Studying macroscopic mushroom diversity at Bandealit Resort, Meru Betiri National Park, Jember, East Java

Salma Fadlilatul Lailiyah, Muhammad Zainul Arifin*, Fikri Sakti Firmansyah, Wahyudi Fauzi Tanjung, Pradhipta Oktavianto, Annas Abi Hamzah, Elis Nina Herliyana

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Mould is an important part of the eukaryotic organism in the forest ecosystem. The diversity of fungi in the Indonesian forest, especially in Bandealit Resorts is largely due to the conditions of vegetation and the supportive environment. The purpose of this study is to study the diversity of macroscopic mushroom in the Bandealit Resorts, Meru Betiri National Park, Jember Regency, East Java. Macroscopic mushroom diversity data is scooped up by cruising methods. The mould found is recorded as data based on mushroom morphology such as colors, substrates, covering forms, stalk forms, and has pores or lamella. In addition to environmental data of temperature, humidity, and headedness is also taken to determine biotic and environmental factors that foster the growth of mushroom. Mushroom documentation was then passed by way of comparison. Based on the identification, we found a fungus with two Phylum: Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, with as many as 33 species belong to 8 ordos. The Basidiomycota group is most commonly found and with the most dominated order of Polyporales. Most of the mushrooms are found in soot substrates.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012009
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 9 Dec 2019
Externally publishedYes
Event2nd International Conference on Tropical Silviculture: Forest Research and Innovation for Sustainable Development, ICTS 2019 - Bogor, Indonesia
Duration: 10 Sept 201911 Sept 2019


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