Ecological Archives E096-212-A1

Stef Bokhorst, Johan Asplund, Paul Kardol, and David A. Wardle. 2015. Lichen physiological traits and growth forms affect communities of associated invertebrates. Ecology 96:23942407. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1030.1

Appendix A. Overview of the 27 lichen species included in our study.

Family

Species

Growth form

N-fixing symbiont

Substrate

Habitat

Site

Physciaceae

Anaptychia ciliaris

Fruticose

Corticolous

Free-standing Fraxinus excelsior trunks

Syverud

Parmeliaceae

Bryoria capillaris

Fruticose

Corticolous

Picea abies twigs, open P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Parmeliaceae

Cetraria islandica

Fruticose

Terricolous

Open Pinus sylvestris-P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Cladoniaceae

Cladonia arbuscula

Fruticose

Terricolous

Open P. sylvestris-P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Cladoniaceae

Cladonia rangiferina

Fruticose

Terricolous

Open P. sylvestris-P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Cladoniaceae

Cladonia stellaris

Fruticose

Terricolous

Open P. sylvestris-P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Cladoniaceae

Cladonia uncialis

Fruticose

Terricolous

Open P. sylvestris-P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Collemataceae

Collema flaccidum

Foliose

Nostoc*

Saxicolous

Open rock temporarily drained with mineral-rich soil water

Syverud

Verrucariaceae

Dermatocarpon miniatum

Foliose

Saxicolous

Open rock temporarily drained with mineral-rich soil water

Syverud

Parmeliaceae

Evernia prunastri

Fruticose

Corticolous

Branches of free standing Quercus sp.

Syverud

Parmeliaceae

Hypogymnia physodes

Foliose

Corticolous

Pinus and Betula branches, open P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Umbilicariaceae

Lasallia pustulata

Foliose

Saxicolous

Open siliceous rocks, pasture

Syverud

Lobariaceae

Lobaria pulmonaria

Foliose

Nostoc

Corticolous

Quercus sp. trunks in mixed deciduous forest

Kollåsen

Nephromataceae

Nephroma arcticum

Foliose

Nostoc

Saxicolous

Among mosses on shaded siliceous rock

Kollåsen

Parmeliaceae

Parmelia saxatilis

Foliose

Saxicolous

On boulders, open P. sylvestris-P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Parmeliaceae

Parmelia sulcata

Foliose

Corticolous

Populus tremula trunks, open mixed P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Parmeliaceae

Parmelina tiliacea

Foliose

Corticolous

Trunks of free-standing F. excelsior

Syverud

Peltigeraceae

Peltigera aphthosa

Foliose

Nostoc

Saxicolous

Among mosses on siliceous rock, P. abies forest

Syverud

Peltigeraceae

Peltigera horizontalis

Foliose

Nostoc*

Saxicolous

Among mosses on basic rock, mixed deciduous forest.

Kollåsen

Peltigeraceae

Peltigera leucophlebia

Foliose

Nostoc

Saxicolous

Among mosses on basic rock, mixed deciduous forest.

Kollåsen

Physciaceae

Physconia distorta

Foliose

Corticolous

P. tremula trunks next to pasture

Syverud

Parmeliaceae

Platismatia glauca

Foliose

Corticolous

Sorbus and Betula branches, open P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Parmeliaceae

Pseudevernia furfuracea

Fruticose

Corticolous

Pinus and Betula twigs, open P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Ramalinaceae

Ramalina farinacea

Fruticose

Corticolous

Acer platanoides  trunks, open mixed deciduous forest

Syverud

Stereocaulaceae

Stereocaulon saxatile

Fruticose

Stigonema

Terricolous

Open P. sylvestris-P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Parmeliaceae

Usnea dasypoga

Fruticose

Corticolous

P. abies  twigs, open P. abies forest

Kollåsen

Teloschistaceae

Xanthoria parietina

Foliose

Corticolous

P. tremula trunks next to pasture

Syverud

* cyanobacteria as main photobiont

† green-algae as main photobiont with cyanobacteria in cephalodia


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