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Record #172045:

Polypore (Basidiomycetes) species richness and community structure in natural boreal forests of NW Russian Karelia and adjacent areas of Finland / Mariko Lindgren.

Title: Polypore (Basidiomycetes) species richness and community structure in natural boreal forests of NW Russian Karelia and adjacent areas of Finland / Mariko Lindgren.
Author(s): Lindgren, Mariko.
Date: 2001.
In: Acta Botanica Fennica. (2001.), Vol. 170 (2001)
Abstract: Communities of wood-inhabiting polypores in intact natural forest landscapes of north-west Russia were compared with those of fragmented, seminatural old-growth forests of adjacent regions in Finland. Suggests two methods for using wood-inhabiting fungi to assess biodiversity values in managed forests.
Notes:

Acta Botanica Fennica. Vol. 170 :1-41 (2001).

Keywords: 634.0 -- Forests and forestry.
574.4 -- Ecology, terrestrial.
58 -- Botany.
582.28 -- Fungi.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.8) -- Respublika Kareliya.
(*56) -- Finland.
SPRI record no.: 172045

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