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|Title: ||Macrofungi diversity in cork-oak and holm-oak Woodlands in Alentejo (Southern Portugal)|
|Authors: ||Santos-Silva, Celeste|
|Keywords: ||cork oak|
|Issue Date: ||15-Jul-2011|
|Publisher: ||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Citation: ||"Louro R. , Santos-Silva, C. Macrofungi diversity in cork-oak and holm-oak Woodlands in Alentejo (Southern Portugal). Proceedings of the “XVIII Simposio de Botánica Criptogámica”, 13 a 16 de Julho, Barcelona, Espanha.|
|Abstract: ||With the purpose of contributing to a better knowledge of the Portuguese mycota, a compilation study of the macrofungal diversity of cork-oak and holm-oak woodlands (montado/dehesas) of Alentejo, Southern Portugal was made. This work is based on a series of macrofungi surveys, carried out by the authors, between 2005 and 2011, in six representative sites.
Taxonomy and nomenclature follows Kirk et al. (2001) and Kirk (2004-2011). Current species distribution was consulted in: online international and national diversity databases, monographs and other national and international publications.
As a result 318 taxa were recorded, 68.9 % in cork-oak and 71.7 % in holm-oak woodlands, with 40.6 % of shared taxa. Concerning trophic strategy, 142 mycorrhizal, 173 saprotrophic and 3 parasites were found. The mycorrhizal/saprotrophic quotient was higher in cork-oak (1.12 ± 0.16) than in holm-oak (0.77 ± 0.14) woodlands. Two orders, Agaricales and Russulales, comprised 81 % of the total identified taxa. There was almost no dissimilarity on the number of taxa per family between cork and holm-oak, except for Amanitaceae and Cortinariaceae, both exhibiting higher values in cork-oak. Of the total taxa, 29 represent new records to Portugal.|
|Appears in Collections:||ICAAM - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais|
BIO - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais
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