Species List: Aerially Rhizomorphic Marasmiaceae (781)
When: 1980-01-01
Observations: 25

Notes: References:

Aubrecht, Gerhard, Werner Huber and Anton Weissenhofer (2013). Coincidence or benefit? The use of Marasmius (horse-hair fungus) filaments in bird nests. Avian Biology Research, 6(1), 26–30.

Freymann, B.P. (2008) Physical properties of fungal rhizomorphs of marasmioid basidiomycetes used as nesting material by birds. Ibis, 150, 395-399.

Hedger, John, Peter Lewis and Habiba Gitay (1993). “Litter-trapping by fungi in moist tropical forest” In Isaac, Susan (Ed.), Aspects in Tropical Mycology (pp. 15-35). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

McFarland, K.P. and Rimmer, C.C. (1996) Horsehair fungus, Marasmius androsaceus, used as nest lining by birds of the subalpine spruce-fir community in the northeastern United States. Can. Field Nat., 110, 541-543.

Prange, S. and Nelson, D.H. (2006) Use of fungal rhizomorphs as nesting material by Glaucomys volans (Southern Flying Squirrels). Southeastern Nat., 5, 355-360.

Seaver, Fred J. (1994). The Horse-Hair Fungi. Mycologia, 36(4), pp. 340-342.

Singer, R. 1976. Marasmiceae (Basidiomycetes – Tricholomataceae). Flora Neotropica. 17:1-347



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