Siller I. & Turcsányi G.: New and rare macrofungus species of two forest reserves in Hungary
Macrofungi from two forest reserves in Hungary (Kékes North forest reserve in the Mátra Mts., Őserdő forest reserve in the Bükk Mts.) are listed, among them rare species and/or new records for Hungary. Many of the species were found on 200 selected Fagus sylvatica logs of various sizes and stages of decay. This investigation was carried out within the EU-5th Nat-Man project (Nature-based Management of Beech in Europe).
The following rare species were illustrated on the poster: Gyromitra parma (ascocarps and asci), Flammulaster limulatus, Ossicaulis lignatilis, Phyllotopsis nidulans, Pluteus umbrosus, and Rhodotus palmatus.
ER Archívum (2003/P-013)