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Title: Global diversity and distribution of macrofungi

Author: Mueller, Gregory M.; Schmit, John P.; Leacock, Patrick R.; Buyck, Bart; Cifuentes, Joaquin; Desjardin, Dennis E.; Halling, Roy E.; Hjortstam, Kurt; Iturriaga, Teresa; Larsson, Karl-Henrik; Lodge, D. Jean; May, Tom W.; Minter, David; Rajchenberg, Mario; Redhead, Scott A.; Ryvarden, Leif; Trappe, James M.; Watling, Roy; Wu, Qiuxin;

Date: 2007

Source: Biodiversity and Conservation. Vol. 16 (2007): Pages 37-48.

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Data on macrofungal diversity and distribution patterns were compiled for major geographical regions of the world. Macrofungi are defined here to include ascomycetes and basidiomycetes with large, easily observed spore-bearing structures that form above or below ground. Each coauthor either provided data on a particular taxonomic group of macrofungi or information on the macrofungi of a specificData on macrofungal diversity and distribution patterns were compiled for major geographical regions of the world. Macrofungi are defined here to include ascomycetes and basidiomycetes with large, easily observed spore-bearing structures that form above or below ground. Each coauthor either provided data on a particular taxonomic group of macrofungi or information on the macrofungi of a specific Data on macrofungal diversity and distribution patterns were compiled for major geographical regions of the world. Macrofungi are defined here to include ascomycetes and basidiomycetes with large, easily observed spore-bearing structures that form above or below ground. Each coauthor either provided data on a particular taxonomic group of macrofungi or information on the macrofungi of a specific.

Keywords: Ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes, biodiversity, biogeography, endemism, species lists, fungi, classification, identification, fungal communities, fungi ecology, species diversity, mycological surveys, macrofungi, taxonomy, Zygomycetes

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Mueller, Gregory M.; Schmit, John P.; Leacock, Patrick R.; Buyck, Bart; Cifuentes, Joaquin; Desjardin, Dennis E.; Halling, Roy E.; Hjortstam, Kurt; Iturriaga, Teresa; Larsson, Karl-Henrik; Lodge, D. Jean; May, Tom W.; Minter, David; Rajchenberg, Mario; Redhead, Scott A.; Ryvarden, Leif; Trappe, James M.; Watling, Roy; Wu, Qiuxin 2007. Global diversity and distribution of macrofungi. Biodiversity and Conservation. Vol. 16 (2007): Pages 37-48.

 


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