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(Ectomycorrhizal fungi) (fungi that form ectomycorrhizae)

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Subtaxa (ie subgroups of this Informal)

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Suggested Literature

Identification Works

DEEMY: an Information System for Characterization and DEtermination of EctoMYcorrhizae: http://www.deemy.de/ DEEMY: an Information System for Characterization and DEtermination of EctoMYcorrhizae
Thoen, D., 1977 Identification of ectomycorrhizal fungi by thin layer chromatography

North American

British Columbia Ectomycorrhizal Research Network: http://www.pfc.forestry.ca/biodiversity/bcern/intro_e.html British Columbia Ectomycorrhizal Research Network

General Works

Ali, N.A. & Jackson, R.M., 1988 Effects of plant roots and their exudates on germination of spores of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi
Bahram, 2014 Network perspectives of ectomycorrhizal associations
Bruns, T.D. & Bidartondo, M.I., 2002 Molecular windows into the below-ground interactions of ectomycorrhizal fungi
Finlay, R.D., 2004 Mycorrhizal fungi and their multifunctional roles
Gibson, F. & Deacon, J.W., 1988 Experimental study of establishment of ectomycorrhizas in different regions of birch root systems
Gordon, M. & van Norman, K., 2014 Molecular monitoring of protected fungi: mycelium persistence in soil after timber harvest
Jansen, A.E. & Dighton, J., 1990 Effects of air pollutants on ectomycorrhizas
Newton, A.C. & Haigh, J.M., 1998 Diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi in Britain: a test of the species-area relationship, and the role of host specificity
Shaw, P.J.A., & Lankey, K., 1994 Studies on the Scots Pine mycorrhizal fruitbody succession
Shaw, P.J.A., Kibby, G. & Mayes, J., 2003 Effects of thinning treatment on an ectomycorrhizal succession under Scots pine
Urban A., Weiss, M. & Bauer, R., 2003 Ectomycorrhizas involving sebacinoid mycobionts
Vellinga, E.C., Wolfe, B.E. & Pringle, A., 2009 Global patterns of ectomycorrhizal introductions
Watling, R., 1980 Mycorrhizal fungi

Conservation

van der Linde, S., Holden, E., Parkin, P.I., Alexander, I.J. & Anderson, I.C., 2012 Now you see it, now you don’t: The challenge of detecting, monitoring and conserving ectomycorrhizal fungi

(Ectomycorrhizal fungi) may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
FUNGI
(true fungi)
Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

(Ectomycorrhizal fungi) is associated with:

mycelium Ectomycorrhizal trees and shrubs - ectomycorrhizal or ectotrophic mycorrhizal trees and shrubs live mycelium is ectomycorrhizal with live root
mycelium Cephalanthera damasonium - White Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) live mycelium is mycorrhizal with live root Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium Cephalanthera rubra - Red Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) live mycelium is mycorrhizal with live root Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium Epipactis atrorubens - Dark-red Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) live mycelium is mycorrhizal with live root Foreign Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium Epipactis helleborine - Broad-leaved Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) live mycelium is mycorrhizal with live root Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium Epipactis leptochila - Narrow-lipped Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) live mycelium is mycorrhizal with live root Questionable Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium Epipactis purpurata - Violet Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) live mycelium is mycorrhizal with live root Questionable Harrap, A. & S., 2009

There may be more taxa associated with Ectomycorrhizal fungi listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)

Associated with (Ectomycorrhizal fungi):

mycelium (live) live mycelium is parasitised by live root Cephalanthera damasonium - White Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium (live) live mycelium is parasitised by live root Cephalanthera rubra - Red Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium (live) live mycelium is parasitised by live root Epipactis atrorubens - Dark-red Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium (live) live mycelium is parasitised by live root Epipactis helleborine - Broad-leaved Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium (live) live mycelium is parasitised by live root Epipactis leptochila - Narrow-lipped Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) Harrap, A. & S., 2009
mycelium (live) live mycelium is parasitised by live root Epipactis purpurata - Violet Helleborine (Asparagales: Orchidaceae) Harrap, A. & S., 2009

Ectomycorrhizal fungi may be associated with more taxa listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)
Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

References

Harrap, A. & S., 2009 Orchids of Britain & Ireland: a field and site guide
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