New data on anamorphic fungi on oak (Quercus) in Lithuania [Nauji duomenys apie anamorfinius grybus ant ąžuolų (Quercus) Lietuvoje]. – Botanica Lithuanica, 9(3): 285–296

The paper lists 37 species of anamorphic fungi identified on oak (Quercus L.); 32 species are reported as new to the mycobiota of Lithuania: Catenularia cuneiformis, Chalara affinis, C. aurea, C. urceolata, Chloridium botryoideum var. minutum, C. clavaeforme, Dicranidion fragile, Dicyma ampullifera, Endophragmiella fagicola, Gonytrichum chlamydosporium var. chlamydosporium, Haplographium catenatum, Haplariopsis fagicola, Haplotrichum ramosissimum, Heteroconium chaetospira, Ityorhoptrum verruculosum, Kylindria clavata, K. zignaellae, Lobatopedis foliicola, Monodictys castaneae, M. paradoxa, M. putredinis, Periconia minutissima, Phaeostalagmus tennuissimus, Pleurothecium recurvatum, Polyscytalum hareae, Pseudospiropes simplex, Spondylocladiopsis cupulicola, Sporendocladia bactrospora, Sporidesmium dennisii, S. goidanichii, Sympodiella cf. foliicola, Xylohypha ferruginosa. Among them Haplotrichum ramosissimum is recorded for the first time in Europe. Ecological peculiarities of the species, their distribution, host and substrate preferences are discussed. Some rare species are illustrated.

Keywords: anamorphic fungi, diversity, distribution, Quercus, Lithuania.