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Saag, Lauri; Tõrra, Tiiu; Saag, Andres; Del-Prado, Ruth; Randlane, Tiina (2011). Phylogenetic relations of European shrubby taxa of the genus Usnea. 43 (5), 427−444.
Saag, A. (2007). Samblike kogu. Aan, A.; Puura, I. (Toim.). Tartu Ülikooli loodusmuuseum (20). . Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli loodusmuuseum.
Aptroot, A.; Czarnota, P.; Jüriado, I.; Kocourkova, J.; Kukwa, M.; Lõhmus, P.; Palice, Z.; Randlane, T.; Saag, L.; Serusiaux, E.; Sipman, H.; Sparrius, L. B.; Suija, A.; Thüs, H. (2005). New or interesting lichens and lichenicolous fungi found during the 5th IAL Symposium in Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 41, 13−22.
Randlane, T.; Saag, A. (koost.) (2004). Jüriado, I.; Lõhmus, P.; Nilson, E.; Saag, L.; Suija, A. (teksti autorid): Eesti pisisamblikud. Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
Jüriado, I.; Randlane, T.; Saag, L. (2002). New Estonian records. Lichens. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 39, 62−63.
Suija, A.; Lõhmus, P.; Nilson, E; Saag, L. (2001). New Estonian records. Lichens and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 38, 85−86.
Jüriado, I.; Lõhmus, P.; Saag, L. (2000). Supplement to the second checklist of lichenized, lichenicolous and allied fungi of Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 37, 21−26.
Saag, L.; Saag, A. (1999). The genus Lepraria (Lichenes Imperfecti) in Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 34, 55−63.
Randlane, T.; Saag, A. (editors). Contributors: Jüriado, I.; Lõhmus, P.; Martin, J.; Martin, L.; Nilson, E.; Piin, T.; Randlane, T.; Saag, A.; Saag, L.; Sarv, M.; Suija, A.; Temina, M.; Trass, H. (1999). Second checklist of lichenized, lichenicolous and allied fungi of Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 35, 1−132.
Randlane, T.; Saag, A. (1998). Synopsis of the genus Nephromopsis (fam. Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycota). Cryptogamie Bryologie Lichenologie, 19, 175−191.
Saag, A.; Randlane, T.; Suija, A. (1998). Lichenological collections in TU. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 32, 81−84.
Liiv, S.; Nilson, E.; Martin, J.; Martin, L.; Parmasto, E.; Pärn, A.; Püttsepp, J.; Randlane, T.; Roosma, A.; Saag, A.; Sander, E.; Zobel, K.; Trass, H. (1996). Eesti suursamblikud. Tartu: Greif.
Randlane, T.; Thell, A.; Saag, A. (1995). New data about the genera Cetrariopsis, Cetreliopsis and Nephromopsis (fam. Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycotina). Cryptogamie Bryologie Lichenologie, 16 (1), 35−60.
Randlane, T.; Saag, A.; Thell, A.; Kärnefelt, I. (1994). The lichen genus Tuckneraria Randlane & Thell - a new segregate in the Parmeliaceae. In: Stenroos, S. (Ed.). Focus on lichen taxonomy and biogeography: a festschrift in honour of Teuvo Ahti. Acta Botanica Fennica (143−151). . Helsinki: Finnish Botanical Publishing Board. (Acta Botanica Fennica).
Randlane, T.; Saag, A. (1989). Chemical variation and geographical-distribution of Asahinea chrysantha (Tuck.) Culb. and C. Culb. The Lichenologist, 21, 303−311.
Saar, I.; Suija, A.; Kõljalg, U. (2011). Uutest seeneliikidest Eestis. Kull, T.; Liira, J.; Sammul, M. (Toim.). Eesti Looduseuurijate Seltsi aastaraamat (188−195). . Eesti Looduseuurijate Selts.
Suija, A.; Czarnota, P.; Himelbrant, D.; Kowalewska, A.; Kukwa, M.; Kuznetsova, E.; Leppik, E.; Motiejūnaitė, J.; Piterāns, A.; Schiefelbein, U.; Skazina, M.; Sohrabi, M.; Stepanchikova, I.; Veres, K. (2010). The lichen biota of three nature reserves in island Saaremaa, Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 47, 85−96.
Suija, A.; Piin-Aaspõllu, T.; Ahti, T.; Marmor, L.; Jüriado, I.; Kannukene, L.; Lõhmus, P. (2010). New Estonian records: Lichenized and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 47, 105−107.
Jüriado, I.; Liira, J.; Paal, J.; Suija, A. (2009). Tree and stand level variables influencing diversity of lichens on temperate broad-leaved trees in boreo-nemoral floodplain forests. Biodiversity and Conservation, 18 (1), 105−125. DOI: 10.1007/s10531-008-9460-y.
Suija, A.; Randlane, T. (2009). Excluded species of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 46, 87−88.
Suija, A.; Czarnota, P.; Himelbrant, D.; Jüriado, I.; Kukwa, M.; Lõhmus, P.; Motiejūnaitė, J. (2009). New Estonian records: Lichenized and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 46, 83−86.
Randlane, T.; Jüriado, I.; Suija, A.; Lõhmus, P.; Leppik, E. (2008). Lichens in the new Red List of Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 44, 113−120.
Suija, A.; Lõhmus, P.; Motiejunaite, J. (2008). New Estonian Records: lichens and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 44, 156−159.
Farkas, E.; Suija, A. (2008). The species of the former Toninia coeruleonigricans group in Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 44, 33−36.
Suija, A.; Leppik, E.; Randlane, T.; Thor, G. (2007). New Estonian records Lichens and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 43, 73−76.
Suija, A.; Lõhmus, P.; Jüriado, I. (2007). The lichen biota of the Agusalu and Puhatu reserves (Estonia): the first overview. Forestry Studies / Metsanduslikud Uurimused, 47, 99−116.
Jüriado, I.; Suija, A.; Liira, J. (2006). Biogeographical determinants of lichen species diversity on islets in the West-Estonian Archipelago. Journal of Vegetation Science, 17 (2), 125−134.
Suija, A. (2006). Variation of morphological characters in the lichenicolous ascomycete genus Abrothallus. Annales Botanici Fennici, 43 (3), 193−204.
Suija, A.; Jüriado, I.; Leppik, E.; Randlane, T. (2006). New lichens and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 42, 103−105.
Suija, A.; Jüriado, I.; Leppik, E.; Randlane, T.; Thor, G. (2006). New Estonian records. New lichens and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 42, 103−105.
Suija, A. (2005). Lichenicolous fungi and lichens in Estonia I. Ascomycota. Nova Hedwigia, 80, 247−267.
Suija, A. (2005). Lichenicolous fungi in Estonia II: Basidiomycota and conidial fungi. Nova Hedwigia, 80, 349−365.
Suija, A.; Alstrup, V. (2004). Buelliella lecanorae, a new fichenicolous fungus. The Lichenologist, 36, 203−206.
Suija, A.; Jüriado, I. (2003). New Estonian records. Microlichens. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 40, 64.
Suija, A.; Jüriado, I. (2002). Lichens and lichenicolous fungi of the Hiiumaa Islets Landscape Reserve (Estonia). Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 39, 37−50.
Lõhmus, P.; Kruustük, K. (2010). Lichens on burnt wood in Estonia: a preliminary assessment. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 47, 37−41.
Põldmaa, K. (2011). Tropical species of <i>Cladobotryum</i> and <i>Hypomyces</i> producing red pigments. Studies in Mycology, 68, 1−34.10.3114/sim.2011.68.01.
Põldmaa, K.; Saar, I. (Toim.) (2011). Riisikad. Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli loodusmuuseum.
Tamm, H.; Põldmaa, K.; Kullman, B. (2010). Phylogenetic relationships in genus Geopora (Pyronemataceae). Mycological Progress, 9 (4), 509−522.
Abarenkov, K; Tedersoo, L; Nilsson, RH; Vellak, K; Saar, I; Veldre, V; Parmasto, E; Prous, M; Aan, A; Ots, M; Kurina, O; Ostonen, I; Jõgeva, J; Halapuu, S; Põldmaa, K; Toots, M; Truu, J; Larsson, K-H; Kõljalg, U (2010). PlutoF – a web based workbench for ecological and taxonomic research, with an online implementation for fungal ITS sequences. Evolutionary Bioinformatics, 189−196. DOI: 10.4137/EBO.S6271.
Tedersoo, L.; Pärtel, K.; Jairus, T.; Gates, G.; Põldmaa, K.; Tamm, H. (2009). Ascomycetes associated with ectomycorrhizas: molecular diversity and ecology with particular reference to the Helotiales. Environmental Microbiology, 3166−3179. DOI: 10.1111/j.1462-2920.2009.02020.x.
Saar, I.; Põldmaa, K.; Kõljalg, U. (2009). The phylogeny and taxonomy of genera Cystoderma and Cystodermella (Agaricales) based on nuclear ITS and LSU sequences. Mycological Progress, 8 (1), 59−73. DOI: 10.1007/s11557-008-0578-9.
Pärtel, K.; Põldmaa, K. (2011). A new species of Hyphodiscus (Helotiales) on Stereum. 115, 11−17.
Tedersoo, L.; Nilsson, R.H.; Abarenkov, K.; Jairus, T.; Sadam, A.; Saar, I.; Bahram, M.; Bechem, E.; Chuyong, G.; Kõljalg, U. (2010). 454 Pyrosequencing and Sanger sequencing of tropical mycorrhizal fungi provide similar results but reveal substantial methodological biases. New Phytologist, 188 (1), 291−301. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2010.03373.x.
Suvi, T.; Tedersoo, L.; Abarenkov, K.; Beaver, K.; Gerlach, J.; Kõljalg, U. (2010). Mycorrhizal symbionts of Pisonia grandis and P. sechellarum in Seychelles: identification of mycorrhizal fungi and description of new Tomentella species. Mycologia, 102 (3), 522−533. DOI: 10.3852/09-147.
Barrett, Craig F.; Freudenstein, John V.; Taylor, D. Lee; Kõljalg, Urmas (2010). Rangewide analysis of fungal associations in the fully mycoheterotrophic Corallorhiza striata complex (Orchidaceae) reveals extreme specificity on ectomycorrhizal Tomentella (Thelephoraceae) across North America. 97 (4), 628−643. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.0900230.
Abarenkov, Kessy; Nilsson, R. Henrik; Larsson, Karl-Henrik; Alexander, Ian J.; Eberhardt, Ursula; Erland, Susanne; Høiland, Klaus; Kjøller, Rasmus; Larsson, Ellen; Pennanen, Taina; Sen, Robin; Taylor, Andy F. S.; Tedersoo, Leho; Ursing, Björn M.; Vrålstad, Trude; Liimatainen, Kare; Peintner, Ursula; Kõljalg, Urmas (2010). The UNITE database for molecular identification of fungi – recent updates and future perspectives. New Phytologist, 186 (2), 281−285.10.1111/j.1469-8137.2009.03160.x.
Tedersoo, L.; Gates, G.; Dunk, C.; Lebel, T.; May, T.W.; Kõljalg, U.; Jairus, T. (2009). Establishment of ectomycorrhizal fungal community on isolated Nothofagus cunninghamii seedlings regenerating on dead wood in Australian wet temperate forests: does fruit-body type matter. Mycorrhiza, 19 (6), 403−416. DOI: 10.1007/s00572-009-0244-3.
Kõljalg, U.; Bernicchia, A.; Saar, I.. (2009). Tomentellopsis pulchella sp. nov. from St. Vitale Pine Forest (Ravenna, Italy). Mycotaxon, 107, 53−60.
Tedersoo, L.; Jairus, T.; Horton, B.M.; Abarenkov, A.; Suvi, T.; Saar, I.; Kõljalg, U. (2008). Strong host preference of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a Tasmanian wet sclerophyll forest as revealed by DNA barcoding and taxon-specific primers. New Phytologist, 180 (2), 479−490. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2008.02561.x.
Hints, O.; Kõljalg, U. (2008). Ülevaade loodusteaduslikest kogudest. Parmasto, E., Viikberg, J.. Eesti humanitaar- ja loodusteaduslikud kogud. Seisund, kasutamine, andmebaasid (139−152). . Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
Ernits, Enn; Hints, Olle; Hints, Rutt; Isakar, Mare; Kaljo, Dimitri; Kiipus, Merike; Kurina, Olavi; Kõljalg, Urmas; Lõugas, Lembi; Noorhani, Piret; Ots, Mirja; Parmasto, Erast; Pärtel, Meelis; Reier, Ülle; Tamla, Ülle; Toomsalu, Maie; Truu, Jaak; Viikberg, Jüri; Västrik, Ergo-Hart (2008). Eesti humanitaar- ja loodusteaduslikud kogud. Seisund, kasutamine, andmebaasid. Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
Kalamees, Kuulo (2011). Checklist of the species of the genus Tricholomopsis (Agaricales, Agaricomycetes) in Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 48, 13−15.
Lõhmus, P.; Leppik, E.; Motiejunaite, J.; Suija, A.; Lõhmus, A. (2012). Old selectively cut forests can host rich lichen communities – lessons from an exhaustive field survey. 94, xx−xx [ilmumas].
Martin, L.; Suija, A.; Schmeimann, M.; Leppik, E.; Pykälä, J. (2012). New Estonian records and amendments: Lichenized and lichenicolous fungi. 49, 93−96.
Saar, I. (2012). The taxonomy and phylogeny of the genera Cystoderma and Cystodermella (Agaricales, Fungi). (Doktoritöö, Tartu Ülikool). Tartu University Press.
Vauras, J.; Saar, I.; Voitk, A. (2012). Comparison of European Tricholomopsis osiliensis with putative Tricholomopsis sulfureoides of Newfoundland. Omphalina, 3 (5), 9−11.
Mark, Kristiina; Saag, Lauri; Saag, Andres; Thell, Arne; Randlane, Tiina (2012). Testing morphology-based delimitation of Vulpicida juniperinus and V. tubulosus (Parmeliaceae) using three molecular markers. 44 (6), 1−16 [ilmumas].
BĚŤÁK, Janek; PÄRTEL, Kadri; KŘÍŽ, Martin. (2012). Ionomidotis irregularis (Ascomycota, Helotiales) in the Czech Republic with comments on its distribution and ecology in Europe. Czech Mycology, 64 (1), 79−92.
Tedersoo, L.; Naadel, T.; Bahram, M.; Pritsch, K.; Buegger, F.; Leal, M.; Kõljalg, U.; Põldmaa, K. (2012). Enzymatic activities and stable isotope patterns of ectomycorrhizal fungi in relation to phylogeny and exploration types in an afrotropical rain forest. New Phytologist, 195 (4), 832−843. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04217.x.
Tedersoo, Leho; Põlme, Sergei (2012). Infrageneric variation in partner specificity: multiple ectomycorrhizal symbionts associate with Gnetum gnemon (Gnetophyta) in Papua New Guinea. xxx−xxx [ilmumas].
Schoch, C.L.; Seifert, K.A.; Huhndorf, S.; Robert, V.; Spouge, J.L.; Levesque, C.A.; Chen, W.; Bolchacova, E.; Voigt, K.; Crous, P.W.; Miller, A.N.; Wingfield, M.J.; Kõljalg, U.; Tedersoo, L. (2012). Nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region as a universal DNA barcode marker for Fungi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109 (16), 6241−6246.10.1073/pnas.1117018109.
Leppik, E.; Jüriado, I.; Suija, A.; Liira, J. (2013). The conservation of ground layer lichen communities in alvar grasslands and the relevance of substitution habitats. 22 (3), 591−614. DOI: 10.1007/s10531-012-0430-z.
Tamm, H.; Põldmaa, K. (2013). Diversity, host associations and phylogeography of temperate aurofusarin-producing <I>Hypomyces/Cladobotryum</I> including causal agents of cobweb disease of cultivated mushrooms. 117, 0−0. DOI: 10.1016/j.funbio.2013.03.005.
Tamm, Heidi (2013). Comprehending phylogenetic diversity - case studies in three groups of ascomycetes. (Doktoritöö, Tartu Ülikool). Tartu: University of Tartu Press.
Saar, Irja; Voitk, Andrus (2013). Cystoderma and Cystodermella of Newfoundland and Labrador. Omphalina, 4 (7), 6−13.
Veldre, V.; Abarenkov, K.; Bahram, M.; Martos, F.; Selosse, M.-A.; Tamm, H.; Kõljalg, U.; Tedersoo, L. (2013). Evolution of nutritional modes of Ceratobasidiaceae (Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) as revealed from publicly available ITS sequences<span class="Bold"></span>. 6 (4), 256−268. DOI: 10.1016/j.funeco.2013.03.004.
Bonito, G.M.; Smith, M.E.; Nowak, M.; Healy, R.A.; Guevara, G.; Cazares, E.; Kinoshita, A.; Tedersoo, L.; Trappe, J.M.; Vilgalys, R. (2013). Historical Biogeography and Diversification of Truffles in the Tuberaceae and Their Newly Identified Southern Hemisphere Sister Lineage. PLoS ONE, 8, 1−15.10.1371/journal.pone.0052765.
Tedersoo, L.; Arnold, A.E.; Hansen, K. (2013). Novel aspects in the life cycle and biotrophic interactions in Pezizomycetes (Ascomycota, Fungi). Molecular Ecology, 22 (6), 1488−1493.10.1111/mec.12224.
Disney, H.; Kurina, O.; Tedersoo, L.; Cakpo, Y. (2013). Scuttle flies (Diptera: Phoridae) reared from fungi in Benin. African Invertebrates, 54 (2), 357−371.
Zhou, L.W.; Tedersoo, L. (2012). Coltricia australica sp. nov. (Hymenochaetales, Basidiomycota) from Australia. Mycotaxon, 122, 123−128.
Zhou, Li-Wei; Kõljalg, Urmas (2013). A new species of Lenzitopsis (Thelephorales, Basidiomycota) and its phylogenetic placement. 87−92.
Lõhmus, A.; Suija, A.; Lõhmus, P. (2013). Intensive local surveys can complement rapid survey techniques to provide insights into the population size and ecology of lichenised fungi. 6 (5), 449−452. DOI: 10.1016/j.funeco.2013.05.002.
Leppik, E., Jüriado, I., Suija, A. and Liira, J. (2015). Functional ecology of rare and common epigeic lichens in alvar grasslands. 13, 66−76. DOI: 10.1016/j.funeco.2014.08.003.
Pérez-Ortega, S.; Suija, A.; Crespo, A.; de los Ríos, A. (2014). Lichenicolous fungi of the genus Abrothallus (Dothideomycetes: Abrothallales ordo nov.) are sister to the predominantly aquatic Janhulales. 64 (1), 295−304. DOI: 10.1007/s13225-013-0269-y.
Randlane, T.; Lõhmus, P.; Martin, L.; Suija, A. (2014). New Estonian records and amendments: Lichenized and lichenicolous fungi. 51, 135. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.12697/fce.2014.51.16.
Pärtel, Kadri (2014). Ultrastructure of the ascus apical apparatus of Encoelia furfuracea (Helotiales). 13 (4), 981−986.
Parmasto, E; Saar, I; Larsson, E; Rummo, S. (2014). Phylogenetic taxonomy of Hymenochaete and related genera (Hymenochaetales). 13 (1), 55−64. DOI: 10.1007/s11557-013-0891-9.
Tedersoo, L.; Harend, H.; Buegger, F.; Pritsch, K.; Saar, I.; Kõljalg, U. (2014). Stable isotope analysis, field observations and synthesis experiments suggest that Odontia is a non-mycorrhizal sister genus of Tomentella and Thelephora. Fungal Ecology, 11, 80−90.10.1016/j.funeco.2014.04.006.
Nartshuk, E.P.; Kurina, O. (2014). A new mycophagous species of the genus Gaurax Loew, 1863 (Diptera: Chloropidae) from Benin, Africa. Zootaxa, 3873, 297−300.10.11646/zootaxa.3873.3.9.
Suija, A.; de los Ríos, A.; Pérez-Ortega, S. (2015). A molecular reappraisal of Abrothallus species growing on lichens of the order Peltigerales. Phytotaxa, 195 (3), 201−226.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.195.3.1.
Leppik, E., Jüriado, I., Suija, A. and Liira, J. (2015). Functional ecology of rare and common epigeic lichens in alvar grasslands. Fungal Ecology, 13, 66−76.10.1016/j.funeco.2014.08.003.
Etayo, J.; Flakus, A.; Suija, A.; Kukwa, M. (2015). Macroskyttea parmotrematis gen. et sp. nov. (Helotiales, Leotiomycetes, Ascomycota), a new lichenicolous fungus from Bolivia. Phytotaxa, 224 (3), 247−257.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.224.3.3.
Suija, A.; Ertz, D; Lawrey, J. D.; Diederich, P. (2015). Multiple origin of the lichenicolous life habit in Helotiales, based on nuclear ribosomal sequences. Fungal Diversity, 70 (1), 55−72.10.1007/s13225-014-0287-4.
Saar, I.; Voitk, A. (2015). Type studies of two Tricholomopsis species described by Peck. Mycological Progress, 14 (7), 46.10.1007/s11557-015-1068-5.
Jüriado, Inga; Leppik, Ede; Lõhmus, Piret; Randlane, Tiina; Liira, Jaan (2015). Epiphytic lichens on Juniperus communis – an unexplored component of biodiversity in threatened alvar grassland. Nordic Journal of Botany, 33 (2), 128−139.10.1111/njb.00650.
Saar, I.; Kalamees, K.; Vimba, E. (2015). Type studies on Coprinus dunarum Stoll. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 52, 35−40.10.12697/fce.2015.52.05.
Spirin, Viacheslav; Runnel, Kadri; Vlasák, Josef; Miettinen, Otto; Põldmaa, Kadri (2015). Species diversity in the <i>Antrodia crassa</i> group (Polyporales, Basidiomycota). x, x−x. DOI: 10.1016/j.funbio.2015.09.008 [ilmumas].
Suija, Ave; Oja, Ede; Suu, Annika; Marmor, Liis (2015). New Estonian records: Lichenized and lichenicolous fungi. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 52, 129−130.10.12697/fce.2015.52.15.
Paal, Jaanus; Jürjendal, Iti, Suija, Ave; Kull, Ain (2016). Impact of drainage on vegetation of transitional mires in Estonia. Mires and Peat, 18, 1−19. DOI: 10.19189/MaP.2015.OMB.183.
Motiejūnaitė, J.; Chesnokov, S. V.; Czarnota, P.; Gagarina, L.V.; Frolov, I.; Himelbrant, D.; Konoreva, L. A.; Kubiak, D.; Kukwa, M.; Moisejevs, R.; Stepanchikova, I.; Suija, A.; Tagirdzhanova, G.; Thell, A.; Tsurykau, A. (2016). Ninety-one species of lichens and allied fungi new to Latvia with a list of additional records from Kurzeme. Herzogia, 29, 143−163.
Holien, H.; Frisch, A.; Jonsson, F.; Klepsland, J.T.; Millanes, A.M.; Motiejunaite, J.; Prieto, M.; Pykälä, J.; Suija, A.; Tsurykau, A.; Westberg, M.; Bendiksby, M. (2016). Interesting lichenized and lichenicolous fungi found during the Nordic Lichen Society excursion in Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 2015. Graphis Scripta, 28 (1-2), 40−49.
Mark, K., Saag, L., Leavitt, S. D., Will-Wolf, S., Nelsen, M. P., Tõrra, T., Saag, A., Randlane, T., and Lumbsch, H. T. (2016). Evaluation of traditionally circumscribed species in the lichen-forming genus Usnea, section Usnea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) using a six-locus dataset. xx (xx, xx), xx−xx. DOI: 10.1007/s13127-016-0273-7.
Pärtel, Kadri; Baral, Hans-Otto; Tamm, Heidi; Põldmaa, Kadri (2017). Evidence for the polyphyly of Encoelia and Encoelioideae with reconsideration of respective families in Leotiomycetes. Fungal Diversity, 82 (1), 183−219.10.1007/s13225-016-0370-0.
Saar, I.; Mešić, A.; Tkalčec, Z.; Peintner, U.; Kušan, I. (2016). Cystoderma carpaticum (Basidiomycota, Agaricales), a rare fungus newly recorded from Croatia. Phytotaxa, 269 (1), 021−032.10.11646/phytotaxa.269.1.3.
Vizzini, A.; Baroni, T.J.; Sesli, E.; Antonín, V.; Saar, I. (2016). Rhodocybe tugrulii (Agaricales, Entolomataceae), a new species from Turkey and Estonia based on morphological and molecular data, and a new combination in Clitocella (Entolomataceae). Phytotaxa, 267 (1), 001−015.10.11646/phytotaxa.267.1.1.
Saar, Irja (2016). Type studies of some Cystodermella (Agaricales, Basidiomycota) species. Nova Hedwigia, 102 (3-4), 491−500. DOI: 10.1127/nova_hedwigia/2015/0321.
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Runnel, Kadri (2016). Fungal targets and tools for forest conservation. (Doktoritöö, Tartu Ülikool). Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
Pent, Mari; Põldmaa, Kadri; Bahram, Mohammad (2017). Bacterial Communities in Boreal Forest Mushrooms Are Shaped Both by Soil Parameters and Host Identity. Frontiers in Microbiology, 8, 836. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.00836.
Suija, A.; Tsurykau, A.; Zimmermann, E; Diederich, P. (2018). Molecular and morphological data suggest that the cladoniicolous Pezizella ucrainica belongs to Hyphodiscus (Hyaloscyphaceae, Helotiales). Graphis Scripta, 30 (6), 121−129.
Khodosovtsev, A.; Darmostuk, V.; Suija, A.; Ordynets, A. (2018). Didymocyrtis trassii sp. nov. and other lichenicolous fungi on Cetraria aculeata. The Lichenologist, 50 (5), 529−540.10.1017/S0024282918000294.
Suija, A.; Hawksworth, D.L.; Pérez-Ortega, S. (2018). The generic name Abrothallus (Abrothallales, Dothideomycetes), and names proposed in the genus by Giuseppe De Notaris, Søren Christian Sommerfelt, and Ignaz Kotte. Taxon, 67 (6), 1169−1179.10.12705/676.13.
Voitk, A.; Saar, I.; Trudell, S.; Spirin, V.; Beug, M.; Kõljalg, U. (2017). Polyozellus multiplex (Thelephorales) is a species complex containing four new species. Mycologia, 109, 6, 975−992.10.1080/00275514.2017.1416246.
La Rosa A.; Bizio, E.; Saitta, A.; Tedersoo, L. (2017). Inocybe castaneicolor (Agaricales, Basidiomycota), a new species in section Splendentes. Phytotaxa, 316, 79−87.10.11646/phytotaxa.316.1.8.
Voitk, A.; Saar, I.; Trudell, S.; Spirin, V.; Beug, M.; Kõljalg, U. (2018). Maria’s mushroom. Omphalina, IX (4), 9−18.
Pärtel, Kadri; Põldmaa, Kadri (2019). First report of the anamorph of Encoelia furfuracea (Leotiomycetes) supports the recent merge of Cenangiaceae and Hemiphacidiaceae. Nova Hedwigia, 108 (1-2), 217−226.10.1127/nova_hedwigia/2018/0496.
Spirin, V.; Malysheva, V.; Trichies, G.; Savchenko, A.; Põldmaa, K.; Nordén, J.; Miettinen, O.; Larsson, K.-H. (2018). <p>A preliminary overview of the corticioid <em>Atractiellomycetes (Pucciniomycotina, Basidiomycetes) </em></p>. Fungal Systematics and Evolution, 2, 311−340. DOI: 10.3114/fuse.2018.02.09.
Lõhmus, P.; Lõhmus, A.; Hämäläinen, A. (2018). Rapid legacy-dependent succession of lichen assemblages after forest fires: insights from two boreal regions. Journal of Vegetation Science, 29 (2), 200−212. DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12600.
Mark, Kristiina; Randlane, Tiina; Thor, Göran; Hur, Jae-Seoun; Obermayer, Walter; Saag, Andres (2019). Lichen chemistry is concordant with multilocus gene genealogy in the genus Cetrelia (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota). Fungal Biology, 123 (2), 125−139. DOI: 10.1016/j.funbio.2018.11.013.
Motiejūnaitė, J.; Zhurbenko, M.P; Suija, A.; Kantvilas, G. (2019). Lichenicolous ascomycetes on Siphula-like lichens, with a key to the species. The Lichenologist, 51 (2), 45−73.10.1017/S0024282918000579.
Lõhmus, Piret; Marmor, Liis; Jüriado, Inga; Suija, Ave; Oja, Ede; Degtjarenko, Polina; Randlane, Tiina (2019). Red List of Estonian lichens: revision in 2019. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 56, 63−76.10.12697/fce.2019.56.07.
Knijn, A.; Saar, I.; Ferretti, A. (2019). Biological characteristics of Punctularia atropurpurascens through morphological and molecular analyses during development. Italian Journal of Mycology, 48, 39−49. DOI: 10.6092/issn.2531-7342/9574.
Saar, I.; Oja, J.; Põldmaa, K.; Pärtel, K.; Zettur, I.; Kõljalg, U. (2019). Red List of Estonian Fungi - 2019 update. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 56, 117−126.10.12697/fce.2019.56.12.
Põldmaa, Kadri; Spirin, Viacheslav; Miettinen, Otto; Runnel, Kadri; Savchenko, Anton; Pärtel, Kadri; Kõljalg, Urmas (2019). Fungi from Soomaa National Park: rarities and species new for Estonia. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 56, 127−136.10.12697/fce.2019.56.13.
Poldmaa, Kadri; Bills, Gerald; Lewis, David P.; Tamm, Heidi (2019). Taxonomy of the Sphaerostilbella broomeana-group (Hypocreales, Ascomycota). Mycological Progress, 18 (1-2), 77−89.10.1007/s11557-018-01468-w.
Nilsson, R.H.; Larsson, K-H.; Taylor, A.F.S.; Bengtsson-Palme, J.; Jeppesen, T.S.; Schigel, D.; Kennedy, P.; Picard, K.; Glöckner, F.O.; Tedersoo, L.; Saar, I.; Kõljalg, U.; Abarenkov, K. (2019). The UNITE database for molecular identification of fungi: handling dark taxa and parallel taxonomic classifications. Nucleic Acid Research, 47 (Database issue), D259−D264.10.1093/nar/gky1022.
Johnston, Peter R.; Quijada, Luis; Smith, Christopher A.; Baral, Hans-Otto; Hosoya, Tsuyoshi; Baschien, Christiane; Pärtel, Kadri; Zhuang, Wen-Ying; Haelewaters, Danny; Park, Duckchul; Carl, Steffen; Lopez-Giraldez, Francesc; Wang, Zheng; Townsend, Jeffrey P. (2019). A multigene phylogeny toward a new phylogenetic classification of Leotiomycetes. IMA Fungus, 10, UNSP 1.10.1186/s43008-019-0002-x.
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Tartu Ülikooli mükoloogiliste kogude alla kuulub kolm alakogu: kuivatatud seente kogu, samblike kogu ja seente eluskultuuride kogu. 1) TÜ Loodusmuuseumi seente kogusse kuuluvad kõik seened välja arvatud lihheniseerunud seened. Kogu on suhteliselt väike, kuid viimastel aastatel jõudsalt kasvanud seoses TÜ teadurite ja kraadiõppurite ekspeditsioonide ja välitöödega. Hinnanguliselt sisaldab kuivatatud seente kogu 18 000 seeneksemplari. Neist üle 11 000 eksemplari on kogutud Eestist. Osa materjali on deponeeritud uurijate poolt väljaspoolt Tartu Ülikooli. Väike osa materjali on saadud kingitusena või vahetusena. Põhiliselt kuuluvad kogu koosseisu kott- ja kandseente hõimkonda kuuluvad seened. Eriti hästi on esindatud seente seltsidesse Agaricales, Polyporales, Thelephorales, Helotiales ja Hypocreales kuuluvad taksonid, kuna nende rühmadega tegeldakse Tartu Ülikoolis kõige intensiivsemalt. Kogus talletatakse 119 tüüpeksemplari. Tüüpeksemplaride hulgas on 28 holotüüpi, mis esindavad TÜ teadlaste poolt kirjeldatud seeneliike. 2) Seente eluskultuuride kogus säilitatakse eluskultuure nii katseklaasides (+6° C) kui ka viaalides sügavkülmas (-80°C, talletatakse glütseriini lahuses). Eluskultuuridena talletatakse põhiliselt mükoriisat moodustavaid seeni, seltsi Hypocreales kuuluvaid seeni, vähesel määral inimestel seenhaigusi tekitavaid seeneliike, jms. Isolaatide geograafiline päritolu on erinev, eraldatud on peamiselt Eestist kogutud materjalidest, aga ka välisekspeditsioonidelt kaasatoodud materjalidest. Rahvusvahelisel tasemel käsitletakse TÜ ja EMÜ eluskultuuride kollektsiooni ühise akronüümi - TFC - all. 3) TÜ Loodusmuuseumi samblike kogus talletatakse samblikke, samblikel parasiteerivaid seeni ning osaliselt ka lihheniseerunud seentele süstemaatiliselt lähedasi seeni. Hinnanguliselt talletatakse kogus 95 000 eksemplari. Nende hulgas on 144 tüüpeksemplari, neist holotüüpe on 15. Ajaloolistel põhjustel on TÜ samblike kogu jaotatud kaheks alakoguks - Eesti samblike koguks (Herbarium Estoniae) ja üldkoguks (Herbarium Generale). Eesti herbaarium on suurim Eesti samblike kogu maailmas ning hõlmab hinnanguliselt 55 000 eksemplari. Eesti herbaariumi vanimad eksemplarid pärinevad 19 saj. lõpust. Põhiosa materjalist on kogutud TÜ teadlaste ja kraadiõppurite erinevate teadusprojektide raames. Samblike üldherbaarium (Herbarium Generale) hõlmab materjale väljaspoolt Eestit (ca. 40 000 eksemplari) Suurima osa kogust moodustavad endise NSVL territooriumilt kogutud samblikud, sealhulgas c. 10 000 eksemplari Siberist (Baikali ümbrusest) ning c. 9000 eksemplari Kaug-Idast (Habarovsk ja Primorje, Kamtšatka ja Tšukotka, Wrangeli, Sahhalin ja Kuriili saared jt). Osa üldherbaariumis talletatavatest materjalidest on saadud vahetuste või kingitustena. 1990.-tel aastatel omandas TÜ annetuse Canberrast Austraalia Rahvusliku Botaanikaaia Herbaariumis brüoloogina töötanud väliseestlase Heinar Streimanni vahendusel (c. 3500 eksemplari lõunapoolkeralt - Austraalia, Uus Meremaa, Paapua Uus Ginea jt.). Üldherbaariumis asuvad ka eksikaatkogusid. Esindatud on 33 eksikaatseeriat, neist suurimad on Lichenotheca Fennica (Räsänen); Lichenes Fenniae Exsiccati (Räsänen), Lichenes Danici Exsiccati, Lichenes Groenlandici Exsiccati ja Lichens of Eastern North America exsiccati. Kolme viimast seeriat saadakse vahetusena seniajani.
The mycological collection of the University of Tartu include three subcollections: collection of dried fungi, collection of dried lichens and collection of fungal cultures. 1) Th collection of dried fungi includes all fungi except lichenized fungi. The mycological collection of the Natural History Museum of the University of Tartu is quite small (approximately 18 000 specimens), but is constantly growing due to the deposition of the material collected by the researchers and graduate students of the UT during their scientific expeditions and field works. Smaller amount of material is deposited by the people outside of the UT or acquired as exchange or gift. The largest part of the collection is formed by the ascomycetous and basidiomycetous fungi. Due to the fact that the researchers of the UT are working with the taxa from the fungal orders Agaricales, Polyporales, Thelephorales, Helotiales and Hypocreales, these fungi are the best represented in the collection. There are 119 type specimens in the mycologial collection, of them 28 holotypes. Most of them are described by the researchers of the University. 2) The living fungal specimens are stored in test tubes (+6° C) or in vials in freezer (-80 °C in glycerine). The collection includes mostly mycorrhiza-forming fungi, fungi from the order Hypocreales, a few fungi that cause human fungal disesases, etc. The geographical origin of isolates varies, but Estonian material dominates. Internationally, the collection is known under acronyme TFC (Tartu Fungal Collection). TFC includes collections deposited in TU and in Estonian University of Life Sciences. 3) Lichens, lichenicolous fungi and a few non-lichenized fungi which are systematically allied to lichenized fungi are preserved in the lichen herbarium of the Natural History Museum of the University if Tartu. The lichen collection includes ca. 95 000 specimens. There are 144 type specimens, of them 15 holotypes. Due to the historical reasons, the collection is divided into two parts - Estonian herbarium (Herbarium Estoniae) and general herbarium (Herbarium Generale). The Estonian Herbarium is the largest collection of Estonian lichens (ca. 55 000 specimens) in the world. The oldest material is from the end of 19th century. The material in Estonian herbarium is mostly collected by the researchers and graduate students of the UT during their research projects and field works. Lichen specimens outside of the Estonian territory are kept in the general herbarium. The collection includes approximately 40 000 specimens. The largest part of the herbarium is formed by the material collected by the researchers of the UT in their scientific expeditions. The most valuable part of the herbarium is from the former territory of the USSR, including c. 10 000 samples from Baical area collected in 1979-1982, c. 9000 samples from Far East (Primorye, Khabarovsk region. Kamtchatka, Kuril Islands etc.). In 1990-s, c. 3500 herbarium envelopes were donated by Heinar Streimann from the Australian National Herbarium in Canberra. This material is collected from Southern Hemisphere (Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, etc.). The general herbarium includes also exsiccate collections (in total 33 series) acquired mostly via exchange programs. The largest series are Lichenotheca Fennica (Räsänen); Lichenes Fenniae Exsiccati (Räsänen), Lichenes Danici Exsiccati, Lichenes Groenlandici Exsiccati ja Lichens of Eastern North America exsiccati. The exchange programs are still on-going.
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Samblike kogu collection of dried lichens
Seente eluskultuuride kogucollection of fungal cultures
Seente kogucollection of dried fungi
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herbaareksemplaridca. 95000 kuivatatud samblikkueksemplarÜhes herbaarümbrikus võib olla mitu sambliku eksemplari põhjusel, et mitte alati pole võimalik eksemplare substraadilt eraldada. Samblike kogus võetakse materjale arvele eksemplaride kaupa. Samblike üldherbaariumis on hinnaguliselt 40 000 herbaarümbrikku, Eesti herbaariumis ligikaudu 55 000. Samblike üldherbaariumis talletatava materjali päritolumaa on põhiliselt endine NSVL territoorium (Kaug-Ida, Baikali ümbruskond, Karjala, Kesk-Aasia riigid jm.), väiksem osa on kogutud Soome, Rootsi, Austraalia, USA, Gröönimaalt, jm. Üldherbaariumi juures hoitakse ka nn. eksikaatkogusid - esindatud on 33 eksikaatseeriat. Tüüpeksemplare on 144, sh. 15 holotüüpiOne herbarium envelope in lichen herbarium can include several specimens. The accounting is specimen, not envelope based. The general herbarium consists approximately 40.000 herbarium envelopes, Estonian herbarium ca. 55 000 specimens. The material of the general herbarium is collected from the territory of the USSR (Far East, lake Baical surroundings, Karelia, Central Asia, etc.), smaller amount from Finland, Sweden, Australia, United States, Greenland, etc. The herbarium includes also exsiccate material (33 series). Number of type specimens 144, among them 15 holotypes.
eluskultuuridc. 2900 isolaatisäilitusühik2019.a. seisuga sisaldab seente eluskultuuride kogu c. 2900 isolaati.The collection includes c. 2900 fungal strains (data from 2016)
herbaareksemplarid18000 kuivatatud seenteksemplarEksemplaride päritolumaa: Eesti, Läti, Leedu, Soome, Rootsi, Norra, Taani, Venemaa, Shotimaa, USA, Kostariika, Argentiina, Benin, Tansaania, Seishellli saared, Tai, Austraalia (sh Tasmaania). Kogus talletatakse 119 tüüpeksemplari sh. 28 holotüüpi.The material is collected from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Scotland, United States of America, Argentina, Benin, Tanzania, Sheishelles, Thailand, Australia (incl. Tasmania), etc. There are 119 type specimens in the collection, including 28 holotypes.
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BRAHMS (FoxPro): TU Eesti samblikud40541puudubBotaaniliste kollektsioonide haldamiseks välja töötatud programmi (BRAHMS) abil toimus herbaareksemplaride andmebaasistamine alates 1995 a.-st kuni 2009.a. lõpuni.The program package BRAHMS which was worked out for the management of Botanical collections was used for databasing from 1995 to 2009.
TÜ Loodusmuuseumi andmebaas83023https://plutof.ut.eeUute eksemplaride arvelevõtt toimub TÜ Loodusmuuseumis väljatöötatud veebipõhise töölaua - PlutoF kaudu ning andmed talletatakse TÜ loodusmuuseumi andmebaasis. Paralleelselt toimub alakogudes aja jooksul deponeeritud materjalide andmebaasistamine. Lisaks eksemplari kirjele, talletatakse andmebaasis ka eksemplarist tehtud fotosid, geenijärjestusi, .pdf-faile, jms. Seisuga 30.12.2019 on andmebaasis 110599 TU(M) akronüümi kandva kirjet. Neist 7702 kirjega on seotud pildifail (sh. foto eksemplarist, skaneeritud etikett, jms.), 11 147 kirjega on seotud geenijärjestus(ed), 3890 kirjega on seotud nii pildifail kui geenijärjestus, 590 kirjega on seotud info eluskultuuri kohta. The new material is registered via the web-based workbench - PlutoF developed by the IT-team of the Natural History Museum of UT, and the data is preserved in the database of the Natural History Museum. The databasing of already deposited material is on-going process. Besides the data of dried herbarium specimens, gene sequences, photos, pdf files directly connected with the preserved specimens are deposited in the database. There are 110599 entries with the acronym TU(M) inserted into the database (30.12.2019). Of them 7702 entries are tied with image files (photo of the specimen, scanned labels, etc.), 11147 with DNA sequence(s), 3890 both with image file and DNA sequences, 590 with information about fungal culture.
TÜ Loodusmuuseumi mõlemad seente kogud (nii eluskultuuride kui ka kuivatatud seente kogu) on ühed noorimaid, asutatud 2005.a. Kogusse talletavad oma materjale TÜ teadlased ja kraadiõppurid ning deponeerivad uurijad väljaspoolt Tartu Ülikooli. Kuni 2009 a.-ni asusid kogud aadressil Vanemuise 21, kus töötas TÜ mükoloogia töögrupp. Seoses uue õppehoone - Chemicumi valmimisega Ravila 14a, kolis töögrupp koos mükoloogiliste kollektsioonidega uue pinnale. TÜ Loodusmuuseumi samblike kogu täpne asutamisaeg on teadmata. Vanimad kogus talletatavad eksemplarid pärinevad 1860-test (A. Bruttani kollektsioon c. 500 eksemplariga, lisaks eksemplarid, mille etiketil Herbarium Horti Botanici Jurjeviensis). Väärtkogude hulka kuuluvad veel P. Wasmuthi, K. Mereschkowsky, H. Aasmaa ja V. Räsäneni kollektsioonid. Samuti esimese eestlasest lihhenoloogi Hilja Lippmaa, nagu ka D. Reinthali, J. Ruubeli, G. Vilbaste ja T. Lippmaa kollektsioonid põhiliselt 1930-ist. Dokumentatsioon nimetatud kogude omandamise kohta puudub. Võimalik, et need hävinesid sõja ajal. Suurim nõukogude perioodist pärinev kollektsioon on prof. Hans Trassilt, kes koos kolleegidega tõi kaasa materjale uurimisretkedelt, peamiselt endise NL territooriumilt. Samblike kogu andmebaasistamist alustati 1995.a. Andmebaasistamiseks kasutati spetsiaalselt botaaniliste kogude andmebaasistamiseks välja töötatud tarkvara BRAHMS. 2010.a. toimus üleminek TÜ Loodusmuusemis väljatöötatud andmebaasisüsteemile.
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Põhiliselt kasutavad TÜ Loodusmuuseumi seente ja samblike kogusid TÜ teadustöötajad ja kraadiõppurid, samuti uurijad väljaspoolt TÜ-d, keskmiselt 3-4 inimest päevas. Tihe koostöö toimub teiste Eesti mükoloogiliste kogudega - Eesti Maaülikooli (TAA(M) ja EAA(M)), Tallinna Botaanikaaia (TALL) ning Eesti Loodusmuuseumi (TAM) mükoloogiliste kogudega. Koostöö hõlmab vastastikust kogude külastamist ja laenamist. Samuti toimub ühise veebipõhise andmebaasi arendamine, mis võimaldab mükoloogilisi kogusid efektiivsemalt hallata ja kasutada. Keskmiselt tuleb TÜ seente kogudesse väljaspoolt Eestit materjali väljalaenamiseks aastas 10 palvet, mis võimalusel ka rahuldatakse.
The mycological collections of the Natural History Museum of the UT is mostly used by the researchers and graduate students of the UT and of the University of Life Sciences, less by the amateur researchers, approximately 3-4 persons per day.. The mycologial collection tightly cooperates with the rest of Estonian mycological collections i.e. with the mycological collection of the Estonian University of Life Sciences (TAA(M), EAA(M)), Tallinn's Botanical Garden (loans, visits of researchers) and Estonian Nature Museum (TAM) There are approximately 10 loan requests per year outside of Estonia. All loan requests are granted if possible.
Vastavalt loodusmuuseumis kehtestatud korrale. https://www.natmuseum.ut.ee/sites/loodusmuuseum/files/pildid/UT_Loodusmuuseum_botaanika_ja_mukoloogiakogude_kasutamine_2016%20%282%29.pdf
The rules are in accordance with the general order of the Natural History Museum of the University of Tartu. https://www.natmuseum.ut.ee/sites/loodusmuuseum/files/pildid/UT_Loodusmuuseum_botaanika_ja_mukoloogiakogude_kasutamine_2016%20%282%29.pdf
Andmete ja materjalide kasutamine on vaba. Herbaarmaterjalide kasutamine toimib vastavalt kogudes kehtestatud reeglitele ning kokkuleppel kogu kuraatoriga. Piiranguid võidakse kehtestatakse tüüpmaterjalide kasutamisele või andmetele, mis on teaduspublikatsioonina avaldamata. Teadustöödes, kus on kasutatud TÜ loodusmuuseumist laenatud eksemplare tuleb näidata kogu akronüüm ja täielik nimetus. Ilmunud teadustöö üks separaat või .pdf-formaadis fail tuleb saata TÜ loodusmuuseumile.
The exploitation of material and data is free. The exploitation of material should be in accordance with the general rules of the collection's usage. The limitations can be made for the usage of type material and for the unpublished data according to the researchers will. If the material which is loaned from the collections of the Natural History Museum of UT has been used for scientific research, then it is necessary to refer the acronym and full name of the scientific collection in the scientific paper. The author(s) have to send a copy or .pdf-file to the museum.