TITLE

Macrofungi Collected form the Black Hills of South Dakota and Bear Lodge Mountains of Wyoming

AUTHOR(S)
Gabel, Audrey; Ebbert, Elaine; Lovett, Kristie
PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
American Midland Naturalist;Jul2004, Vol. 152 Issue 1, p43
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The objective of the study was to collect, identify and document the presence of macrofungi occurring in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Bear Lodge Mountains of Wyoming. Two-hundred sixty species of macrofungi were collected from 95 sites in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Bear Lodge Mountains of Wyoming during 1998-2002. Two-hundred thirty-nine are submitted as new records for the area. Thirty percent of all species were collected only once during the study and 35% were collected from only one site. A total of 17B species were collected from five established permanent sites. All permanent sites were visited four times each summer during the study. Of species collected at permanent sites, 19% were collected only once at a site and 57% occurred at only one of the five sites. Twenty-five species (10%) were collected every year from one or more of all 95 sites and 10 species (6%) were collected every year from one or more of the five permanent sites.
ACCESSION #
13793706

 

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