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Title: Els fongs de Catalunya occidental segons les prospeccions recents. II
Author: Llimona, Xavier
Blanco Bueno, María Natividad
Dueñas, Margarita
Gorris Galtes, Montserrat
Gràcia, Enric
Hoyo, P.
Llistosella, Jaume
Martí, Jordi
Martín Esteban, María Paz
Muntañola-Cvetkovic, M.
Quadrada, R.
Rocabruna, August
Salcedo, Isabel
Sierra López, Dolores
Tabarés, Manuel (Tabarés Carriedo)
Vila, Jordi (Vila i Garcia)
Keywords: Basidiomicets
Fongs
Taxonomia botànica
Catalunya
Basidiomycetes
Gasteromycetes
Fungi
Botanical taxonomy
Catalonia
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Departament de Biologia Vegetal, Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: This paper contains the conclusion of a mycological survey of western Catalonia. The first part of the results was published in Acta Bot. Barc. 45 (Homenatge a Oriol de Bolòs): 57-89. The present part covers the last two groups of Basidiomycota: the agarics (326 species) and the gasteromycetes (44 species). The data regarding the surveyed area, collection localities, abbreviations used in the information on ecology, collectors and identifiers are found in the mentioned first part, which contains records of 37 species of Myxomycota, 5 of Zygomycota, 101 of mitosporic fungi, 8 of Teliomycetes, 1 of Ustomycetes, 16 of Phragmobasidiomycetes and 92 of Aphyllophorales. Together with the first part, the results of our survey are a useful contribution to an improved understanding of the fungal component of plant communities of the dry, warm lowlands of the western Mediterranean region, and highlight the remarkable reproductive activity of the fungi observed during late Autumn and Winter, in the studied area.
Note: Reproducció digital del document publicat en format paper
It is part of: Acta Botánica Barcinonensia, 2000, vol. 46, p. 5-29
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/17673
ISSN: 0210-7597
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