Pacific boletes: implications for biogeographic relationships.

@article{Halling2008PacificBI,
  title={Pacific boletes: implications for biogeographic relationships.},
  author={Roy E Halling and Todd W. Osmundson and Maria-Alice Neves},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2008},
  volume={112 Pt 4},
  pages={
          437-47
        }
}
The obligate association of boletes with their plant partners is critical to understanding biogeographic distribution of these fungi. Only in rare instances are boletes not obligatory associates of plants; the majority are presumed or proven partners in obligate symbioses with a variety of plants. The array of plant-associated distributions provides a potential handle for evaluating bolete distribution on a global scale. However, migration processes remain unclear and distributions are often… CONTINUE READING

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