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Yagiz, Dursun & Ahmet Afyon. The ecology and chorology of myxomycetes in Turkey. Mycotaxon 101: 279-282. 2007.

ABSTRACT: Myxomycete collections obtained between 1957–2006 from 18 floristic squares and 260 localities in Turkey represent 216 taxa from 39 genera and 12 families in the Myxomycota. The specimens were collected from 37 substrates including coniferous trees (six), broadleaf trees (30), and one highly decayed substrate that could not be identified. Arcyria cinerea was one widespread species found in 11 different floristic squares on 13 differing substrates. Arcyria cinerea, A. incarnata, Fuligo septica, and Lycogala epidendrum were reported from all elevations of the study area. A complete report is available at http://www.egitim.selcuk.edu.tr/fen/yagiz/pdf/mycotaxon07-061.pdf

KEYWORDS: Turkish myxobiota, slime molds, biodiversity

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