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Hypogeous fungi at tree line in the Australian AlpsAuthor(s): James M. Trappe; Andrew W Claridge
Source: In: Meddelelser om Gronland, Bioscience 56, Copenhagen, The Commission for Scientific Research in Greenland, p. 148-158.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe tree line of the continental Australian Alps yielded eighteen species of hypogeous fungi, all probably . forming ectomycorrhizae with Eucalyptus niphophila, the tree species characteristic of that habitat. Six of the species were undescribed. These collections represented six families and twelve genera: Boletaceae (with Chamonixia), Gallaceaceae (Gallacea), Hysterangiaceae (Hysterangium) , Cortinariaceae (Cortinarius, Dermocybe, Descomyces, Protoglossum, Setchelliogaster), Russulaceae (Cystangium, Gymnomyces, Zelleromyces) and Tricholomataceae (Hydnangium). A key to hypogeous fungi so far
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CitationTrappe, James M.; Claridge, Andrew W. 2006. Hypogeous fungi at tree line in the Australian Alps. In: Meddelelser om Gronland, Bioscience 56, Copenhagen, The Commission for Scientific Research in Greenland, p. 148-158.
Keywordshypogeous fungi, sequestrate fungi, tree line, Australia, Eucalyptus, Boletaceae, Clathraceae, Cortinariaceae, Russulaceae, Tricholomataceae
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