Czech Mycology 58(1-2): 43–66             Article published: 10th August, 2006 doi: 10.33585/cmy.58103

ADAMČÍK S., RIPKOVÁ S., ZALIBEROVÁ M.

Diversity of Russulaceae in the Vihorlatské vrchy Mts. (Slovakia).

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Abstract

Russulaceae taxa were studied in selected (nine) localities in the Vihorlatské vrchy Mts. (Slovakia) in the years 2001–2003. The study was focused on their diversity, ecology and distribution. A total of 75 species were identified, from which four species, Lactarius romagnesii, Russula odorata, R. sericatula and R. zvarae, were not published from Slovakia before, and another eleven species are rare.


Keywords:     Russula, Lactarius, distribution, biodiversity, Slovakia, fungi

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Adamčík S., Ripková S., Zaliberová M. (2006): Diversity of Russulaceae in the Vihorlatské vrchy Mts. (Slovakia). – Czech Mycology 58(1-2): 43–66. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.58103

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