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- 1Borle, Neil
- 1Crane, Patricia E.
- 1Currah, R. S.
- 1Currah, Randolph S.
- 1Hiratsuka, Yasuyuki
- 1Kernaghan, G.
Abstract: Sporocarps of fungi belonging to ectomycorrhizal genera were collected between 1993 and 1997 at two sites at the upper elevational limit of the subalpine forest in montane Alberta. Host plants include Abies lasiocarpa, Picea engelmannii, Larix lyallii, Betula glandulosum, and Dryas and...
Although the peak diversity of Pinaceae is reflected by many Cretaceous seed cones representing extinct genera, the oldest definitive record of the family is attributable to an extant genus. A seed cone discovered at the Valanginian Apple Bay locality extends the record of Picea by ~75 Ma,...
Reproductive Biology and Evidence for Water Dispersal of Teliospores in Chrysomyxa weirii, a Microcyclic Spruce Needle RustDownload
Chrysomyxa weirii (Uredinales) is the only autoecious, microcyclic species of Chrysomyxa occurring in North America. The telia form on second-year needles of spruce, causing premature needle loss. The morphology of the telia was studied in herbarium specimens from diverse locations, and the...