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Fungi of Northwestern China

By: Wen-Ying Zhuang(Editor)
Publisher: Mycotaxon
Fungi of Northwestern China
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Language: English

Some 3887 named species belonging to 759 genera of fungi (slime molds, plasmodiophoromycetes, chytrid, oomycetes, zygomycetes, lichens, non-lichenized ascomycetes, anamorphic fungi, rusts, smuts, and the basidiomycetous macrofungi) hitherto known from Gansu, Ningxia, Qinghai, Shaanxi and Xinjiang, China are listed. Useful references, detailed tropical distribution, and hosts or substrates are provided for each species.

Contents

Summary
List of contributors
Acknowlegements
Introduction
Myxomycetes
Oomycetes
Plasmodiophoromycetes and Chytridiomycetes
Zygomycetes
Lichens
Ascomycetes I. Erysiphomycetidae
Ascomycetes II. Leotiomycetidae and Pezizomycetidae
Ascomycetes III. Taphrinomycetidae, Eurotiomycetidae, Dothideomycetidae and Sordariomycetidae
Anamorphic fungi
Urediniomycetes, Uredinales
Ustilaginomycetes
Basidiomycetes I. Cantharellales, Hymenochaetales, Polyporales, Thelephorales and Other Aphyllophoralean Fungi
Basidiomycetes II. Agaricales, Boletales, Phallales and Russulaes
Basidiomycetes III. Auriculariales, Dacrymycetales and Tremellales
Host index
Fungus index

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By: Wen-Ying Zhuang(Editor)
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