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Species diversity of polyporoid and corticioid fungi in northern hardwood forests with differing management historiesAuthor(s): Daniel L. Lindner; Harold H., Jr. Burdsall; Glen R. Stanosz
Source: Mycologia. 98(2): 195?217.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionEffects of forest management on fungal diversity were investigated by sampling fruit bodies of polyporoid and corticioid fungi in forest stands that have different management histories. Fruit bodies were sampled in 15 northern hardwood stands in northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan. Sampling was conducted in five old-growth stands, five uneven-age stands, three even-age unthinned stands and two even-age thinned stands.
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CitationLindner, Daniel L.; Burdsall, Harold H., Jr.; Stanosz, Glen R. 2006. Species diversity of polyporoid and corticioid fungi in northern hardwood forests with differing management histories. Mycologia. 98(2): 195?217.
KeywordsAphyllophorales, Basidiomycete, Corticiaceae, fungi, Polyporaceae, polypore, species diversity
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