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Ectomycorrhizal communities of Quercus garryana are similar on serpentine and nonserpentine soils
Serpentine soils, rich in iron, magnesium, and heavy metals, select for unique plant communities and for endemic species. Because mycorrhizal fungi mediate the interaction between plants and soil, weExpand
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Mycorrhizas on nursery and field seedlings of Quercus garryana
Oak woodland regeneration and restoration requires that seedlings develop mycorrhizas, yet the need for this mutualistic association is often overlooked. In this study, we asked whether QuercusExpand
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Fungal Planet description sheets: 868–950
Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Australia, Chaetomella pseudocircinoseta and Coniella pseudodiospyri on Eucalyptus microcorys leaves,Expand
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Boletus rubriceps , a new species of porcini from the southwestern USA
The porcini ( Boletus s.s.) are an economically important group of ectomycorrhizal fungi whose basidiocarps have a white tube layer at first, reticulate stipe, and white flesh.  The type species, B.Expand
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Mechanical mastication and prescribed fire in conifer–hardwood chaparral: differing responses of ectomycorrhizae and truffles
Fire-prone hardwood-conifer chaparral comprises a significant component of vegetation in seasonally dry areas where prescribed burns of standing vegetation are limited by air-quality restrictions andExpand
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Balsamia (Sequestrate Helvellaceae, Ascomycota) in western North America
Balsamia, a hypogeous, sequestrate genus in the Helvellaceae, has been characterized variously as having three to eight species in North America, and these have been considered either different fromExpand
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Alessioporus rubriflavus (Boletaceae), a new species from the eastern United States
In 2014 Alessioporus was erected as a monotypic genus.  Here we describe a new species from the eastern United States, Alessioporus rubriflavus, based on unique morphology and molecular data (ITS andExpand
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Rodent dispersal of fungal spores promotes seedling establishment away from mycorrhizal networks on Quercus garryana
With global warming and the possible decline of conifers, more habitat may be available to oaks, particularly at higher elevations and more northerly latitudes. Whether oaks expand into new habitatsExpand
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Aquatic gilled mushrooms: Psathyrella fruiting in the Rogue River in southern Oregon
A species of Psathyrella (Basidiomycota) with true gills has been observed fruiting underwater in the clear, cold, flowing waters of the upper Rogue River in Oregon. Fruiting bodies develop andExpand
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