The Hungarian lichenologist Ödön Szatala described 169 species and infraspecific taxa, with a majority of these being based on his own collections. He also described taxa from material sent to him for identification. In this study, original material for 27 names (Aspicilia
latiloba, A. microspora var. astroidea, A. microspora var. insensibilis, A. subpercaena, Bacidia rhodi, Buellia samothrakiana, Catillaria lenticularis var. transsilvatica, C. servitii, C. zsakii, Dermatocarpon
fuscatum, Diplotomma alboatrum var. virescens, Lecania nylanderiana var. ochracea, Lecanora atra var. aegaeica, L. cengiae-samboae, L. rhodi, Lecidea aegaeica, L. aegaeica f. acrustacea, L. aegaeica f.
albida, L. aegaeica var. verruculosa, L. euphorea f. decussata, L. iranica, L. stigmatea f. armeniaca, Pertusaria baskalensis, Physcia grisea var. elbursiana, Placodiella olivacea var. stampaliana, Porina
rechingeri and Verrucaria filarszkyana) of taxa described by Szatala and based on material collected by others from Greece, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine was examined, and lectotypes were chosen. In addition, Catillaria servitii has been
found to be the earliest name for C. praedicta.
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Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Ege University, Bornova, 35100 Izmir, Turkey, Email: [email protected]
Department of Botany, Hungarian Natural History Museum, 1476 Budapest, Pf. 222, Hungary
Institute of Ecology and Botany, Centre for Ecological Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2163 Vácrátót, Hungary
Publication date: 20 February 2014
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