Bukharova N.V.

History of the study of aphyllophoroid fungi in the Far East of Russia

Year: 2018, Issue: LXVI, Pages: 288 - 311

Mycological studies in the Far East of Russia have long been conducted along with botanical ones. Only with the 30th of the last century began a systematic study of the mycobiota of some Far Eastern territories, mainly the nature reserves, where the researches of mycologists were most often conducted. To date, planned research has been conducted in only 16 out of 23 Far Eastern reserves. Part of the reserves, including: Bolonsky, Dzhugdzhursky, Poronaisky, Koryaksky, Komandorsky, Wrangel Island in mycological terms remain unexplored and the main reason is their inaccessibility and absence of specialists-mycologists in them. The most studied biota of aphyllophoroid fungi in the reserves of Lazovsky (249 species), Ussuriisky (230), Kedrovaya Pad (223), Sikhote-Alinsky (169) in the Primorsky Krai, Bolshekhekhtsirsky (271) in the Khabarovsky Krai, Bastak (224) in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast.

DOI: 10.25221/kl.66.12

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