An introduction to poroide fungi

8. Mycogeography


The distribution of species treated in this book has been based on reports in floras, books and many scientific papers. Further, numerous friends and colleagues have helped with information and have read parts of the manuscript. However, with so many species scattered over such a large area, inevitably omissions and errors have crept in. We are of course responsible for such errors and would be grateful to be made aware of new information. 

 

Below we have listed by country, some books and persons consulted in connection with the distribution for each species. However, it is clear that new data inevitably will be added as more collecting is done, especially in many of the countries in eastern Europe. Thus the data given in connection with the distribution of each species have to be treated with care.  

 

General books


Bernicchia, A.-R. 2001: Funghi Europei, nr. 10
besides many papers and pers. comm.
Knudtsen, H. & Vesterholt J (eds) 2012: Funga Nordica.  Nordswamp, Copenhagen
Hofton, T. H. 2011. Checklist of polyporoid fungi in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark with scientific and vernacular names. Agarica 30:3-45, with numerous references to local publications.

Austria
Rieck, E.W. 1989: Die Pilzflora des Attergaues, Haurruck und Kobernausserwaldes. Abh. Zool. Bot. Gesellsch. Øster. 23:1-439.
Belgium
Pirlot, J.-M. 1989: Polypores du Luxembourg, Belge et regions voisines. Mem. Cerl. Nat. Belg. 3:1-113.
Byelorussia
Bondartsev, A.S. (1953)1971: The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia. Israel Program for Sci. transl. Jerusalem.
Bulgaria
Denchev, C. & Assyov 2010. Checklist of the larger basidiomycetes in Bulgaria. Mycotaxon 111:279-282, with reference to the Mycotaxon list of checklists.
Czech Republic 
Kotlaba,F. 1984: Polyporales s.l. v Ceskoslovensku.
Denmark
Petersen, J.H. & Vesterholt, J. (eds.) 1990: Danske Storsvampe. Basidiesvampe. 
See also Hofton, cited above in the general part.

England
Legon. N.  W. & Henrici, A.  2005: Checklist of the British and Irish Basidiomycota.  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, or www.basidiochecklist.info.index.htm which is more or less continously updated with new records. 
Estonia
Parmasto, E. 2004: Distribution maps of Estonian Fungi 3, Pore fungi , Scripta Mycologica 19.
Finland
Kotiranta, H., Saarenoksa, R & Kytövuori, I. 2009; Aphyllophoroid fungi of Finland. A checklist with ecology, distribution and threat catergories. Norrlina 19:1-223.
See also Hofton, cited above in the general part.
France
Bourdot, H & Galzin,A. 1928: Hymenomycetes de France.
Germany
Jahn, H. Many papers in Westfälische Pilzbriefe, see list of references. 
Kreisel, H (ed.): 1987: Pilzflora der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik (now part of Germany).
Greece
Maire, R. & Politis,J. 1940: Catalogue raisonne des champignons connus jusquici en Grece. Act. Inst. Bot. Univ. Athenes 1:27-179.
Dr. Z. Gonou-Zagou, Univ. of Athens, Department of Biology: Notes on the checklist of European polypores (pers. comm.).
Hungary
Igmandy, Z. 1968: Die Porlinge Ungarns und ihre Phytopathologische Bedeutung. II & III. Acta Phytopatologia Budapest 3:221-239, 349-359.
Igmandy, Z. 1970. Ibid. IV. Ibid. 5:279-301. 
Italy
Bernicchia, A.-R. 2001: Funghi Europei nr. 10
Latvia and Lithuania
Matelis, A. Private checklist of the polypores of Latvia and Lithuania (pers. comm.).
Netherlands
Donk, M.A, 1933: Revision der niederländischen Homobasidiomyce­ten - Aphyllophorales II. Meded. Bot. Mus. Herb. Univ. Utrecht 9:1-278.
Norway 
See Hofton, cited above in the general part.
Poland
Domanski, S. 1972: Fungi II. Polyporaceae I. (English transl.)
Domanski, S. Orlos, H. Skirgiello, A, 1973: Fungi III, Polypor­aceae II.(English transl.).
Portugal
Melo, I, Cardoso, J & Telleria, M.T. 2007: Annotated list of polypores for the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands, Bibl. Mycol. 203:1-183.
Rumania
Boneta, V. 1985-86: Ciuperce parazite si saprofite din Romania. Bucuresti.
Russia
Spirin, W., private checklist of polypores  recorded in Russia.
Bondarzew, A.S. 1953: The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia (Eng. translation of 1971). 
Spain
Melo, I, Cardoso, J & Telleria, M.T. 2007: Annotated list of polypores for the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands, Bibl. Mycol. 203:1-183. 
Moreno, G., Manjon, J.L.G & Zugaza, A, 1986: La guia de incafo de los hongos de la peninsula Iberica vol. 1.
Sweden
See Hofton, cited above in the general part.
Switzerland
Breitenbach, J. & Kränzlin, F. 1986: Fungi of Switzerland 2, Heterobasidiomycetes, Aphyllophorales, Gastromycetes.
Turkey
Pilat, A. 1932: Contribution a l'etude des Hymenomycetes de l'Asie Mineure. Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 48:162-182.
Kotlaba, F. 1976: Contribution to the knowledge of Turkish macromycetes. Ceska Mykol. 30:156-169.
Ukraine
Akulov, A., Usichenko, A. S., Leotyev, D. V. Yurchenko, E. O. & Prydiuk, M. P.  2003. Annoted checklist of Aphyllophoroid fungi of Ukraine. Mycena 2, nr.2:1-75.
Bondartsev, A.S. (1953) 1971: The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia. Israel Program Sci. Transl. Jerusalem.
 

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