Czech Mycology 73(1): 21–42             Article published online: 12th February, 2021 doi: 10.33585/cmy.73102


Checklist of macrofungi from oak forests in the Republic of Kosovo.

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In the period from 2017 to 2019 a survey of the diversity of fungi in oak forests in the Republic of Kosovo was conducted. The survey included 31 localities, mainly in Quercetum frainetto-cerris and Querco-Carpinetum orientalis communities. As a result of the fieldwork performed in various seasons, a first checklist of fungi from oak forests in the country is provided. A total of 220 taxa (219 species and one forma) were identified. The majority of the identified taxa belong to Basidiomycota (206) and only 14 species to Ascomycota. The paper provides a list of all recorded species with data on locality, altitude, time of collection, forest association and type of substrate. Distribution and ecology of selected rare or threatened species are briefly discussed.

Keywords:     fungi, taxa, Balkan Peninsula, diversity, ecology, rare species.

Article history: received 27 May 2020, revised 14 November 2020, accepted 14 December 2020, published online 12 February 2021 (including Electronic supplement)

Full citation:

Ramshaj Q., Rusevska K., Tofilovska S., Karadelev M. (2021): Checklist of macrofungi from oak forests in the Republic of Kosovo. – Czech Mycology 73(1): 21–42. copy to clipboard

doi: 10.33585/cmy.73102

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