New and noteworthy for Lithuania lichens and lichenicolous fungi [Naujos ir retos kerpių ir ant jų augančių grybų rūšys Lietuvoje]. – Botanica Lithuanica, 13(1): 19–25

Sixteen species of lichens and 5 species of lichenicolous fungi are reported as new to Lithuania: Absconditella sphagnorum, Arthonia apatetica, Bryophagus gloeocapsa, Carbonea vitellinaria, Catillaria chalybeia, Clauzadea monticola, Cyphelium tigillare, Dermatocarpon luridum, Lecania turicensis, Lecanora agardhiana, L. norvegica, L. persimilis, Lecidella carpathica, Leptogium byssinum, Placidium squamulosum, Pronectria pertusariicola, Pyrenochaeta xanthoriae, Refractohilum peltigerae, Trapelia involuta, Usnea wasmuthii, Vezdaea rheocarpa. Chaenotheca hispidula is reported to be re-found for the first time since the 1930-es. Bryophagus gloeocapsa, Lecanora agardhiana, Pronectria pertusariicola, Pyrenochaeta xanthoriae, Vezdaea rheocarpa are recorded for the first time in the Baltic states. Short characteristics of the collected specimens are given as well as notes about species ecology and distribution, especially in the Baltic region.

Keywords: lichens, lichenicolous fungi, Lithuania.