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Recommended protocols for sampling macrofungiAuthor(s): Gregory M. Mueller; John Paul Schmit; Sabine M. Hubndorf Leif Ryvarden; Thomas E. O'Dell; D. Jean Lodge; Patrick R. Leacock; Milagro Mata; Loengrin Umania; Qiuxin (Florence) Wu; Daniel L. Czederpiltz
Source: Biodiversity of fungi : inventory and monitoring methods. Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier Academic Press, c2004: Pages -172
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DescriptionThis chapter discusses several issues regarding reommended protocols for sampling macrofungi: Opportunistic sampling of macrofungi, sampling conspicuous macrofungi using fixed-size, sampling small Ascomycetes using microplots, and sampling a fixed number of downed logs.
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CitationMueller, Gregory M.; Schmit, John Paul; Ryvarden, Sabine M. Hubndorf Leif; O''Dell, Thomas E.; Lodge, D. Jean; Leacock, Patrick R.; Mata, Milagro; Umania, Loengrin; Wu, Qiuxin (Florence); Czederpiltz, Daniel L. 2004. Recommended protocols for sampling macrofungi. Biodiversity of fungi : inventory and monitoring methods. Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier Academic Press, c2004: Pages -172
KeywordsMacrofungi diversity, fungi diversity, sampling procedures, fungi inventories
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