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Survey on the distribution of Macrofungi in Mongolia
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Survey on the distribution of Macrofungi in Mongolia
Nyamsuren, Kherlenchimeg; Magsar, Urgamal; Batsumber, Solongo; Myagmardorj, Tseveendari; Tsogtbaatar, Enkhsaikhan; Cho, Youngho; Kwon, Ohseok;
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 Abstract
This paper reports the species of macromycetes collected in Mongolia: all the species are new to the area. Brief notes on taxonomy, ecology and distribution of the species are added. A total of 30 species of macromycetes were registered, 1 belonging to the division Ascomycota and 29 to the division Basidiomycota. It has been registered that 30 species belong to 25 genera, 17 families and occur in the flora fungus of Mongolia, until now. Specimen for 150 of samples macromycetes collected from June to August, 2015 in Tuv, Arkhangai and Huvsgul were enveloped. Macromycetes have been occured in 9 of 16 geographic regions. According to our studies 2 species in Khubsgul region, 2 species in Khangai region, 3 species in Khingan, 3 species in Dornod Mongol, 1 species in Khentei regions newly registered respectively. As a result of this work, determined 7 species (23%) of macromycetes in forest steppe and steppe regions and 23 species (77%) of them in forest region. The trophic structure for the fungal species is as follows: 2 species lignophite (7%), 4 species moss saprophyte (13%), 5 species soil saprophyte (17%), 15 species mycorrhiz (50%) of all species were respectively.
 Keywords
macrofungi;distribution;plant-geographical region;Mongolia;
 Language
English
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