10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HUMICOLOUS»
Discover the use of humicolous
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to humicolous
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Fernwood Press, South Africa, ISBN1874950431, pp 160 Perkins PD, Balfour-
Browne J (1994) A contribution to the taxonomy of aquatic and humicolous
beetles of the family Hydraenidae in southern Africa. Fieldiana Zoology (New
Advances in Ecological Research
A group of two species are isolated from the previous ones, A. coriacea and P.
quadrangularis, which are strict humicolous forms, non phoretic and
characterized by a very low birth rate. These results probably relate to the fact
that the litter is ...
The Food Web of a Tropical Rain Forest
Hedger (1985) has demonstrated in Ecuador that humicolous species of Leptiota
require substrates which have been partially decomposed by other fungi.
Humicolous species have not been listed separately in appendix 3. A because
Douglas P. Reagan, Robert B. Waide, 1996
Mycology in Sustainable Development: Expanding Concepts, ...
Biotrophic groups. The species found in this study can be placed into the
following four biotrophic categories: coniferous mycobionts (mycorrhizal fungi) 60
%, litter saprobes 21%, lignicolous saprobes 12% and humicolous saprobes 7%
Mary Egdahl Palm, Ignacio H. Chapela, 1997
The Macrofungus Flora of China's Guangdong Province
Cystidia mostly absent. Gloeocystidia sometimes present. Development
gymnocarpic, epigeal. Terrestrial, humicolous or rarely on plant debris. World-
wide. Type family: Cantharellaceae Schroet. 28, Cantharellaceae Schroet., Krypt.
Zhishu Bi, Zheng Guoyang, Li Taihui, 1993
Freshwater Animal Diversity Assessment
terrestrial (humicolous). – Literature: Larson et al. (2000), Nilsson (2001).
Myxophaga 1. Lepiceridae. Monogeneric family with two New World species.
Adults of Lepicerus inaequalis are usually found on sand banks very close to
E. V. Balian, C. Lévêque, H. Segers, 2008
African Ecology and Human Evolution
The studies of botanists and of entomologists studying humicolous faunas
support these conclusions in demonstrating marked forest expansion in the
Miocene and equally marked recession in the Pliocene, leaving residual forests
in a ring ...
François Bourlière, Clark F. Howell, 2013
Poisonous Mushrooms of the Northern United States and Canada
... 226, 227, 230, 341, 363 HoNEY MUsHRooM 284 HooDED FALsE MoREL 125
HooDED HELvELLA 125 HoRsE MUsHRooM 225 HUMICoLoUs 23 IonINE 41
irina (Fr.) Bigelow 8c Smith, Clitocybe 222, 246, 388 FRUIT/HUMICoLoUs G H.
Tropical rainforest is present only in southern Mexico, mainly in Chiapas. This
forest is very humid, with fungi fruiting throughout the year. The majority of these
fungi are lignicolous, and few are humicolous. High temperatures and humidity ...
Roy Watling, J. C. Frankland, A. M. Ainsworth, 2002
sm/montoi endemic to Macar: Ac., R; subneutrophyt, c hygro- phyt, c sciophyt, m
thermophyt, epiphytic and epixylic, humicolous, (c), <Echinodio-Lepidozietum>,
Juniperion brevifoliae. azurea SToTLer & CroTz (= C. trichomanis (L.) CorDa): ...