Preliminary studies of fungi in the Biebrza National Park (NE Poland). Part III. Micromycetes – new data

Malgorzata Ruszkiewicz-Michalska, Stanisław Bałazy, Jerzy Chełkowski, Maria Dynowska, Julia Pawłowska, Ewa Sucharzewska, Jarosław Szkodzik, Cezary Tkaczuk, Mateusz Wilk, Marta Wrzosek

Abstract


Ecological information concerning 292 fungal taxa is reported as a result of two surverys in the Biebrza National Park. Most data presented come from the 5-day all-fungi inventory of the Polish Mycological Society in 2013, and 47 species were recorded during studies in the Biele Suchowolskie fen in 2008/2009. In total, 27 species of zygomycetes, 232 ascomycetes (including anamorphs) and 27 basidiomycetes (mainly Pucciniales). Additionaly some representatives of fungi-like organisms from Stramenopiles (4 species) and Dictyostelia (2) were identified. Fungal groups included were the same as in the previous survey in 2012: 190 taxa associated with plants, 15 with animals, 8 with fungi and 71 isolated from soil, plant debris and animal excrements. The most numerous were anamorphic ascomycetes (159 species). Nineteen species have not been previously known from Poland and 31 species are rare (1–3 localities). For the Biebrza National Park 197 species (67.5%) are new.

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all-species inventory; micromycetes; plant parasites; arthropod pathogens; soil fungi; fungal ecology; protected area

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