Checklist of ectomycorrhizae from Pakistan

  • Sana Jabeen University of the Punjab, Lahore
  • Samina Sarwar University of the Punjab, Lahore
  • Abdul Rehman Khan Niazi
  • Abdul Nasir Khalid University of the Punjab, Lahore
Keywords: ascomycota, basidiomycota, conifers, deciduous

Abstract

This is the first attempt to make a comprehensive checklist of the ectomycorrhizae that exist in Pakistan. The genera are arranged in alphabetical order (Amanita, Boletus, Cantharellus, Clavariadelphus, Clitocybe, Cortinarius, Craterellus, Descolea, Geastrum, Genea, Gomphus, Helvella, Hydnum, Lactarius, Lyophyllum, Peziza, Porphyrellus Ramaria, Russula, Sarcodon, Suillus, Tomentella, Tricholoma), with the species arranged alphabetically within each genus. Each species is given with its distribution and host a total of twenty three (23) genera are presented.

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Published
2014-08-22
Section
Review Articles