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Sienet ja Metsien Luontoarvot [Mushrooms and the Natural Value of Forests]

Field / Identification Guide
Series: Norrlinia Volume: 27
By: Tea von Bonsdorff(Author), Ilkka Kytövuori(Author), Jukka Vauras(Author), Seppo Huhtinen(Author), Panu Halme(Author), Teppo Rämä(Author), Lasse Kosonen(Author), Stefan Jakobsson(Author)
272 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour distribution maps
Sienet ja Metsien Luontoarvot [Mushrooms and the Natural Value of Forests]
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Language: Finnish with English chapter summaries

Many mushrooms are of excellent value as indicators of habitat protection. They are not always threatened with extinction or particularly rare species, but for their growth demand features that are ecologically valuable and only found in endangered habitats.

The book Sienet ja Metsien Luontoarvot presents a scoring system for 545 indicator mushroom species to determine ecologically valuable wooded habitats. The species determination section describes the specific terms carefully, and includes color photographs of 147 species of fungi. The main focus is on Agaricales, Boletaceae, Ramaria (coral fungi) and hedgehog mushrooms. The book describes two species of fungi new to science.

Summary in Finnish:
Monet sienet ovat erinomaisia elinympäristönsä edustavuuden ja suojeluarvon indikaattoreita. Ne eivät aina ole uhanalaisia tai erityisen harvinaisia lajeja, mutta vaativat kasvupaikoiltaan piirteitä, joita on vain luonnonsuojelullisesti arvokkaissa ja uhanalaisissa elinympäristöissä.

Sienet ja Metsien Luontoarvot-kirjassa esitetään pisteytysjärjestelmä 545 indikaattorisienelle luonnonsuojelullisesti arvokkaissa metsäisissä elinympäristöissä. Sienikartoitusten tilaajille ja tekijöille on mukana inventointiohjeistus.

Lajien määritysosiossa esitellään tarkoin tuntomerkein ja värivalokuvin 147 sienilajia. Päähuomio on helttasienissä, tateissa, haarakkaissa ja orakkaissa. Kirjassa kuvataan tieteelle kaksi uutta sienilajia.

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Field / Identification Guide
Series: Norrlinia Volume: 27
By: Tea von Bonsdorff(Author), Ilkka Kytövuori(Author), Jukka Vauras(Author), Seppo Huhtinen(Author), Panu Halme(Author), Teppo Rämä(Author), Lasse Kosonen(Author), Stefan Jakobsson(Author)
272 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour distribution maps
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