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Mycorrhizal fungi associated with Cedrus atlantica Manetti ex Carriere II Ectomycorrhizal fungi of a cedar stand in the Djurdjura Massif


, : Mycorrhizal fungi associated with Cedrus atlantica Manetti ex Carriere II Ectomycorrhizal fungi of a cedar stand in the Djurdjura Massif. Cryptogamie Mycologie 19(1-2): 139-161, June

Information about mycorrhizal fungi associated with Cedrus atlantica is scarce. The appearance of fruit bodies was monitored in the C. atlantica forest of Ighil-Inguel (Tala-Guilef station, Djurdjura mountains, Algeria). Particular attention was paid to those mycorrhizal fungi able to initiate a symbiotic association with young cedar. Of about a hundred fungal species identified (corresponding to 48 different genera), 71 species belonging to 29 genera are ectomycorrhizal. Most of them are members of the Cortinariaceae, Tricholomataceae and Russulaceae families. Out of the 71 species, 40 were observed for the first time in Algeria. Out of the 193 mycorrhizal species observed in Algeria, Morocco and France, in the different studies made so far, 23 were monitored for the first time in this study under cedar. The mycorrhizal flora of Cedrus atlantica appears to consist mainly of species belonging to genera Cortinarius, Inocybe, Russula and Tricholoma. The genera Hebeloma, Hygrophorus and Ramaria are also represented.

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