Munster Heritage Park & Bieker Woods
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In addition to the fungi found in NIRMI plots, Munster is home to a recurring population of Myriostoma coliforme, a rare earthstar fungus.

This site has only been surveyed under fair weather conditions. Macrofungal data may be unreliable.

See only species found in:

Species list for all plots
Latin NameID ConfidenceMapEcological Role
Armillaria melleaParasite
Clitocybe gibbaSaprobe
Crucibulum laeveSaprobe
Fomitopsis spragueiSaprobe
Geastrum morganiiSaprobe
Gymnopus subnudusSaprobe
Hydnochaete olivaceaSaprobe
Irpex lacteusSaprobe
Marasmius capillarisSaprobe
Marasmius copelandii var. olidusSaprobe
Marasmius delectansSaprobe
Marasmius rotulaSaprobe
Mycena galericulataSaprobe
Mycena haematopusSaprobe
Mycena inclinataSaprobe
Mycena iodiolensSaprobe
Mycena luteopallensSaprobe
Phellinus gilvusSaprobe
Simocybe centunculusSaprobe
Stereum complicatumSaprobe
Stereum hirsutumSaprobe
Tetrapyrgos nigripesSaprobe
Trametes versicolorSaprobe
Xylobolus frustulatusSaprobe
Species count : 28
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Ecological role summary :

Mapping :
Plot 1 Map

Plot 2 Map

Plot 3 Map
 Recorded here
 Presence here implied from presence in nested quadrat
Smaller quadrats are not shown at exact scale.
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