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In all these studies Cenococcum geophilum and species of Clavulinaceae, Russulaceae and Thelephoraceae are reported to be the main members of ECM fungal communities.
In contrast, the proportion of certain families was significantly increased in contaminated soils compared with S3, such as Cephalothecaceae, Cordycipitaceae, Pleosporaceae, and Thelephoraceae. Especially the family of Cephalothecaceae, as the largest family among all the identified families, it was a new-appeared fungal family in contaminated soils with the abundance of 16.76% in S1 and 12.63% in S2.
Diversity of ectomycorrhizal Thelephoraceae in Tuber melanosporum-cultivated orchards of Northern Spain.
Campeche, Hidalgo, Michoacan, Quintana Roo, Veracruz, Yucatan, sin localidad precisa (Varela y Cifuentes, 1979; SanchezRamirez, 1980; Chio y Guzman, 1982; Guzman, 1977, 1983; Frutis y Guzman, 1983; Guzman y Villarreal, 1984; Chacon y Guzman, 1997; Valenzuela et al., 2004a; Andrade-Gallegos et al., 2009) THELEPHORALES Thelephoraceae Amaurodon viridis (Alb.