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Bässler C. & Hahn C. (2005)

Introduction of the long-term project "Bioindication and prognosis to the effects of climatic change on the Bavarian Forest National Park

Summary: The methods concerning the mapping of the distribution patterns of lignicolous polyporoid fungi of the project “Bioindication and prognosis to the effects of climatic change on the Bavarian Forest National Park” is described. To get data of the distribution patterns of polypores, a transect (50 m broad, 5000 m long) following a vertical temperature gradient was defined and established. The design of the plots and the ecological parameters of these plots are described. The structural and abiotic parameters are introduced and the infl uence of these patterns besides the climatic factors is discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 8: 35-42
Garnweidner, E. (2005)

A new record of the rare Hohenbuehelia longipes in Southern Bavaria.

Summary: For the first time since 28 years, the rare Agaric Hohenbuehelia longipes (Agaricales, Tricholomataceae) was recollected in an Upper Bavarian fen. The morphology and ecology of the find and the history of three earlier Bavarian records are described.

Mycol. Bav. 8: 5-8
Garnweidner, E. (2005) Cortinarius aureopulverulentus, an easily recognizable, but perhaps overlooked Phlegmacium in mixed forests of Fagus and Picea on calcareous soils

Summary: Several Southern Bavarian records of Cortinarius aureopulverulentus and their ecology are described.

Mycol. Bav. 8: 67-71
Hahn, C. & C. Bässler (2005)

Macrofungi as indicator species concerning climatic change 2: Phellinus ferruginosus, Phellinus nigrolimitatus and Phellinus viticola

Summary: The ecology, phenology and distribution of the polypores Phellinus ferruginosus, Phellinus nigrolimitatus, and Phellinus viticola are described in detail concerning Bavaria and especially the Bavarian Forest National Park. The main characters for determination are summarized and the limitations to similar species are presented. Distribution maps are presented for each species. The investigated species show a distribution restricted to specifi c altitudinal ranges. The distribution patterns may be interpreted as a direct correlation between distribution area and climatic factors such as the temperature (depending on the altitude). Phellinus nigrolimitatus and Phellinus viticola are obviously restricted to higher altitudes (with few exceptions in Phellinus viticola). So, they are restricted to areas of low temperatures. The occurrence of both species on wood of buildings - even in very low altitudes (such as one collection of Phellinus nigrolimitatus from the Netherlands inside a house) - indicates a restriction to these rough climates due to competition. So, these two species may not be described as kryophile species, but as kryo-tolerant species. Phellinus ferruginosus obviously is a thermophilic species not or only rarely occuring in altitudes above 850 m in Bavaria. Besides the frontiers of the distribution of these species, the substrate preferences of each species are listed. The data were mainly taken from the data base of the German Mycological Society (DGfM).

Mycol. Bav. 8: 43-62
Kreisel, H. & P. Karasch (2005)

About Bovista acuminata and Morganella subincarnata - two remarkable collections of Gasteromycetes from the alps.

Summary: A new Bavarian record of Morganella subincarnata, which is very rarely noticed in Europe, and a new collection of Bovista acuminata from Italy (province of Bolzano) are described and discussed in detail. B. acuminata, a bryophilous species, was found on rocks with the mosses Hedwigia ciliata and Bryum spec., M. subincarnata in an old spruce forest near the edge of a bog. Both species are mainly known from the Eastern United States. The authors discuss the possibility of their being glacial relicts in Europe. Of both species, color photographs of fresh fruitbodies in situ are presented.

Mycol. Bav. 8: 9-15
Kreisel, H. & P. Karasch (2005)

Lycoperdon lambinonii - a rarely identified puffball.

Summary:The first Bavarian record of Lycoperdon lambinonii is described. The differences to Lycoperdon molle and Lycoperdon umbrinum are discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 8: 63-66
Kronfeldner, M. (2005) Fungi selecti Bavariae Nr. 4
Geastrum striatum D.C. - Kragen-Erdstern
Mycol. Bav. 8: 4
T. R. Lohmeyer , P. Karasch & O. Dürhammer (2005)

Report of the 1st Bavarian cryptogamic foray at lake Chiemsee, 9.-10.10.2004

Summary: The authors present a report on the 1st Bavarian cryptogamic foray held at lake Chiemsee (Germany, Southern Bavaria). The joint meeting of mycologists, bryologists and lichenologists involved in the present mapping effort as outlined by Kar asch et al. 2003 took place on the 9th and 10th of October 2004. Excursions were made to the two islands Herreninsel and Krautinsel and to the natural reserve “Eggstätt-Hemhofer Seenplatte”. Altogether, 100 bryophyta, 75 lichenes and 216 fungi (mainly Macromycetes) were recorded. The more interesting collections of fungi are specifi cally commented upon.

Mycol. Bav. 8: 17-34