Catalogue of the mycobiota of the Colima Volcanic Complex, Mexico

Acta Botanica Mexicana

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Title Catalogue of the mycobiota of the Colima Volcanic Complex, Mexico
Catálogo de la micobiota del Complejo Volcánico de Colima, México
 
Creator Torres Preciado, Cesar Omar
Rodríguez Alcántar, Olivia
Herrera-Fonseca, María de Jesús
Figueroa-García, Darío
 
Subject endemic species
fungal diversity
Jalisco
new records
taxonomy
diversidad fúngica
especies endémicas
Jalisco
nuevos registros
taxonomía
 
Description Background and Aims: The Colima Volcanic Complex (CVC) is part of the Transversal Mexican Volcanic Belt, located in the southeast of Jalisco and north of Colima. It includes vegetation belts that change through an altitude gradient ranging from 1200 to just over 4000 m, where it is possible to observe tropical forests, temperate forests and semi-arid zones, as well tropical montane cloud forest. With respect to previous studies on fungal diversity in this region, only 140 species registered in the different municipalities that comprise the CVC area were cited. The objective of the present work is to update the knowledge of the mycobiota registered within the study area.Methods: Fungal specimens were collected during the months of June to October between 2011 and 2018. Additionally, the fungal colection of the herbarium IBUG was revised. The macro- and micromorphological study was carried out with conventional mycological techniques and the use of specialized bibliography to identify the material.Key results: A total of 2082 specimens were determined to species, corresponding to 408 taxa, of which 360 are Basidiomycota and 48 Ascomycota. Two new records are cited for the Mexican mycobiota: Ductifera exidioidea and Psathyrella longistriata, and 11 for the state of Jalisco: Bulgaria inquinans, Crepidotus applanatus, Gymnopilus sapineus, Hohenbuehelia spathulata, Hygrocybe spadicea, Inocybe obsoleta, Lepiota cristata, Pholiota lubrica, Rhizina undulata, Scleroderma aff. pseudostipitatum and Trichoderma alutaceum. For the state of Colima 20 new records are provided, which until now had not been cited. Conclusions: It is considered important to increase systematic studies and mycological explorations that allow us to know more about this resource, its possible use and rational management, as well as the analysis of endemic or endangered species and ecological aspects that may show the current distribution and fungal diversity in this region.
Antecedentes y Objetivos: El Complejo Volcánico de Colima (CVC) forma parte del Eje Volcánico Transversal Mexicano, localizado en el sureste de Jalisco y norte de Colima. Comprende cinturones de vegetación que cambian a través de un gradiente altitudinal desde 1200 hasta poco más de 4000 m, en donde es posible observar bosques tropicales, bosques templados y zonas semiáridas, así como bosque mesófilo de montaña. Respecto a estudios previos sobre diversidad fúngica en esta región, solo se contaba con la cita de 140 especies registradas en los diferentes municipios que comprende el área del CVC. El objetivo del presente trabajo es actualizar el conocimiento de la micobiota registrada dentro de la zona de estudio.Métodos: Se recolectaron ejemplares fúngicos durante los meses de junio a octubre entre 2011 y 2018. Adicionalmente, se realizó la revisión de material de la colección micológica del herbario IBUG. El estudio macro y micromorfológico se realizó con las técnicas convencionales en micología y el uso de bibliografía especializada para la determinación del material.Resultados clave: Un total de 2082 ejemplares fueron determinados hasta especie, corresponden a 408 taxones; de ellos 360 son Basidiomycota y 48 Ascomycota. Se citan dos registros nuevos para la micobiota de México: Ductifera exidioidea y Psathyrella longistriata, y 11 para el estado de Jalisco: Bulgaria inquinans, Crepidotus applanatus, Gymnopilus sapineus, Hohenbuehelia spathulata, Hygrocybe spadicea, Inocybe obsoleta, Lepiota cristata, Pholiota lubrica, Rhizina undulata, Scleroderma aff. pseudostipitatum y Trichoderma alutaceum, mientras que para el estado de Colima se aportan 20 registros nuevos.Conclusiones: Se considera importante incrementar estudios sistemáticos y exploraciones micológicas que permitan conocer más sobre este recurso, su posible uso y manejo racional, así como el análisis de especies endémicas o en riesgo y aspectos ecológicos que puedan mostrar la distribución actual y diversidad fúngica en dicha región. 
 
Publisher Instituto de Ecología, A.C.
 
Date 2020-06-19
 
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Identifier https://abm.ojs.inecol.mx/index.php/abm/article/view/1686
10.21829/abm127.2020.1686
 
Source Acta Botanica Mexicana; No. 127 (2020); e1686
Acta Botanica Mexicana; Núm. 127 (2020); e1686
2448-7589
0187-7151
 
Language spa
 
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