Ambler Expansion
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The flatwoods section of Ambler Expansion harbors a good diversity of fungi, including species that are unusual for northern Indiana (for example, Russula compacta and Russula ballouii).

This site has been surveyed under good weather conditions. Relevant ecological roles should be represented.

See only species found in:

Species list for all plots
Latin NameID ConfidenceMapEcological Role
Amanita brunnescensMycorrhizal
Amanita GN274Mycorrhizal
Amanita rubescensMycorrhizal
Artomyces pyxidatusSaprobe
Boletus frostiiMycorrhizal
Boletus pallidusMycorrhizal
Boletus subvelutipesMycorrhizal
Clitocybe gibbaSaprobe
Ganoderma applanatumParasite
Hydnellum spongiosipesMycorrhizal
Hydnochaete olivaceaSaprobe
Hypomyces chrysospermusParasite
Lactarius imperceptusMycorrhizal
Leccinum holopus var. americanumMycorrhizal
Lenzites elegansSaprobe
Marasmius delectansSaprobe
Perenniporia ohiensisSaprobe
Piptoporus betulinusSaprobe
Polyporus squamosusParasite
Russula ballouiiMycorrhizal
Russula compactaMycorrhizal
Russula ornaticepsMycorrhizal
Russula seperinaMycorrhizal
Russula silvicolaMycorrhizal
Russula subsericeonitensMycorrhizal
Stereum complicatumSaprobe
Stereum hirsutumSaprobe
Trametes versicolorSaprobe
Trichaptum biformeSaprobe
Tricholoma sejunctumMycorrhizal
Tylopilus indecisusMycorrhizal
Tyromyces caesiusSaprobe
Species count : 35
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