By Gary A. Laursen, Joseph F. Ammirati, Scott A. Redhead
During the summer time of 1980, the 1st foreign symposium on Arctic and Alpine Mycology (ISAM-I) used to be held on the then extant Naval Arctic learn Laboratory close to Barrow, Alaska, america, good in the Arctic Circle (Laursen and Ammirati, Arctic and Alpine Mycology. the 1st overseas symposium on Arcto-Alpine Mycology. Univ. Wash. Press, 1982). the ability is at the moment owned and operated by means of the Utkeagvik Inupiat group and is termed the nationwide educational and learn Laboratory, therefore preserving its acronym NARL. Twenty-five scientists participated in that ancient first assembly. Their pursuits within the fungi spanned an unlimited geographic zone of chilly ruled habitats in either the northern and southern hemispheres that incorporated 4 continents (N. and S. the United States, Eurasia,and Antarctica), 9 international locations, and various islands starting from Greenland to Jan Mayen within the Svalbard staff. ISAM-I helped to boost ongoing pursuits and begin others. this is often what ISAM-I founders was hoping could occur. Asa consequence, the organizing committee for ISAM-II was once shaped. Its mandate was once to: contain a greatest of 1 3rd new individuals in destiny ISAM conferences: divide the accountability for organizing destiny conferences at websites situated in components of curiosity to analyze thrusts in Arctic and alpine environments: continue the variety of contributors sufficiently small to make sure manageability, taking complete benefit of box amassing possibilities with minimum issues and cost.
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Elaphomyces asperulus Vitt. ) with only slightly roughened walls with ornamentation of blunt spines coalescing to give an irregular surface pattern, has been found twice in widely separated areas. One collection from Agrostislsalix herbacea community on Bealach na Ba near Kishorn, Northwest Scotland (Henderson 4910) and with Salix herbacea on Ronas Hill, Shetland (Wat. 17013). 8 pm (Henderson 4911). 41 SUBARCTIC BIRCHWOODS Spence (1974) considers that the birches found in the Western Isles and the remnants on islands in the lochs of Shetland are examples of a former scrub birch copse found presently in the subarctic.
The genus Psathyrella has been found occasionally, in the Scottish mountains but collections await critical appraisal. Members of this genus are not major components of the flora. Panaeolus r1cken11 Hora is not uncommon in base rich montane grasslands. BOLBITIACEAE Several members of the genus Conocybe have been found in montane areas particularly where base rich flushes appear or where limestone or similar calcareous outcrops are found. These include C. macrocephala Kuhn. , c. , including a collection with some lecythiform cells on the stipe, c.
11756). A closely related taxon is recorded from Ben Vrackie, as is G. pseudocerina from The Cairnwell (wat. 11446). G. atkinsoniana Smith & Sing. is apparently fairly widespread and occurs in mossy carpets amongst Polytrichum, Empetrum, Oxycoccus, Calluna and Carex bigelowii; mat. in o. I t is distinguished by 2-spored basidia, broad basidiospores and the presence of prominent pileocystidia. G. luteofulva Orton, originally described from England, also has been found in montane regions (The Cairnwell).
Arctic and Alpine Mycology II by Gary A. Laursen, Joseph F. Ammirati, Scott A. Redhead