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Author(s): Rudolf, K., Pál-Fám, F. & Morschhauser, T.
Title: Macrofungi records from a wood pasture in the Belső-Cserehát (NE Hungary)
Year: 2016
Volume: 47
Pages: 29-40.


Abstract: In the Belső-Cserehát the oak-wood pastures have significant natural values. These areas remaining after the abandonment of grazing become more and more conspicuous as protected areas nowadays, Europe-wide. The Irota wood pasture has been formed from Quercetum petraeaecerris and Carici pilosae-Carpinetum forest associations. In the 1980s after the abandonment of grazing the area went through a spontaneous afforestation. The myco- and phyto-coenological survey of the Irota wood pasture was made in 2004–2005 and was repeated in 2014–2015. The size of samples was determined following myco-coenological methodology in five plots. During the mycological field survey 107 macrofungi species were recorded, 31 of which are new in this area. Among them several rare species were found such as Aureoboletus gentilis, Rugosomyces carneus, Helvella pezizoides, Mycena abramsii, Pluteus cinereofuscus, Tubaria conspersa, Bolbitius reticulatus and Lentinellus ursinus.
Keywords: macrofungi, biodiversity, preservation, land use, Irota, myco-coenology

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Barina, Z.