Czech Mycology 53(2): 141–148             Article published: 20th February, 2002 doi: 10.33585/cmy.53203

TOMŠOVSKÝ M.

Remarks on the distribution of Hymenochaete carpatica in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Abstract

Hymenochaete carpatica Pilát is an inconspicuous species that was almost completely overlooked until 1988 (Baici and Léger 1988) since its description in 1930. The ecology and distribution of the species in Central and Eastern Europe is described. Hymenochaete carpatica grows only on bark chips of old living trunks of Acerpseudoplatanus and has not been found on any other host. This species is known from Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany and Slovakia. Recently it was also found in Romania and the Ukraine for the first time. Two maps demonstrate the distribution of Hymenochaete carpatica in the Czech Republic and Europe to date.


Keywords:     Hymenochaete carpatica, ecology, distribution, Europe

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Tomšovský M. (2001): Remarks on the distribution of Hymenochaete carpatica in Central and Eastern Europe. – Czech Mycology 53(2): 141–148. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.53203

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