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Dung Nests, lairs, etc. , bromeliads) Adapted from Hawksworth et al. (1997) and Hyde and Hawksworth (1997). fm Page 31 Tuesday, April 12, 2005 4:01 PM Fungal Communities: Their Diversity and Distribution 31 over 25 years by numerous mycologists to reach these figures, only 40% of the species are in common despite many similarities between the localities, and additional species are added each year. The actual number of species of fungi present in these sites could easily be around 4000, but both are much disturbed and neither has a long history of ecological continuity.
Science 44:320–322. D. (2001). Mechanisms of plant species coexistence: roles of rhizosphere bacteria and root fungal pathogens. Ecology 82:3285–3294. J. (1962). The pattern of influence of individual forest trees on soil properties. Ecology 43:130–133. fm Page 27 Tuesday, April 12, 2005 4:01 PM 2 Fungal Communities: Their Diversity and Distribution David L. Hawksworth MycoNova, The Yellow House, Mataelpino, Madrid, Spain Gregory M. 1 INTRODUCTION The word community has a variety of definitions, including “people having common rights,” “a body of persons in the same locality,” “a body of persons leading a common life,” or “a monastic body” (Kirkpatrick, 1983).