Ecological survey of fungi active in western coniferous forest soils Public Deposited

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  • During Biome 1, our primary objective was identification of the dominant fungi involved in litter decomposition. Two survey methods were used: (1) a survey of macrofungi occurring on Watershed 2 based on fruiting bodies collected and cultures; and (2) a survey of microfungi on decomposing foliage based on cultures isolated from Douglas-fir and hemlock needles from Watersheds 1 and 2.
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