INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE FACTORS ON THE OCCURANCE OF MACROFUNGI WITHIN SELECTED SPRUCE STANDS ON MOUNTAINS TARA AND KOPAONIK

1. Miroslav Marković, Serbia
2. Milana Rakić, Serbia
3. Marina Katanic, Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment, Serbia
4. Saša Orlović, Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
5. Maja Karaman, Serbia

This research represents results of the longterm study of macrofungal occurence influenced by the air temperature and the soil moisture. Investigations were conducted in the period 2010-2013 on experimental plots of 5.000 m2 (1.000 x 5 m) in spruce stands in National Park Kopaonik (locality Metođe) and in National Park Tara (locality Mitrovac). The climate factors were measured on the experimental plots, the air temperature was measured throughout the year and the soil moisture only on the days when monitoring was carried out. Total of 246 macrofungal species belonging to 97 genera were identified (137 macrofungal species on Tara and 109 on Kopaonik).
It was noted that the observed meteorological parameters have important influence on the occurrence of macrofungi - air temperature during the winter months, while the soil moisture in the vegetation period.

Tematska oblast: Ekologija šuma i očuvanje prirodnih resursa

Datum: 28.09.2017.

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