제주도 물영아리오름에 자생하는 버섯의 종다양성 연구

고평열1, 이가은2, 전용철1
Pyung Yeol KO1, Ga Eun LEE2, Yong Chull JEUN1
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1제주대학교 생명자원과학대학
2미국 인디애나주 블루밍턴 아이비텍 대학
1Faculty of Bioscience and Industry, College of Applied Life Sciences, Jeju National University
2Ivy Tech Community College, Bloomington, IN 47404 USA

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Published Online: Dec 31, 2011


Mulyeoungarioreum, a small volcanic edifice having a distinctive ecosystem, is consists of scoria cons that has a high water permeability. It is designated as a Ramsar site which is protected by the Ministry of Environment. In this study, a distribution pattern of wild mushrooms growing around of the trail of Mulyeoungarioreum was surveyed once or twice a month from September 2010 until August 2011. A total of 136 species were found in which 119 species were belong to Basidiomycota and 17 species were to Ascomycota. 54 species were mushrooms growing in soil, 63 species were growing in dead tree and 6 species were in animal feces or dead insects. In this study, it will be helpful to illustrate the biodiversity of wild mushrooms finding in Mulyeoungarioreum and to classify the wild mushrooms growing on Jeju Island.

Keywords: ascomycota; Basidiomycota; biodiversity; Mulyeoungarioreum; wild mushroom