Türkiye Makrofunguslarına Aydın Yöresinden Yeni Kayıtlar

Hakan ALLI, Mustafa IŞILOĞLU

Ekoloji, 2007, Issue 64, Pages: 63-73

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Abstract

This study was caried out on the macrofungi specimens collected from Aydýn Province between 2002-2005. As a result of the field and laboratory studies, 19 taxa belong to 2 classes are determined as new records for Turkey.

Keywords

Macrofungi, new records, Turkey

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