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First Report of Six Macrofungi from Daecheongdo and Socheongdo Islands, Korea

Mycobiology 2021년 49권 5호 p.454 ~ 460
김민경, 이진성, 박재영, 김창무,
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김민경 ( Kim Min-Kyeong ) - National Institute of Biological Resources Microorganism Resources Division
이진성 ( Lee Jin-Sung ) - Yurim Mushroom
박재영 ( Park Jae-Young ) - Q-myco Co.
김창무 ( Kim Chang-Mu ) - National Institute of Biological Resources Biological and Genetic Resources Assessment Division

Abstract


Daecheongdo and Socheongdo Islands are located in the West Sea of Korea, 210?km away from land, and are military border areas very close to North Korea, making them difficult to access. Although the ecosystem of the islands is relatively well preserved due to the lack of accessibility, research on fungi of the regions is insufficient. Therefore, we aimed to investigate indigenous fungi in these geographically and geopolitically constrained regions. A survey of the indigenous fungal diversity of the islands was conducted in 2018. All specimens were identified at the species level based on morphological and molecular analyses. Among them, six macrofungi?namely, Agaricus menieri, Crepidotus praecipuus, Dichomitus squalens, Hortiboletus amygdalinus, Melanoleuca friesii, and Trametes lactinea?were not previously reported in Korea. Considering that the proportion of unrecorded species is high in the survey area and period as well as the number of samples collected, similar research on adjacent islands may be necessary.

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Daecheongdo; indigenous species; macrofungal flora; Socheongdo; unrecorded species

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