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    Author(s): D. Jean Lodge; Thomas Læssøe; M. Catherine Aime; Terry W. Henkel; M. Catherine Aime; Terry W. Henkel
    Date: 2008
    Source: North American Fungi. 3(7): 193-213.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    We compared recored of neotropical Xylaria species among Belize, Ecuador, the Guianas, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela to determine if there were neotropical taxa consistently found only in cloud forest or high montane forests that might be endangered by climate change.

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    Lodge, D. Jean; Læssøe, Thomas; Aime, M. Catherine; Henkel, Terry W. 2008. Montane and cloud forest specialists among neotropical Xylaria species. North American Fungi. 3(7): 193-213.


    Xylaria, cloud forest, montane forest, neotropics, conservation, climate change, fungal ecology, biogeography, meta-analysis, Belize, Ecuador, Guianas, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Venezuela

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