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This site has a surprising number of mycorrhizal fungi, considering the infestation of Rhamnus frangula!

This site has only been surveyed under fair weather conditions. Macrofungal data may be unreliable.

See only species found in:

Species list for all plots
Latin NameID ConfidenceMapEcological Role
Alboleptonia sericellaSaprobe
Bisporella citrinaSaprobe
Bjerkandera adustaSaprobe
CortinariusMycorrhizal
Crepidotus mollisSaprobe
Crust ("crackling")Saprobe
Daedaleopsis confragosaSaprobe
Entoloma rhodopoliumSaprobe
GymnopusSaprobe
Inocybe calosporaMycorrhizal
Inocybe "green corn"Mycorrhizal
Irpex lacteusSaprobe
Lactarius camphoratus (group)Mycorrhizal
LeptoniaSaprobe
Mycena iodiolensSaprobe
Perenniporia ohiensisSaprobe
Polyporus alveolarisSaprobe
Polyporus elegansSaprobe
Polyporus squamosusParasite
Resinomycena rhododendriSaprobe
Russula fragilisMycorrhizal
Russula heterophyllaMycorrhizal
Russula puellarisMycorrhizal
Russula subgraminicolorMycorrhizal
Russula "red"Mycorrhizal
Russula "white"Mycorrhizal
Tetrapyrgos nigripesSaprobe
Trichaptum biformeSaprobe
TyromycesSaprobe
VarariaSaprobe
Species count : 30
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Ecological role summary :
10Mycorrhizal
33%
19Saprobic
63%
1Parasitic
3%

Mapping :
Plot 1 Map

Plot 2 Map
 Recorded here
 Presence here implied from presence in nested quadrat
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