Meadowbrook
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Plot 1 is a wooded river-bottom habitat with large beech trees, which produces an excellent variety of fungi.

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
AmanitaMycorrhizal
Amanita rubescensMycorrhizal
Amanita yellowMycorrhizal
Armillaria melleaParasite
Artomyces pyxidatusSaprobe
Biscogniauxia atropunctataParasite
Boletus rubellusMycorrhizal
Cantharellus cibariusMycorrhizal
Cerrena unicolorSaprobe
Chalciporus piperatoidesMycorrhizal
Conocybe teneraSaprobe
Coprinellus disseminatusSaprobe
Coprinellus radiansSaprobe
Crepidotus malachius var. malachiusSaprobe
Crepidotus versutusSaprobe
Cup tiny yellow stalkedSaprobe
DendrotheleSaprobe
Ductifera pululahuanaSaprobe
FomitopsisSaprobe
Ganoderma applanatumParasite
Ganoderma lucidumParasite
Gloeoporus dichrousSaprobe
Helvella sulcataDebatable
Hydnellum spongiosipesMycorrhizal
HygrocybeDebatable
Hygrocybe conicaDebatable
Hygrophorus eburneusMycorrhizal
Hypomyces hyalinusParasite
Hypomyces microspermusParasite
HypoxylonSaprobe
HypoxylonSaprobe
InocybeMycorrhizal
Inocybe calosporaMycorrhizal
Inocybe pyriodoraMycorrhizal
Inocybe "radial"Mycorrhizal
Inocybe yellowMycorrhizal
Irpex lacteusSaprobe
Laccaria ochropurpureaMycorrhizal
Lactarius piperatusMycorrhizal
Lactarius subplinthogalusMycorrhizal
Marasmius capillarisSaprobe
Marasmius copelandii var. olidusSaprobe
Marasmius rotulaSaprobe
Mycena corticolaSaprobe
Mycena haematopusSaprobe
Mycena iodiolensSaprobe
Mycena leaianaSaprobe
Mycena luteopallensSaprobe
Perenniporia ohiensisSaprobe
Peziza succosaSaprobe
Phlebia tremellosaSaprobe
PluteusSaprobe
Pluteus "grey"Saprobe
Polyporus alveolarisSaprobe
Polyporus elegansSaprobe
Polyporus squamosusParasite
Pores yellow-stainingSaprobe
Poronidulus conchiferSaprobe
Psathyrella candolleanaSaprobe
Psathyrella echinicepsSaprobe
Red spotSaprobe
Resinomycena rhododendriSaprobe
Rhizomarasmius pyrrhocephalusSaprobe
Rickenella fibulaSaprobe
RussulaMycorrhizal
Russula adulterinaMycorrhizal
Russula aerugineaMycorrhizal
Russula disparilisMycorrhizal
Russula humidicola sensu Burl.Mycorrhizal
Russula michiganensisMycorrhizal
Russula ochrophyllaMycorrhizal
Russula pectinatoidesMycorrhizal
Russula puellarisMycorrhizal
Russula redolensMycorrhizal
Russula seperinaMycorrhizal
Russula uncialisMycorrhizal
Russula "red"Mycorrhizal
Sarcodon fennicusMycorrhizal
Sarcoscypha occidentalisSaprobe
Schizophyllum communeSaprobe
Scutellinia scutellataSaprobe
Steccherinum ochraceumSaprobe
Stereum complicatumSaprobe
Strobilomyces confususMycorrhizal
Tetrapyrgos nigripesSaprobe
Trametes hirsutaSaprobe
Trametes versicolorSaprobe
Trichaptum biformeSaprobe
TyromycesSaprobe
Tyromyces chioneusSaprobe
Xerula furfuraceaSaprobe
Xylaria cornu-damaeSaprobe
Xylaria longipesSaprobe
Xylaria polymorphaSaprobe
Xylobolus frustulatusSaprobe
Species count : 95
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Ecological role summary :
31Mycorrhizal
33%
54Saprobic
57%
7Parasitic
7%
3Debatable
3%

Mapping :
Plot 1 Map

Plot 2 Map
 Recorded here
 Presence here implied from presence in nested quadrat
Smaller quadrats are not shown at exact scale.
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