New records of macrofungi associated with a willow grove (Salix babylonica) at Estación de Biología Terrestre de Hualpén, Biobío Region, Chile
A preliminary inventory of macrofungi associated with Salix babylonica in south central Chile is presented. Sporomas of twelve basidiomycetes and one ascomycete were recorded during the 2021 season, functionally dividing into four ectomycorrhizal symbionts and nine wood decomposers. Pholiota conissans and Xerocomellus ripariellus, specialists in alluvial forests, are first records for Chile, along with Cortinarius saniosus and Junghuhnia nitida. Compatibility of endemic lignicolous Anthracophyllum discolor, Clitocybe pleurotus and Pluteus brunneoolivaceus with wood of allochthonous S. babylonica could also be shown.
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