Route-based survey of terrestrial macrofungi nearby Khanty-Mansiysk, Western Siberia

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The dataset summarizes route-based counts of larger fungi as part of a long-term monitoring program for macrofungi in different forest types in central part of Western Siberia (nearby Khanty-Mansiysk). The program was initiated to describe the quantitative and qualitative structure and spatial variation of the community of macromycetes and to show its dynamics seasonally and inter-annually. Ten plots were located in different forest types and visited regularly during vegetation seasons 2015-2018. The results of plot-based counts were published in a separate dataset (https://doi.org/10.15468/ge1hkl). Plot-based observations were supplemented by route-based surveys to reveal rare species and enlarge observation area. Totally five routes each about 1 km long were located in proximity of plots in major vegetation types and visited regularly through vegetation season. The resulting dataset represents the data of 73 route-based surveys, made over the vegetation seasons 2015-2018, corresponding to 2093 occurrences with counts of fruit bodies of the observed species.

Data Records

The data in this sampling event resource has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardized format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 73 records. 1 extension data tables also exist. An extension record supplies extra information about a core record. The number of records in each extension data table is illustrated below.

  • Event (core)
    73
  • Occurrence 
    2093

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Filippova N (2019): Route-based survey of terrestrial macrofungi nearby Khanty-Mansiysk, Western Siberia. v1.4. Yugra State University Biological Collection (YSU BC). Dataset/Samplingevent. http://gbif.ru:8080/ipt/resource?r=shap_routes&v=1.4

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GBIF Registration

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Keywords

Samplingevent

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Nina Filippova
senior researcher
Yugra State University Chekhova street, 16 628508 Khanty-Mansiysk Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug RU +7 952 705 7846
https://fungariumysu.org

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Nina Filippova
senior researcher
Yugra State University Chekhova street, 16 628508 Khanty-Mansiysk Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug RU +7 952 705 7846
https://fungariumysu.org

Who filled in the metadata:

Nina Filippova
senior researcher
Yugra State University Chekhova street, 16 628508 Khanty-Mansiysk Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug RU +7 952 705 7846
https://fungariumysu.org

Geographic Coverage

The studied area is located in the middle taiga zone of Western Siberia. For the purpose of permanent monitoring, an area located in 20 km from the Khanty-Mansiysk town was chosen which is at the same time located within the borders of the natural park «Samarovskiy Chugas» and is relatively intact. A number of clear-cuts were held here from 5 to 30 years ago which diversified old coniferous forests by their secondary communities.

Bounding Coordinates South West [61.045, 69.408], North East [61.098, 69.508]

Taxonomic Coverage

Terrestrial macrofungi were studied during the survey. The group was defined as the macrofungi which confine to terrestrial habitat as opposed to wood-inhabiting species representing another prominent community in boreal forests. However, these groups partially overlap and we recorded species growing on mossy old trunks or buried wood within the plots. Our study included following groups in the analysis: Discomycetes, Agaricoid, Boletoid, Aphyllophoroid fungi (we omitted brackets, crusts and jellies but included clubs and coral fungi) and some other groups in minority.

Kingdom  Fungi (Mushrooms)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 2015-01-01 / 2019-01-01

Sampling Methods

Ten permanent plots were established in spring 2015 distributed over an area of about 10 square kilometers. The locations were chosen to assess major homogenous contours of different forest types, e.g. old-growth coniferous forests and their after-cut secondary forests 5, and 20-30 years after cutting, plus a wet birch forest site and a bogged site. To extent observation area, five lines (=routes) were established in vicinity of plots encompassing major vegetation types: 2 routes in old-growth coniferous forests and 3 - in secondary deciduous forests.

Study Extent The monitoring program in the vicinity of Khanty-Mansiysk was initiated with the purpose of long-term plot-based observations of structure and dynamics of the macrofungi community, representing the middle taiga zone of Western Siberia.
Quality Control The collection database is available at http://bioportal.ugrasu.ru. All determinations could be checked online or by the request of specimens from the YSU Fungarium and re-identified. Future thorough taxonomic work is also necessary for some taxonomically difficult groups like Cortinarius spp., Russula spp.

Method step description:

  1. Five routes were located on the map in vicinity of the plots and the endpoints were imported in GPS to be used during the route-based survey.
  2. During the survey, the researcher was walking along a route using the GPS and counted all macrofungi observed within the radius about 1 m. The total sum of the counted fruitbodies of each species was representing the "organismQuantity". The number of accidents with the each species, regardless number of fruit bodies, was representing the "individialCount".
  3. The common and easily recognizable species were identified in the field. The detailed identification of doubtful species was done in the laboratory. For that, the collections were processed as described in Lodge et al. (Mueller et al., 2004, Biodiversity of fungi). Fresh fruiting bodies were wrapped in aluminium foil and carried to the laboratory to be processed on the day of collection. The processing of specimens included: 1) photographing on a photo-studio table, 2) description of vital characters, 3) preliminary microscopy and determination, 4) filling the data in the database, 5) labeling, and 6) drying at 50°C to store in the Fungarium of Yugra State University.
  4. The detailed identification was done during the winter following the collection season. Dry specimens were rehydrated in tap water or KOH (10 %); dyes and other chemicals (Congo Red, Melzer reagent, ammonia) were applied when necessary. A Zeiss Axiostar microscope with Achromat 5/0.12, 10/0.25, 40/0.65 (dry) and 100/1.25 (oil immersion) objectives was used for microscopical examination.
  5. Most of the finds were identified using Funga Nordica keys (Knudsen and Vesterholt, 2008. Funga Nordica) and some additional monographs on particular taxa were used when necessary.

Collection Data

Collection Name Fungarium of Yugra State University
Collection Identifier YSU-F
Parent Collection Identifier YSU
Specimen preservation methods Dried
Curatorial Units Count 800 +/- 10 number of specimens collected during the route-based survey

Bibliographic Citations

  1. Filippova N.V., Bulyonkova T.M. 2017. The diversity of larger fungi in the vicinities of Khanty-Mansiysk (middle taiga of West Siberia) // Environmental dynamics and global climate change. V. 8. No. 1. P. 13-24.

Additional Metadata

Alternative Identifiers https://ipt.gbif.org/resource?r=tes-marie-footprint