Ecology and Distribution of Morels (Morchellaceae, Helvellaceae) in the Republic of Macedonia
Keywords:fungi, morels, distribution, ecology, Morchellaceae, Helvellaceae, Republic of Macedonia
This paper contains results of research in the distribution and ecology of morels (Morchellaceae, Helvellaceae) in the Republic of Macedonia. In the course of the researches 22 species have been registered, belonging to 9 genera: Disciotis, Gyromitra, Helvella, Leptopodia, Mitrophora, Mitrula, Morchella, Ptychoverpa and Verpa. The following 11 species are new for the mycobiota of the Republic of Macedonia: Gyromitra esculenta, Helvella acetabulum, Helvella queletii, Leptopodia elastica, Leptopodia monachella, Mitrophora semilibera, Morchella conica, Morchella deliciosa, Morchella vulgaris, Verpa conica and Verpa digitaliformis, therefore the aim of this work is to provide a more comprehensive review on the distribution and ecology of morels in the Republic of Macedonia.
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