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Ukr. Bot. J. 2019, 76(3): 211–219
https://doi.org/10.15407/ukrbotj76.03.211
Fungi and Fungi-like Organisms

Fungi of the orders Agaricales, Boletales, and Russulales in the Psel River basin

Makarenko Y.M.
Abstract

The article presents results of the mycological research in the Psel River basin. Taxonomic diversity, ecological and trophic peculiarities of fungi of Agaricales, Boletales and Russulales, as well as their distribution patterns in the main plant communities of the studied area are provided. In total, 356 species of 116 genera, of 37 families, and 3 orders of the Agaricomycetes were recorded. Majority of the fungi belong to Agaricales (276 species). The best represented families are Agaricaceae (67 species) and Russulaceae (38 species). The largest genera are Russula (24 species) and Agaricus (22 species). Of the found species, 60 were recorded for the first time in the Left Bank Forest-Steppe and 41 – in the Forest-Steppe zone of Ukraine. One species, Agaricus iodosmus, is so far known in Ukraine only from the studied territory. Agaricus bresadolanus, A. tabularis, and Leucoagaricus nympharum are listed in the Red Data Book of Ukraine. The highest diversity of basidiomycetes was observed in lime-oak forests (103 species) and pine forests (100 species). The prevailing ecological groups are mycorrhizal fungi (127 species) and soil saprotrophic fungi (110 species).

Keywords: Agaricomycetes, Left Bank Forest-Steppe zone, macromycetes, taxonomic structure, Ukraine

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