Some noteworthy lichenicolous fungi from Khabarovsk Territory of Russia.

@inproceedings{Zhurbenko2012SomeNL,
  title={Some noteworthy lichenicolous fungi from Khabarovsk Territory of Russia.},
  author={M. K. Zhurbenko and Ew Tugi},
  year={2012}
}
Eight species of lichenicolous fungi are reported from the Russian Far East, seven of which are new to the area. Species concepts of Endococcus pseudocyphellariae and Subhysteropycnis maculiformans are broadened, and both species are for the first time reported from the Northern Hemisphere and on Pseudocyphellaria perpetua. Evernia esorediosa is a new host species for Lichenostigma maureri and Parmelia squarrosa for Phoma physciicola. 

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