Checklist

Checklist of aphyllophoroid and heterobasidioid fungi of the European part of Russia

Latest version published by Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg on 20 March 2019 Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg

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Description

The checklist contains distribution information on aphyllophoroid and heterobasidioid fungi in administrative regions of the European part of Russia.

This information has been collected and revised within the framework of the project on creation of printed checklist of aphyllophoroid and heterobasididoid of the European part of Russia during 2015–2016.

Records comprise reported data on occurrence species in administrative regions, as well as in federal protected areas (strict nature reserves and national parks), given in particular publications.

The dataset contains more than 35000 records. These correspond to 1100 species, grouped in 337 genera. The geographical scope of the dataset is 45 administrative regions (without Caucasus). Taxonomic coverage is 8 classes of Basidiomycota.

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How to cite

Researchers should cite this work as follows:

Bolshakov S, Volobuev S, Ezhov O, Potapov K, Khalikov R (2017): Checklist of aphyllophoroid and heterobasidioid fungi of the European part of Russia. v1.0. Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg. Dataset/Checklist. http://ipt.zin.ru:8080/ipt/resource?r=bin_fungi_russia_european&v=1.0

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The publisher and rights holder of this work is Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial (CC-BY-NC 4.0) License.

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Keywords

Checklist; Aphyllophorales; Heterobasidiomycetes; Fungi; Inventoryregional; Occurrence; Russia

Contacts

Sergey Bolshakov
  • Metadata Provider
  • Originator
  • Point Of Contact
Junior Researcher
Komarov Botanical Institute RAS
Professora Popova str., 2
197376 Saint Petersburg
RU
+7 (812) 372-54-69
Sergey Volobuev
  • Originator
Senior Researcher
Komarov Botanical Institute RAS
Professora Popova str., 2
197376 Saint Petersburg
RU
+7 (812) 372-54-69
Oleg Ezhov
  • Originator
Leading Researcher
Federal Center for Integrated Arctic Research RAS
North Dvina quay, 23
163000 Arkhangelsk
RU
Kim Potapov
  • Originator
Assistant Lecturer
Kazan Federal University, Institute of Environmental Sciences
Kremlyovskaya str., 18
420008 Kazan
RU
+7 (843) 238-36-13
Roman Khalikov
  • Metadata Provider
  • Originator
Leading Engineer, IT Department
Zoological Institute RAS
Universitetskaya emb., 1
199034 Saint Petersburg
RU
+7 (812) 323-31-40

Geographic Coverage

General spatial coverage: European part of Russia (without Caucasus), Eastern Europe. The area includes 45 administrative regions of Russia. Coordinates: 45°N and 70°N Latitude (without Novaya Zemlya and Franz Josef Land); 20°E and 66°E Longitude (including Kaliningrad Oblast).

Bounding Coordinates South West [45, 20], North East [70, 66]

Taxonomic Coverage

Dataset comprising records of macromycetes from 34 order and 8 classes of Basidiomycota, traditionally belonging to aphyllophoroid and heterobasidioid fungi (former Aphyllophorales and Heterobasidiomycetes).

Class Agaricomycetes (Mushroom-forming fungi), Dacrymycetes, Tremellomycetes, Atractiellomycetes, Cystobasidiales, Microbotryomycetes, Pucciniomycetes, Spiculogloeomycetes

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1872-09-30 / 2016-10-01

Sampling Methods

The information was complemented by revision of some specimens stored in LE that was a base for some published works. Data collection from literature was carried out by the following methods steps.

Study Extent The main source for the study was the literature collation for data on the selected group in the European part of Russia.

Method step description:

  1. Obtaining list of publications. We analyzed the works cited in a large well-known summary books, based on them the primary list of sources for obtaining data was made. The main sources for literature were Library of Komarov Botanical Institute and journals web-sites. Electronic copies of works have been made, if possible. All references were entered into the EndNote library.
  2. Entering data. For entry of data the worksheet in Google Spreadsheets has been created. In the worksheet the updated list of species based on recent checklists of corticioid and poroid fungi of Europe was created (Bernicchia, Gorjón, 2010; Ryvarden, Melo, 2014) for data validation by dropdown in-cell list. The main table contains information on records of species registered for the administrative regions of the European part of Russia and cited in particular publications.
  3. Import data into the institutional database. We use Microsoft SQL Server for storage our data. Taxonomic structure was performed in ZOOCOD standard — the data standard for taxonomic tables creation and multilevel hierarchies representation in relation databases. The required tables have been imported from EndNote and the Google Spreadsheets into corresponding table in SQL DB.

Bibliographic Citations

  1. Bernicchia A., Gorjón S. P. 2010. Corticiaceae s.l. Fungi Europaei. Vol. 12. Alassio: Edizioni Candusso. 1008 p.
  2. Ryvarden L., Melo I. 2014. Poroid fungi of Europe. Synopsis Fungorum. Vol. 31. Oslo: Fungiflora. 455 p.

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