Materials on Lichens and allied fungi of Neringa National Park [Medžiaga apie Neringos nacionalinio parko kerpes ir su jomis susijusius grybus]. – Botanica Lithuanica, 4(3): 285–305

The paper presents results of lichenological field trips in Neringa National Park in 1997. Totally 224 taxa of lichens and lichenicolous fungi are recorded, 27 of them are new to Lithuania: Arthoria mediella, A. punctiformis, Bispora christiansenii, Calicium parvum, Candelariella efflorescens, Chaenothecopsis nigra, Chrysothrix flavovirens, Fuscidea pusilla, Gyalecta truncigena, Lecania erysibe, L. sylvestris, Lecanora hypopta, Lecidea turgidula, Lecidella flavosorediata, Lepraria elobata, Leptogium biatorinum, Lichenodiplis lecanorae, Opegrapha sorediifera, Phoma cytospora, Polyblastia agraria, Polysporina lapponica, Porina aenea, Ropalospora viridis, Strangospora pinicola, Trapeliopsis percrenata, Trimmatostoma lichenicola, Vouauxiella lichenicola. Four rare taxa that had been recorded from the territory of the park –Opergrapha vulgata var. subsiderella, pyrrhospora quernea, Hypogymnia farinaceae, and Parmelipsis hyperopta were found again, the first two not known from other localities in Lithuania. Records of Leptogium biatorinum and L. corniculatum in sand dunes are noted

Keywords: lichens, lichenicolous fungi, National parks, Lithuania.