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Cork oak fungi in Spain.

Cork oak fungi in Spain.
Cork oak fungi in Spain.

J. Torres Juan

Affiliation: Sección Micología Forestal, patología y conservación de maderas. Instituto Forestal de Investigaciones y Experiencias. (IFIE)

Biography: Dr. Ingeniero de Montes y Jefe .


J. Torres Juan

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Publication year: 1970

Language: Spanish

Subjects: Forestry

Collection: IFIE Publications, Non-serial IFIE monographs

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The Forest Mycology, Pathology and Wood Conservation Section of the Forest Institute began the study of Q.suber mycoses in 1963, to improve knowledge of the phytosanitary status of this important forest species. The results of the work carried out from 1963 to 1967 in the study of the native fungi of the cork oak were published in the Annals of the Institute of those years. As a consequence of the surveys in our most important cork oak forests, fifty-eight fungi were classified, of which thirty-six had not yet been cited on Q. suber in the Iberian Peninsula and forty-seven were new to the Spanish cryptogamic flora of the cork oak. We now complete this study with the results obtained during 1968-1970. In these three years, twenty-two more species were classified, eleven of which were not cited in the Iberian Peninsula on cork oaks and twenty-one did not appear in their native cryptogamic flora.

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Physical Description : 25 pp. 24x17; il.

Publication: Madrid : Forestry Research and Experiences Institute (IFIE), 1970

Reference INIA: IFIE OPM-053

Other data of interest: INIA. Publications Service. Ctra Coruña km 7.5. 28040 MADRID. Contact: distri@inia.es. Tel: (34) 91-3471493.

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