Deciduous trees as lichen phorophytes: biodiversity and colonization patterns under common garden conditions

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Deciduous trees as lichen phorophytes : biodiversity and colonization patterns under common garden conditions. / Larsen, Hanne Marie Ellegård; Hansen, Eric Steen; Nord-Larsen, Thomas; Rasmussen, Hanne Nina.

I: Lichenologist, Bind 52, Nr. 3, 2020, s. 221-232.

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Larsen, HME, Hansen, ES, Nord-Larsen, T & Rasmussen, HN 2020, 'Deciduous trees as lichen phorophytes: biodiversity and colonization patterns under common garden conditions', Lichenologist, bind 52, nr. 3, s. 221-232. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0024282920000018

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Larsen, H. M. E., Hansen, E. S., Nord-Larsen, T., & Rasmussen, H. N. (2020). Deciduous trees as lichen phorophytes: biodiversity and colonization patterns under common garden conditions. Lichenologist, 52(3), 221-232. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0024282920000018

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Larsen HME, Hansen ES, Nord-Larsen T, Rasmussen HN. Deciduous trees as lichen phorophytes: biodiversity and colonization patterns under common garden conditions. Lichenologist. 2020;52(3):221-232. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0024282920000018

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Larsen, Hanne Marie Ellegård ; Hansen, Eric Steen ; Nord-Larsen, Thomas ; Rasmussen, Hanne Nina. / Deciduous trees as lichen phorophytes : biodiversity and colonization patterns under common garden conditions. I: Lichenologist. 2020 ; Bind 52, Nr. 3. s. 221-232.

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abstract = "Common gardens are experimental plantations for comparing the performance of tree species while eliminating many of the variables that prevail in natural tree stands. The aim of this study was to evaluate the biodiversity of corticolous lichens on Danish tree species (Acer pseudoplatanus, Alnus glutinosa, Betula pendula, Fagus sylvatica, Fraxinus excelsior, Quercus robur and Tilia cordata) under common garden conditions and to examine the height distribution of particular lichen species. Observations were recorded through regular sampling of at least 36 lichen species on the main stems (from the base of the stem to the treetops) of 44-year-old trees at four common garden sites. Acer pseudoplatanus and Fraxinus excelsior had the greatest lichen species richness and Shannon diversity values while these measures were significantly lower for Betula pendula and Fagus sylvatica. The distribution of lichen species appeared biased among tree species. The general lichen distribution and relative sample height were weakly related (nonmetric multidimensional scaling). However, single lichen species showed a clear differential distribution along the tree stem (P < 0.001, non-parametric multiplicative regression and logistic log-binomial regression). Lepraria incana, Pseudosagedia aenea and Arthonia atra were mainly found at the stem base while Lecanora carpinea, L. chlarotera, Lecidella elaeochroma, Physcia tenella and Xanthoria parietina, were most abundant at around 70{\%} of the total tree height. The differential distribution of single lichen species presumably reflects different specific requirements during spore germination and thallus growth. By isolating the unique effect of key variables (tree species and height), this study contributes to the knowledge base of corticolous lichen ecology.",
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AU - Larsen, Hanne Marie Ellegård

AU - Hansen, Eric Steen

AU - Nord-Larsen, Thomas

AU - Rasmussen, Hanne Nina

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N2 - Common gardens are experimental plantations for comparing the performance of tree species while eliminating many of the variables that prevail in natural tree stands. The aim of this study was to evaluate the biodiversity of corticolous lichens on Danish tree species (Acer pseudoplatanus, Alnus glutinosa, Betula pendula, Fagus sylvatica, Fraxinus excelsior, Quercus robur and Tilia cordata) under common garden conditions and to examine the height distribution of particular lichen species. Observations were recorded through regular sampling of at least 36 lichen species on the main stems (from the base of the stem to the treetops) of 44-year-old trees at four common garden sites. Acer pseudoplatanus and Fraxinus excelsior had the greatest lichen species richness and Shannon diversity values while these measures were significantly lower for Betula pendula and Fagus sylvatica. The distribution of lichen species appeared biased among tree species. The general lichen distribution and relative sample height were weakly related (nonmetric multidimensional scaling). However, single lichen species showed a clear differential distribution along the tree stem (P < 0.001, non-parametric multiplicative regression and logistic log-binomial regression). Lepraria incana, Pseudosagedia aenea and Arthonia atra were mainly found at the stem base while Lecanora carpinea, L. chlarotera, Lecidella elaeochroma, Physcia tenella and Xanthoria parietina, were most abundant at around 70% of the total tree height. The differential distribution of single lichen species presumably reflects different specific requirements during spore germination and thallus growth. By isolating the unique effect of key variables (tree species and height), this study contributes to the knowledge base of corticolous lichen ecology.

AB - Common gardens are experimental plantations for comparing the performance of tree species while eliminating many of the variables that prevail in natural tree stands. The aim of this study was to evaluate the biodiversity of corticolous lichens on Danish tree species (Acer pseudoplatanus, Alnus glutinosa, Betula pendula, Fagus sylvatica, Fraxinus excelsior, Quercus robur and Tilia cordata) under common garden conditions and to examine the height distribution of particular lichen species. Observations were recorded through regular sampling of at least 36 lichen species on the main stems (from the base of the stem to the treetops) of 44-year-old trees at four common garden sites. Acer pseudoplatanus and Fraxinus excelsior had the greatest lichen species richness and Shannon diversity values while these measures were significantly lower for Betula pendula and Fagus sylvatica. The distribution of lichen species appeared biased among tree species. The general lichen distribution and relative sample height were weakly related (nonmetric multidimensional scaling). However, single lichen species showed a clear differential distribution along the tree stem (P < 0.001, non-parametric multiplicative regression and logistic log-binomial regression). Lepraria incana, Pseudosagedia aenea and Arthonia atra were mainly found at the stem base while Lecanora carpinea, L. chlarotera, Lecidella elaeochroma, Physcia tenella and Xanthoria parietina, were most abundant at around 70% of the total tree height. The differential distribution of single lichen species presumably reflects different specific requirements during spore germination and thallus growth. By isolating the unique effect of key variables (tree species and height), this study contributes to the knowledge base of corticolous lichen ecology.

KW - Faculty of Science

KW - lav-flora

KW - Bark

KW - species richness

KW - epifytter

KW - artsfordeling

KW - Økologi

KW - common garden experiment

KW - Lichen

KW - Bark

KW - Speices richness

KW - Epiphytes

KW - Species distribution

KW - ecology

KW - common garden experiment

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