Aphyllophoroid fungi (Basidiomycota) in Tunguska river basin, central East Siberia, Russia

Authors: Kotiranta, Heikki & Shiryaev, Anton G.
Journal: Karstenia, Volume 55 (2015), Issue 1-2, pages 25-41.
Doi: https://doi.org/10.29203/ka.2015.467
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Key words: central East Siberia, clavarioid fungi, corticioid fungi, poroid fungi

Abstract:  The forests in Tunguska River basin in central East Siberia were investigated in autumn 2013. The closest study sites of Aphyllophoroid fungi are situated about 650 km south of Tunguska River in Krasnoyarsk area. Altogether 548 collections and notes were made and 248 taxa identified. The most species rich morph groups were corticioid fungi with 120 taxa, followed by 65 poroid taxa and 63 species of cantharelloid, clavarioid and hericioid fungi. The richest genus was Typhula with 17 species before Hyphodontia sensu lato (10 species), Tubulicrinis (9), Phellinus sensu lato (8) and Phlebia (8). Some short descriptions of untypical or unidentified specimens are given.