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《Acta Botanica Yunnanica》 1989-04
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NOTES ON THE FUNGI FROM WESTERN KUNLUN MOUNTAINS

Zacg Mu, Xia Yu (Kunming Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Kunming)  
In 1987, one of the authors has been joined a mycological expedition to Western Kunlun Shan (Mountains) and Karakorum Shan (ca. 35°9'-39°80' N, 74°40'-77°10' E) led by Academia Sinica. This region is a high plateau in the world, it is interspersed by a series of snow-capped, an extremely highest Qogir Feng (Mt. K2; Godwin Austen) is situated there, it above 8611 m in elevation. In the more arid places, the number of fungal species is fewer and sometimes pure course association were observed. About 3000-3500 m alt. where extend conifers forest, several genera of Agaricales are found here and dominated by Picea sche-nkiana, especially in little wet gullies and humid, fog-exposed sites, which abound in different species of Agaricus, Lyophyllum, Leucopaxillus, Entoloma etc. The mycoflora is poor in species in the montane desert-steppe and alpine desert, this is apparently due to the quite arid contnental climate. The following records new to China, e. g. Fernsjonia altaica, Clitocybe altaica, Melanoleuca subalpina and Psilocybe rnontana. Pastures and alpine meadows offer a wide selection of easily identified edible mushrooms, notably Agaricus gennadii, Lyophyllum loricatum etc. an endemic delicious species Pleurotus ferulae, it usually scattered or in groups under or near the root of Ferula sinkiangensis.
【Key Words】: Western Kunlun Mountains Mycotaxon
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金资助
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