Species inventory of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a suburban secondary forest in the northwestern part of Tama area, Tokyo, Japan
To assess ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungal diversity in a suburban secondary forest, we collected 766 samples (436 fungal sporocarps, 327 ECM root tips, and 3 sclerotia) from a site dominated by Quercus serrata in Ome Forest (35°47′40″N, 139°16′07″E), Tokyo, Japan, during 2016–2018. The samples obtained were identified using morphological and DNA barcoding-based analyses.
These files are a species inventory of ECM fungi, including some saprotrophic and endophytic taxa, from the study site and some of the photographs documenting them.
Please see the manuscript (in Japanese) for more detail.
Abbreviations and Symbols:
ECM_Pd, ECM root tips of Pinus densiflora; ECM_Qs, ECM root tips of Quercus serrata; ECM_SS, ECM root tips from soil samples; Acc._no., Accession number; Ref._no., reference accession numbers used in species identification; *1, species identification based solely on morphological characters; *2, collected sclerotia; *3, holotype; P, presence; A, absence; N/A, not applicable
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