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The fungus flora of alsatia france


, : The fungus flora of alsatia france. Zeitschrift fuer Mykologie 45(1): 55-72

This paper concerns the very rich mycological flora of the Hautrhin and Vosges mountains (France). This 1st part discusses the diverse biotopes, woods and some meadowland and heath associations, as well as special habitats such as sawdust piles, plowed fields and charcoal places. Edaphic, geographic and climatic factors are also considered. The most characteristic fungi of each of these habitats are enumerated. Ten ecological types of habitats are distinguished: the Rhine plain between Huningue and Marckolsheim, inclusively the Ried-woods and prairies of northern Colmar-Selestat, the small forests along the Rhine NE of Petit-Landau and north of Neuf-Brisach, 175-250 m; the low hills along the Vosges Mountains (calcareous and silicious soil), 300-350 m; deciduous woods of middle floor of Vosges mountains, 550-900 m; the subalpine beech-woods, 950-1350 m; the woods of fir-trees and Picea, 900-1050 m; the subalpine prairies of the high Vosges, 1100-1400 m; the turfmoss of the Vosges Mountains, 500-1250 m; the beech-woods of Sundgau, 350-410 m; the beech and fir-woods of the Alsatian Jura, 600-820 m; and the special habitats.

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