HABITAT DISTRIBUTION OF FUNGAL SPECIES COLLECTED AT LUNG NGOC HOANGNATURE RESERVEM.T. Duong, V.L. Loi and D.H. Truong
Through the survey of 4 different habitats in Lung Ngoc Hoang Nature reserve in Vietnam, totally 63 macro fungi have been found with 313 individuals. On forest habitat, 49 species with 116 individuals were obtained. In which, Pycnoporus sanguineus and Chaetocalathus columellifer had the highest number of individuals with 9 individuals, accounting for 7.76% of the total number of individuals collected in the forest. On the riverside habitat, 47 species with 89 individuals were obtained; The roadside habitat found 71 individuals with 42 species, in these two habitats Pycnoporus sanguineus was the most dominant species. On the agricultural habitat, there are 24 species with 37 individuals out of the total number of individuals collected. In this habitat, species Coprinus disseminates, Chaetocalathus columellifer and Lenzites palisoti were the most dominant with 3 individuals found, accounting for 8.11% of the total population here.