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Silva Gabreta 10

  • 01.12.2004
Silva Gabreta 10

Jan Holec

Rare and interesting fungi from the Vydra-Otava River valley in the Šumava National Park (Bohemian Forest, Czech Republic)

Abstract

Interesting finds of fungi (macromycetes) from the Vydra-Otava River valley in Šumava National Park (Bohemian Forest, Czech Republic) are reported. Four species (Albatrellus cristatus, A. subrubescens, Cortinarius phoeniceus, and Hygrophorus pudorinus) are reported for the first time from the whole mountain range including its German part. Tricholoma pessundatum and Tremiscus helvelloides are new for the Czech part of the mountains. Boletopsis grisea, Hydnellum peckii, and Lactarius albocarneus were found here after 47-65 years. Cortinarius bolaris is a rare symbiont of Fagus in various habitats and altitudes. The distribution and ecology of the species in the Bohemian Forest is evaluated. Generally, the Vydra-Otava river valley represents a natural biocorridor in the mountains for fungi growing preferably at lower altitudes and in areas with a warmer climate.

Key words:
fungi, macromycetes, distribution, ecology

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