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Mycocoenological research on evergreen oak woods in the hills adjacent the Maremma coastline (NW of Grosseto, Italy)

Perini, C.; Barluzzi, C.; de Dominicis, V.

Phytocoenologia Band 17 Heft 3 (1989), p. 289 - 306

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published: Jul 4, 1989

DOI: 10.1127/phyto/17/1989/289

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A mycocoenological study (macromycetes) was made in Mediterranean evergreen forests situated along the coast in the province of Grosseto. Five stands belonging to Viburno-Quercetum ilicis orneotosum were observed over a period of three years. The production of fruit bodies was compared quantitatively and qualitatively, month by month and stand by stand. The mycocoenological and phytosociological findings were analysed and compared with those of an earlier study in inland evergreen oak woods situated at about 50 km from the sea.


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