The flatwoods section of Ambler Expansion harbors a good diversity of fungi, including species that are unusual for northern Indiana (for example, Russula compacta and Russula ballouii).
This site has been surveyed under good weather conditions. Relevant ecological roles should be represented.
Species list for all plots
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Ecological role summary :
Plot 1 Map
Plot 2 Map
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