VilleneuveGrandtnerFortin1991a

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Villeneuve, N., Grandtner, M.M. and Fortin, J.A. (1991) The study of macrofungal communities - defining adequate sampling units by means of cluster-analysis. Vegetatio, 94(2):125-132.

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A fungus-biotope and a cluster analysis of macrofungal communities were done across a sequence of four forest associations in the Laurentide Mountains of Quebec. Comparison between different scales of sampling indicated that the cohesion and individuality of macrofungal clusters tend to increase from the whole mycoflora of a site toward trophic group and niche group levels. At this latter level, the reliability of defined communities is however highly limited by the low species richness and low constancy of their species. Four sampling units of fungi on the forest floor, were defined: ectomycorrhizal, humicolous, folicolous-muscicolous and lignicolous. This division further contributes to define the natural assemblages of fungi within the biocoenose.

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@ARTICLE { VilleneuveGrandtnerFortin1991a,
    AUTHOR = { Villeneuve, N. and Grandtner, M.M. and Fortin, J.A. },
    TITLE = { The study of macrofungal communities - defining adequate sampling units by means of cluster-analysis },
    JOURNAL = { Vegetatio },
    YEAR = { 1991 },
    VOLUME = { 94 },
    PAGES = { 125-132 },
    NUMBER = { 2 },
    NOTE = { Villeneuve, n grandtner, mm fortin, ja },
    ABSTRACT = { A fungus-biotope and a cluster analysis of macrofungal communities were done across a sequence of four forest associations in the Laurentide Mountains of Quebec. Comparison between different scales of sampling indicated that the cohesion and individuality of macrofungal clusters tend to increase from the whole mycoflora of a site toward trophic group and niche group levels. At this latter level, the reliability of defined communities is however highly limited by the low species richness and low constancy of their species. Four sampling units of fungi on the forest floor, were defined: ectomycorrhizal, humicolous, folicolous-muscicolous and lignicolous. This division further contributes to define the natural assemblages of fungi within the biocoenose. },
}

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