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The Mycorrhizal Association Boletus Edulis – Cistus Ladanifer: Effective Niche And Climatic Adaptation In Spain

The mycorrhizal association Boletus edulis – Cistus ladanifer: effective niche and climatic adaptation in Spain

The collection of Boletus edulis in jarales of Cistus ladanifer is very popular in some regions of western Castilla y León, mainly in Zamora; however, there is no news that the fungus bears fruit in other regions where the jarales are equally extensive. ECOGESFOR researchers have defined the effective niche (climatic and edaphic) of the mycorrhizal association and have developed a model of climatic potentiality for all of Spain, with which it is revealed that large areas of the north of Madrid and Guadalajara could also be suitable for its fruiting Read more…

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