. Bibliography
Kuulo Kalamees was born in Tartu on April 15, 1934. In 1958, he graduated from the University of Tartu as a biologist-botanist, his thorough diploma paper treated the agarics of southeastern Estonia. In 1975, he defended his thesis “Agarics in Estonia. Taxonomy, ecology and distribution” for an academic degree of Doctor of Science. His first articles in the field of mycology were published in his student’s years already. During the fifty years he has published over 200 scientific and popular-scientific papers, including over 20 books of which he is author, co-author or editor. The bulk of the papers published by Kalamees are about agarics. The routes of his study trips extend from Estonia to the Russian Far East, but also to Finland, Norway, France, Italy, Newfoundland, Greenland. Since 1997, he is a Professor Emeritus of Tartu University. Kuulo Kalamees is one of the founders of “Folia Cryptogamica Estonica”.

Michail V. Dulin, Dmitriy A. Philippov & Elena V. Karmazina
Current state of knowledge of the liverwort and hornwort flora of the Vologda Region, Russia
An annotated checklist of liverworts and hornworts is presented for the Volodga Region, Russia, based on the authors’ collections and those of their colleagues, as well as the literature. The paper presents the first published checklist for the region and includes 84 species from 42 genera and 22 families. Three species are reported for the first time for the region: Conocephalum salebrosum Szweykowski et al., Scapania subalpina (Nees ex Lindenb.) Dumort., and Trichocolea tomentella (Ehrh.) Dumort.

Anton Hausknecht, Kuulo Kalamees, Henning Knudsen & Viktor Mukhin
The genera Conocybe and Pholiotina (Agaricomycotina, Bolbitiaceae) in temperate Asia
44 taxa of Conocybe and Pholiotina are reported from Siberia, Georgia and some of the countries in Middle Asia mostly based on the authors own collections. Three of them are described as new species, viz. C. semidesertorum Hauskn. & Kalamees, C. obliquopora Hauskn. & Kalamees and C. uralensis Hauskn., Knudsen & Mukhin. A further two and a variety are probably also new but not validly described due to insufficient material. A number of species are new records for Asia, or for Siberia, or for one of the four countries, Georgia, Tadjikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. A number of the species are rarely reported presumably due to their main distribution being in dry, grassy steppezones with soils of high pH values. This mycogeographical element includes e.g. C. enderlei, C. graminis, C. herbarum, C. leporina and C. subxerophytica, so far mostly or only known from the steppezone in eastern and central Europe through to Middle Asia. Pholiotina altaica and P. procera from Altaj are redescribed from the types. Several taxa are provided with macro- and/or microscopic data, taxonomic descriptions and drawings of microscopic features. The taxonomic reliability of the taxa presented in the literature up to the present time has been reviewed critically.

Zoran Jakovljev, Marko Sabovljević & Harald Zechmeister
Contribution to the bryophyte flora of Donau-Auen National Park (Austria)
A representative collection of bryophytes from various types of habitats typical for the National-Park Donau-Auen, Austria was made between March and July 2007. Within the collection 63 mosses and 6 liverworts were identified. Bryum archangelicum, Syntrichia calcicola and Kindbergia praelonga were found for the first time outside of the main area of their Austrian distribution. Eight Austrian red-listed bryophytes were recorded in the investigated area. This study was the first recent bryological investigation on this important, protected riverine area of Central Europe.

Leiti Kannukene & Mare Leis
Bryoflora and vegetation of Pakri Islands (Gulf of Finland, Estonia)
The bryoflora of Pakri islands is very species-rich. On these islands 236 species of bryophytes (31 liverworts, 205 mosses) have been found. The most species-rich habitats are alvars, limestone shingle beach ridges and limestone cliff. On Väike-Pakri island (12.9 km²) 215 species and on Suur-Pakri island (11.7 km²) 160 species of bryophytes are found. The number of rare species on Pakri islands is remarkable. Four species have their only Estonian localities on Pakri islands (Mannia sibirica, Bryum arcticum, Rhytidium rugosum and Seligeria patula).

Anton Shiryaev
Diversity and distribution of clavarioid fungi in Estonia
This paper attempts to compile available data on Estonian clavarioid fungi (Basidiomycota) published between 1856 and 2006 (78 publications) and 986 herbarium specimens studied and observations. 103 species have been reported including 46 species new for Estonia. The most frequent species is Typhula erythropus, followed by Macrotyphula juncea, Typhula setipes, Clavulina cinerea, Clavariadelphus ligula, Ramaria gracilis and Typhula phacorrhiza. These constitute around 28% of all observations, but only 6.8% of all species. Twenty one species (20.6%) were collected only once, fifteen species (14.7%) twice and ten species three times (9.8%). Some species rare for whole Europe, but also for its hemiboreal zone, are also infrequently collected, like Clavaria zollingeri, Clavulina amethystina, Lentaria subcaulescens, Multiclavula mucida, Ramaria botrytis, Ramariopsis crocea, Ramariopsis pulchella and Sparassis crispa. Rare and threatened are the old-growth habitats species like, e.g., Clavaria amoenoides, Clavaria rosea, Clavulinopsis rufipes, Clavulinopsis umbrinella, Multiclavula corynoides, Ramaria broomei and Typhula sphaeroidea.

Mall Vaasma
Checklist of the species of the genera Amanita and Limacella (Agaricomycetes) in Estonia
19 species, 2 varieties and 1 form of genus Amanita and 3 species of genus Limacella (Agaricomycetes) have been recorded in Estonia. A checklist of these species with habitat, phenology and occurrence data are presented.

Jukka Vauras
Tricholomopsis osiliensis, a new agaric species from Estonia
The new species Tricholomopsis osiliensis from Saaremaa, Estonia, is described and illustrated. This rare species was found in rich mixed forest, growing on a fallen trunk of Picea abies.

New Estonian Records
Kai Vellak, Nele Ingerpuu, Leiti Kannukene & Mare Leis Liverworts and mosses
Bellis Kullman Pezizales, Ascomycota