Publications

Books/Book chapters

Chhatra Mani Sharma, Sharma S., Gurung S., Jüttner I. , Roshan Man Bajracharya and Neera Shrestha Pradhan. 2010. Ecological Studies within the Gokyo Wetlands, Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal. In Jha P.K.& Khanal I.P. (eds) Contemporary Research in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) Region, Nepal, 2010, pp. 139-154. Publisher : Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Khumaltar, Lalitpur

Orange, A. 2009. Saxicolous lichen and bryophyte communities in upland Britain. JNCC Report 404. ISSN 0963 8091.

Orange, A. 2009. Saxicolous lichen and bryophyte communities in upland Britain. JNCC Report 404. ISSN 0963 8091.

Ormerod, S.J. & Jüttner I. 2009. Pollution effects on Welsh rivers: a damaged past, an uncertain future? In : Williams, D.D. & Duigan, C.A. (eds.), The Rivers of Wales, 181-203, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

Newton, A.E. & Tangney, R.S. (eds.) 2007.  Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution.  Systematics Association Special Volume Series 71. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Hatton-Ellis, T., Blackstock, T. & Orange, A. 2009. Life in Welsh Rivers: Plants. In Rivers of Wales (Williams, D.D. & Duigan, C. (eds.) : 69-87. Leiden: Backhuys, Weikersheim: Margraf.

Ebach, M. & Tangney, R.S. (eds.) 2007.  Biogeography in a changing world.  Systematics Association Special Volume Series 70. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Tangney, R.S.  2007.  Sympodial and monopodial growth in mosses: examples from the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida).  Chapter 15. In : Newton, A.E. & Tangney, R.S. (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Tangney, R.S. 2007.  Biogeography of austral pleurocarpous mosses: distribution patterns in the Australasian region.  Chapter 19. In : Newton, A.E. & Tangney, R.S. (eds.), Pleurocarpous mosses: systematics and evolution.  Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Orange, A., Wolseley, P., Karunaratne, V. & Bombuwala, K. 2001. Two leprarioid lichens new to Sri Lanka. - In: McCarthy, P.M., Kantvilas, G., Louwhoff, S.H.J.J. (eds.) : Lichenological Contributions in Honour of Jack Elix. Bibliotheca Lichenologica, J. Cramer, Berlin, Stuttgart, pp. 327-333.

Orange A., James, P.W. & White, F.J. 2001. Microchemical Methods for the Identification of Lichens. British Lichen Society. 101 pp.

Orange, A. 2000. Verrucaria Schrader. - In: Seaward, MRD (ed.): Lichen Atlas of the British Isles. Fascicle 5. Aquatic Lichens and Cladonia (Part 2). British Lichen Society, London, pp. 4 (unnumbered)

Orange, A. 1999. Lepraria Ach. and Leproloma Nyl. ex Crombie. - In: Seaward, MRD (ed.): Lichen Atlas of the British Isles. Fascicle 4. Cavernularia, Degelia, Lepraria, Leproloma, Moelleropsis, Pannaria, Parmeliella. British Lichen Society, London, pp. 2 (unnumbered).

Orange, A. 1998. Lichens in upland spruce plantations.  In: Humphrey, J.W., Holl, K., & Broome, A.C. (eds.) : Birch in Spruce Plantations: Management for Biodiversity. Forestry Commission Technical Paper, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 25-30.

Wade, A.E., Kay, Q.O.N. & Ellis, R.G. 1994. Flora of Glamorgan. HMSO, London.

Woods, R.G. (1993), Flora of Radnorshire. National Museum of Wales and Bentham-Moxon Trust, Cardiff and Kew.

Perry, A. R. 1992. Mosses and Liverworts of Woodland. A Guide to Some of the Commonest Species. National Museum of Wales

Peer-reviewed papers

Cocquyt C., Jüttner I., Kusber W.-H. 2013. Reinvestigation of West African Surirellaceae (Bacillariophyta) described by Woodhead and Tweed from Sierra Leone. Diatom Research online.

Sharma C.M., Sharma S., Bajracharya R.M., Gurung S., Jüttner I., Kang, S., Zhang Q. 2012. First results on bathymetry and limnology of high-altitude lakes in the Gokyo Valley, Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park, Nepal. Limnology 13, 181-192.

Cantonati M., Füreder L., Gerecke R., Jüttner I., Cox E.J. 2012. Crenic habitats, hotspots for freshwater biodiversity conservation: toward an understanding of their ecology. Freshwater Science, 31(2), 463-480.

Jüttner I. Chimonides P.D.J., Ormerod S.J. 2012. Developing a diatom monitoring network in an urban river-basin: initial assessment and site selection. Hydrobiologia, 695, 137-151.

Jüttner I., Cox E.J. 2011. Achnanthidium pseudoconspicuum comb. nov.: morphology and ecology of the species and a comparison with related taxa. Diatom Research. 26 (1-2), 21-29.

Van de Vijver B.,Jüttner I., Gurung S., Sharma C., Sharma S., de Haan M., Cox E.J. 2011. The genus Cymbopleura (Cymbellales, Bacillariophyta) from high altitude freshwater habitats, Everest National Park, Nepal, with the description of two new species. Fottea, 11(2), 245-269.

Jüttner I., James Chimonides & Eileen J. Cox. 2011. Morphology, ecology and biogeography of diatom species related to Achnanthidium pyrenaicum (Hustedt) Kobayasi (Bacillariophyceae) in streams of the Indian and Nepalese Himalaya. Algological Studies 136/137, 45-76.

Jüttner I., Krammer, K, Van de Vijver B., Tuji A., Simkhada B., Gurung S., Sharma S., Sharma C., Cox E.J. 2010. Oricymba (Cymbellales, Bacillariophyceae), a new cymbelloid genus and three new species from the Nepalese Himalaya. Phycologia, Volume 49 (5), 407–423.

Jüttner I., Gurung S., Sharma C., Sharma S., De Haan M. & Van de Vijver B. 2010. Morphology of New Taxa in the Cymbella aspera and Cymbella neocistula Groups, Cymbella yakii sp. nov., and Cymbella cf. Hantzschiana from Everest National Park, Nepal. Polish Botanical Journal 55(1): 73–92.

Jüttner I., Chimonides P.D.J., Ormerod S.J., Cox E.J. 2010. Ecology and biogeography of Himalayan diatoms: distribution along gradients of altitude, stream habitat and water chemistry. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 177/4, 293-311.

Jüttner I., P.J. Chimonides, S.J. Ormerod 2010. Using diatoms as quality indicators for a newly-formed urban lake and its catchment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 162, 47-65.

Tangney, R.S. 2010.  Lectotypification of Leskea mollis Hedw.  Journal of Bryology 32 (2): 147-148.

Nic Lughadha, E., Slade, K., Jennings, L., Boudet-Fernandes, H. & Lucas, E. 2010. Three new species of Myrcia section Gomidesia (Myrtaceae) - from Espírito Santo, Brazil. Kew Bulletin 65: 21–28

Quandt D, Huttunen S, Tangney R, Stech M. (2009) Back to the future?  Molecules take us back to the 1925 classification of the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida).  Systematic Botany 34 (3): 1–12.

Orange, A. 2009. Two parasitic species of Placopyrenium (Verrucariaceae) from freshwater habitats in north-west Europe. Lichenologist 41: 131-139.

Orange, A. 2009. A new species of Petractis (Ostropales s.lat., lichenized Ascomycota) from Wales. Lichenologist 41: 213-221.

Gueidan, C., Savić, S., Thüs, H., Roux, C., Keller, C., Tibell, L., Prieto, M., Heiðmarsson, S., Breuss, O., Orange, A., Fröberg, L., Amtoft, A.W., Navarro-Rosinés, P., Krzewicka, B., Pykälä, J., Grube, M. & Lutzoni, F. 2009. Generic classification of the Verrucariaceae (Ascomycota) based on molecular and morphological evidence: recent progress and remaining challenges. Taxon 58: 184-208.

Stech, M., Sim-Sim, M., Esquivel, M.G., Fontinha, S., Tangney, R., Lobo, C., Gabriel, R. & Quandt, D. 2008.  Explaining the ‘anomalous’ distribution of Echinodium (Bryopsida: Echinodiaceae): independent evolution in Macaronesia and Australasia. Organisms Diversity and Evolution 8: 282-292.

Tangney, R.S. 2008.  A review of Lembophyllum Lindb. (Bryopsida: Lembophyllaceae).  Journal of Bryology 30 (1): 41-47.

Fehrer, J., Slavíková -Bayerová, S. & Orange, A. 2008.  Large genetic divergence of new, morphologically similar species of sterile lichens from Europe (Lepraria, Stereocaulaceae, Ascomycota): concordance of DNA sequence data with secondary metabolites. Cladistics 24: 443-458.

Slade, K. & Rich, T.C.G. 2007. Pollen studies in British Hieracium sect. Alpina (Asteraceae). Watsonia 26, 443-450

Lewis, B., Jüttner, I., Reynolds, B., Marsh-Smith, S. & Ormerod, S.J. 2007. Comparative assessment of stream acidity using diatoms and macroinvertebrates: implications for river management and conservation. Aquatic Conservation. Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 17, 502-519.

Tangney, R.S. 2006. Phyllodioicy in Lembophyllum (Bryopsida: Lembophyllaceae). Journal of Bryology 28: 382-384.

Sohrabi, M., & Orange, A. 2006. New records of sorediate lichens from Iran. - Iranian Journal of Botany 12: 103-105.

Slavíková-Bayerová, Š. & Orange, A. 2006. Three new species of Lepraria (Ascomycota, Stereocaulaceae) containing fatty acids and atranorin. - Lichenologist 38(6): 503-513.

Simkhada, B., Jüttner, I. & Chimonides, P.J. 2006. Diatoms in lowland ponds of Koshi Tappu, Eastern Nepal – relationships with chemical and habitat characteristics. International Revue of Hydrobiology, 91(6), 574-593.

Simkhada, B. & Jüttner, I. 2006. Diatoms in ponds and small lakes of the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal – relationships with chemical and habitat characteristics. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 166(1), 41-65.

Orange, A. 2006. Adelphacarus sellnicki Grandjean (Acari: Oribatida) new to Britain, as a herbarium pest. - Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 142: 169-173.

Orange, A. & Wolseley, P. 2005. Two new thamnolic acid-containing Lepraria species from Thailand. - Lichenologist 37(3): 247-250.

Halici, M. G., Orange, A. & Aksoy, A. 2005. Weddellomyces turcicus, a new species on a grey Acarospora from Turkey.  Mycotaxon 94: 249-252.

Orange, A. 2004. Verrucaria papillosa is a synonym of V. viridula. - Lichenologist 36(6): 445-447.

Orange, A. 2004. The Verrucaria fuscella group in Great Britain and Ireland. - Lichenologist 36(3-4): 173-182

Orange, A. 2004. A remarkable new freshwater Verrucaria from Europe. - Lichenologist 36(6): 349-354.

Jüttner, I., Reichardt, E. & Cox, E.J. 2004. Taxonomy and ecology of some new Gomphonema species common in Himalayan streams. Diatom Research, 19(2), 235-264.

Hirst, H., Chaud, F., Delabie, C., Jüttner, I. & Ormerod, S.J. 2004. Assessing the short-term response of stream diatoms to acidity using inter-basin transplantations and chemical diffusing substrates. Freshwater Biology, 49, 1072-1088.

Tangney, R.S. & Fife, A.J. 2003. A review of the genus Fallaciella (Bryopsida: Lembophyllaceae), including a new species from South Island, New Zealand. Journal of Bryology 25: 121-128.

Tangney, R.S. 2003. The problem with biogeography. The Systematist 22: 6-10.

Orange, A. 2003. Sectoring in Fuscidea kochiana (Hepp) Wirth & Vezda. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 93: 26.

Orange, A. 2003. Cryptothele in the British Isles. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 92: 32-34.

Orange, A. 2003. A foliicolous community in south Wales. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 92: 60-62.

Jüttner, I., Sharma, S., Dahal, B.M., Ormerod, S.J., Chimonides, P.J. & Cox, E.J. 2003. Diatoms as indicators of stream quality in the Kathmandu Valley and Middle Hills of Nepal and India. Freshwater Biology, 48, 2065-2084.

Hirst, H., Jüttner, I. & Ormerod, S. 2002. Comparing the response of diatoms and macroinvertebrates to metals in upland streams of Wales and Cornwall. Freshwater Biology, 47, 1752-1765.

Orange, A. 2002. Lichenicolous fungi on Ionaspis lacustris. - Mycotaxon 81: 265-279.

Printzen, C., Lumbsch, H.T. & Orange, A. 2001. Biatora britannica sp. nov. and the occurrence of Biatora efflorescens in the British Isles. - Lichenologist 33(3): 181-187.

Orange, A. 2001. Lepraria atlantica, a new species from the British Isles. - Lichenologist 33(6): 461-465.

Quandt, D., Tangney, R.S., Frahm, J-P. & Frey, W.  2000.  A molecular contribution for understanding the Lembophyllaceae (Bryopsida) based on noncoding chloroplast regions (cpDNA) and ITS2 (nrDNA) sequence data.  Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory  89: 71-92.

Orange, A. 2000. Verrucaria elaeina, a misunderstood European lichen. - Lichenologist 32(5): 411-422.

Tangney, R.S. 1998. The architecture of the Lembophyllaceae (Musci). 1998. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 84: 37-47.

Tangney, R.S. 1998. Architecture and growth form in mosses. Bryological Times 96: 2-3.

Orange, A. 1998. Dermatocarpon leptophyllodes and related species in the British Isles. Lichenologist 30: 1-20.

Tangney, R.S. 1997. A systematic evaluation of the Lembophyllaceae, Musci. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 81: 123-153.

Tangney, R.S. 1997. A taxonomic revision of Camptochaete Reichdt. (Musci: Lembophyllaceae). Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 81: 53-121.

Tangney, R.S. & Fife, A.J. 1997. The occurrence of Ptychomnion densifolium in New Zealand. Journal of Bryology 19: 821-827.

Orange, A. 1997. Chemical variation in Lepraria eburnea. Lichenologist 29: 9-13.

Lorimer, S.D., Barns, G., Evans, A.C., Foster, L.M., May, B.C.H., Perry, N.B. & Tangney, R.S. 1996. Cytotoxicity and antimicrobial activity of plants from New Zealand's subantarctic islands. Phytomedicine 2 (4): 327-333.

Orange, A. 1993. Thelidium austroatlanticum (Verrucariaceae), a new species from the South Orkney Islands. Lichenologist 25: 271-277.

Orange, A. 1993. Cladonia azorica in the British Isles. Lichenologist 25: 105-114.

Tangney, R.S., Mark, A.F. & Wilson, J.B. 1990. The bryophyte island biogeography of Lake Manapouri, Fiordland, New Zealand. Oikos 59: 21-26.

Tangney, R.S. 1989. Moss biogeography in the Tasman Sea region. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 16: 665-678.

Tangney, R.S. 1988. Ecological studies of a marine terrace sequence in the Waitutu Ecological District of southern New Zealand. Part 2: The bryophyte communities. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand Volume 18 (1): 59-78.

Online resources

Orange, A. unpublished 2008. British Pyrenocarpous Lichens. [This is an informal identification guide which was originally prepared for the British Lichen Society Workshop ‘Pyrenocarps on Rock’, held at the Blencathra Field Study Centre, Keswick, Cumbria, on 26 August to 2 September 2006].

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