Kitaibelia vol. 7 – no. 2. (2002) p.141-145.
Szigetközi keményfa-ligetek mikológiai jellemzése
Fodor Lívia – Pál-Fám Ferenc – Rimóczi Imre
The present paper reports on the results of a three-year long mycological survey. The study was carried out in the Szigetköz region in stands of three floodplain hardwood associations: Pimpinello majoris- Ulmetum, Majanthemo-Carpinetum and Piptathero virescentis-Quercetum roboris. The list of species, recorded altogether 102 in the investigated stands, was published in Fodor et al. 2001. Macrofungi species have been classified to groups representing certain habitat requirements on the basis of literature and field experiences. The habitats have been characterised by the occurrence of the following species group: common, deciduous forest species, floodplain forest species, species of nutrient and degraded habitats, species characteristic of hardwood forests of Szigetköz (selected on the basis of high frequency and abundance) . According to the functional classification of macrofungi species, 72% was saprotrophic, 15 % mycorrhizal and 13% parasitic in the studied habitats.