Ecological Archives E087-138-A2

Jeri Lynn Parrent, William F. Morris, and Rytas Vilgalys. 2006. CO2-enrichment and nutrient availability alter ectomycorrhizal fungal communities. Ecology 87:2278–2287.

Appendix B. Phylotype distribution and abundance among ectomycorrhizal fungal lineages.

TABLE B1. List of genera/clades and the corresponding number of phylotypes and samples corresponding to each. Mean and SE of the percentage of each clade is also reported for CO2 treatments (n = 3).

Genus/Clade or Family

No. ITS phylotypes

% of samples

Mean % Ambient CO2 samples (SE)

Mean % of Elevated CO2 samples (SE)

Russula

11

37.7

35.8 (9.5)

39.6 (6.3)

Thelephoroid clade

23

13.6

13.3 (5.7)

14.8 (4.4)

Tylospora

2

11.2

15.5 (3.8)

6.4 (2.4)

Lactarius

6

10.0

4.5 (2.7)

14.4 (3.8)

Cortinarius

6

8.5

9.1 (5.5)

9.4 (5.8)

Amanita

2

5.1

7.3 (1.9)

3.3 (1.7)

Piloderma

4

3.9

3.9 (1.1)

4.2 (2.2)

Dermocybe

2

2.4

3.3 (1.5)

1.4 (1.4)

Unkn. Basidiomycete

3

1.5

0.8 (0.8)

0 (0.)

Cantharelloid clade

2

1.5

2.5 (2.5)

0 (0)

Athelioid clade

2

1.0

0.7 (0.7)

1.4 (1.4)

Clavulina

1

1.0

1.7 (1.7)

0 (0)

Suillus

1

0.7

0 (0)

1.4 (1.4)

Laccaria

1

0.5

0.8 (0.8)

0 (0)

Inocybe

1

0.2

0 (0)

0.5 (0.5)

Rhizopogon

1

0.2

0 (0)

0.5(0.5)

Sebacina

1

0.2

0.7 (0.7)

0 (0)

Sebacinaceae

1

0.2

0 (0)

0.5(0.5)

Sistotrema

1

0.2

0 (0)

0.5(0.5)

Tricholoma

1

0.2

0 (0)

0.5(0.5)



[Back to E087-138]