STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NATURAL MOUNTAIN BROWN TAIGA SOILS MICROMYCETES COMMUNITIES (NORTH-EAST OF THE AMUR REGION, FAR EAST, RUSSIA)LYUDMILA P. SHUMILOVA AND LYUDMILA M. PAVLOVA
This article provides an analysis of the species diversity and structural characteristics of the communities of microscopic fungi in the natural undisturbed brown-taiga soils of the Russia Far East (middle taiga subzone), studied according to traditional cultural and molecular methods. The nonhomogeneity of the composition of micromycete complexes for each of the studied habitats has been revealed, evidencing the high species diversity of mycocenoses in coarse-grained coarse humus soils, represented by different ecological and trophic groups and species characteristic of temperate and extremely cold regions, as well as a small number of micromycetes, typical for more southern latitudes. For the first time, such species as Alternaria embellisia, Discosia brasiliensis were identified in the territory of the Far East region.
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