Czech Mycology 49(2): 129–145             Article published: 13th October, 1996 doi: 10.33585/cmy.49207

GÁPER J.

Polypores associated with native woody host plants in urban areas of Slovakia.

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Abstract

Sixty-three species of polypores (Polyporales s.l.) were identified on 38 taxa of native woody host plants out of 476 records in urban areas of Slovak towns and villages. The most common species (more than 20 finds) were Bjerkandera adusta, Daedaleopsis confragosa, Fomes fomentarius, Phellinus igniarius, Phellinus tuberculosus and Trametes versicolor. Twenty-eight species were recorded only once or twice.


Keywords:     Polypores, native woody plants, urban areas, Slovakia

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Gáper J. (1996): Polypores associated with native woody host plants in urban areas of Slovakia. – Czech Mycology 49(2): 129–145. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.49207

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