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Synopsis of wood inhabiting aphyllophorales basidiomycetes and heterobasidiomycetes from northern iran



Synopsis of wood inhabiting aphyllophorales basidiomycetes and heterobasidiomycetes from northern iran



Mycotaxon 12(2): 473-502



The hitherto known wood-fungus flora in the Caspian forests is presented. Relations to the deciduous forests of the nemoral zone in Europe are discussed, as well as general patterns for the distribution of wood-fungi within this zone. Altogether 275 spp. are recorded here from Iran, among them 80 for the first time.

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