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|Autoren||Rafael F de Almeida, Robert Lücking, Aída Vasco-Palacios, Ester Gaya & Mauricio Diazgranados|
|Verlag||Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew|
|Größe||280 x 238 mm|
The Catalogue of Fungi of Colombia is the first comprehensive listing of the known Colombian funga. Compiled by a team of Colombian and international mycologists from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, the Humboldt Institute and numerous partner institutions, it consolidates expert-generated information linked and accessible through an online portal (ColFungi).
The checklist is accompanied by 15 chapters written by specialists, providing perspectives on the state of knowledge on the Colombian funga, covering a range of topics, from the diversity of the main groups of fungi and the history of mycological studies in this country, to aspects of the biogeography, ecology, biotechnology, conservation, and uses of Colombian fungi and their presence in national and international biological collections.
The Catalogue is further enriched by diverse supplementary material, allowing users to explore further open questions and opportunities, to develop new ideas on the use of fungi and their conservation, and to foster social and environmental awareness.
Rafael F. de Almeida is a biologist with expertise in Taxonomy and Systematics. He served as research editor for the Useful Plants and Fungi of Colombia (UPFC) project. Robert Lücking is a lichenologist at the Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum in Berlin, where he works as curator for lichens, fungi, and bryophytes, with emphasis on the funga of South America. Aída Vasco-Palacios is a professor at the Faculty of Microbiology at the University of Antioquia, where she studies fungal biodiversity in Colombia and its biotechnological potential. Also, she is the president of the Colombian Association of Mycologists. Ester Gaya is a Senior Research Leader in the Trait Diversity and Function department at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (RBG Kew), where she leads the Comparative Fungal Biology team. Mauricio Diazgranados is a research leader in the Ecosystem Stewardship department at RBG Kew. He focuses on investigating how useful plants and fungi can contribute to developing nature-based solutions to tackle environmental and societal challenges. He was also the principal investigator of the UPFC project.
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