Part 4 , November 1995 DIVERSITY OF LITTER AGARICS AT CUYABENO , ECUADOR : CALIBRATING SAMPLING EFFORTS IN TROPICAL RAINFOREST

@inproceedings{Lodge1996Part4,
  title={Part 4 , November 1995 DIVERSITY OF LITTER AGARICS AT CUYABENO , ECUADOR : CALIBRATING SAMPLING EFFORTS IN TROPICAL RAINFOREST},
  author={D. Jean Lodge and Steve Cantrell},
  year={1996}
}
This study was conducted to determine what area needs to be sampled in order to determine the diversity of litter agarics in a wet mainland Neotropical forest. Unlike the situation in Britain and Europe, where the agaric mycota is largely known, the fungi in many wet tropical forests have never been investigated, and often between 20% and 40% of the species are undescribed. Results of a recent survey of mycologists who have worked in both hemispheres suggests that many fungal groups reach their… CONTINUE READING

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