Anna Kujawa

Anna Kujawa
Polish Mycological Society

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In 2019–2020 (for 13 months), 21 macrofungi species, both native (14) and inadvertently introduced from warmer regions (7), were found in greenhouses at the Warsaw University Botanic Garden. These included 13 species recorded for the first time in Polish greenhouses. Descriptions and photographs are given for 5 species identified, which are new to...
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Popularnonaukowa monigrafia zagadnień związanych z bilansem, rolą i ochroną martwych drzew w w ekosystemach, głównie (ale nie tylko) leśnych. Przedstawia m. in. zagadnienia: Co to jest drewno. Jakich rozmiarów dorastają i jak długo żyją drzewa? Pochodzenie, bilans i cechy martwego drewna, w lasach, poza lasem: w parkach, zadrzewieniach i innych śr...
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The paper presents eleven species of fungi new to the Kampinos National Park. They were found during the studies on wind-damaged areas after the forest was damaged in 2017. Two species new to Poland were described and illustrated ( Nectria nigrescens and Strossmayeria basitricha ). The current number of macromycetes taxa known from the Kampinos Nat...
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This paper presents 18 species of fungi that are new to the Kampinos National Park and their buffer zone. Seventeen of these species were found during studies on wind-damaged areas after the forest was damaged in 2017. One species new to Poland has been described and illustrated ( Odonticium septocystidiatum ). A few of the species recorded ( Cilio...
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Fungi, like other living organisms, are vulnerable when exposed to the harmful effects of human activity. Their populations may be reduced and threatened at different geographical scales and, for some species, there may even be a global risk of extinction. They are particularly sensitive to disturbance and loss of their natural habitats. Air pollut...
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Wielkopolski National Park is a protected area located in central Wielkopolska, near Poznań City, and is an important refuge to numerous valuable species of plants, fungi, and animals. Through 2019, the project to recognize and catalog the macromycetes of this Park was continued. The current paper presents the results of these studies in the form o...
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The 25th Exhibition of Fungi of the Białowieża Primeval Forest was organized in Education Center of the Białowieża National Park on September 21-22, 2018. On the exhibition were presented 159 taxa of macrofungi. During pre-exhibition field studies numerous localities of the species protected by law, red-listed or rare in Poland have been found. Two...
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The 25th Exhibition of Fungi of the Białowieża Primeval Forest was organized in Education Center of the Białowieża National Park on September 21-22, 2018. On the exhibition were presented 159 taxa of macrofungi. During pre-exhibition field studies numerous localities of the species protected by law, red-listed or rare in Poland have been found. Two...
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Ecological intensification of agriculture (e.g., with the use of wildflower strips) is being currently discussed as a mean for gaining high yields, preserving high biodiversity of farmland. The aim of this study was to assess the efficiency of annual wildflower strips (WFSs) established in rye field (RF) in (1) increasing species richness and abund...
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On January 23th, 2019, the first in Greater Poland and the fourth in Poland stand of Perenniporia fraxinea (Bull.) Ryvarden, a fungus from the Polyporaceae family, was found. Five fruiting bodies grew on common ash Fraxinus excelsior L. in the ash alley on the left bank of the Prosna river near Kwileń (Czermin municipality, Pleszew poviat). No frui...
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The Wielkopolski National Park is located in western Poland, near Poznań City. Its unique postglacial landforms are covered with various (semi)natural and anthropogenic ecosystems. The mycobiota of this Park has been studied for 90 years; however, current state knowledge is still insufficient. In 2018, a few-year- long project on the chorology, ric...
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This work aimed to present the diversity of fungal species in the Poznań- Radojewo park. It was characterized based on literature data, unpublished master’s theses, the authors’ data, as well as data collected during two mycological trips organized by the Mycological Section of the Polish Botanical Society. Between 1980 and 2017, as many as 333 spe...
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Buglossoporus quercinus is widely distributed across Europe, within the range of Quercus robur. Throughout the area, in which it appears, it is rare or very rare. B. quercinus is associated with large old oaks (Quercus, usually Q. robur), whose numbers are decreasing due to ongoing changes in the environment. It was added to the Red Lists of fungi...
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This study (conducted in western Poland) was aimed at recognizing the importance of straw heaps (SH) and manure heaps (MH) located in cultivated fields for fungal diversity in farmland. Fungi (24 species and 1 sterile form) were found in 19.1% of SH (N = 89) and 60.4% of MH (N = 169). The estimated species richness (Chao2) was 29.8 ± 12.7 and 18.1...
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Zaniewski P. T., Szczepkowski A., Gierczyk B., Kujawa A., Ślusarczyk T., Fojcik B. 2019. Pionowe zróżnicowanie bogactwa i składu gatunkowego myko−, licheno− i briobioty drzew powiatrołomowych w Kampinoskim Parku Narodowym. Sylwan 163 (12): 980−988. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26202/sylwan.2019091. Vertical distribution of species richness of various g...
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We present interesting findings from the final year (2018) of the project concerning fungi in the fire-damaged forests in Kampinos National Park (central Poland). Seven taxa have been collected which are new to the park, one species ( Scutellinia patagonica ) hitherto unrecorded in Poland has been found. The current number of macromycetes taxa know...
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The Excel file contains: - raw data on occurrence of macrofungi in straw or manure heaps located in western Poland in 2011 - habitat variables quantifying heap features and their location in the landscape The study was carried out in the Gen. Dezydery Chłapowski Landscape Park, located in West Poland. Manure and straw heaps consist of a mixture o...
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The Bieszczady Mts – a mountain range in SE Poland is a hot spot of fungal richness and diversity in Poland. This paper summarizes 5 years of studies in the Bieszczady Mts, as well as previously published research. A total of 1377 macromycetes taxa were found, including many (464) which were protected, red-listed, or very rare in Poland. Thirty-eig...
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Continuation of the mycological study of the fire-damaged pine forest in Kampinos National Park in central Poland in 2017 produced interesting new findings. Among the taxa collected, 36 were new to the park, six had not been hitherto reported from Poland ( Calycellina araneocincta , Ciliolarina aff. laetifica , Clitocybe metachroides , Galerina cer...
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Jest to zbiór rekomendacji i przykładów dobrych praktyk w planowaniu, projektowaniu, zakładaniu, gospodarowaniu i ochronie zadrzewień w krajobrazie rolniczym. Część naszych rekomendacji wymaga bardzo daleko idących zmian w prawie. Liczymy na to, że niniejsze opracowanie przyczyni się do ich wprowadzenia. Dopiero wtedy możliwe będzie objęcie zadrzew...
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em>Microstoma protracta (Fr.) Kanouse is a strictly protected species in Poland, which is also present on the red list with the category R (rare). In Poland, there are five known localities for the species, including four historical sites discovered at the beginning of the twentieth century and one contemporary site discovered at the end of the twe...
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Mycological data published in the years 2012-2017 in six papers on the exhibitions of fungi of the Bialowieza Forest (NE Poland) was analysed to demonstrate that incidental, few days long field studies in that region may provide interesting and valuable data on fungal diversity and richness. The discussed papers, in addition to the lists of species...
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Niniejsze opracowanie o charakterze monograficznym stanowi owoc wieloletnich prac monitoringowych obejmujących różnorodne grupy zwierząt i roślin, stanowiąc zaktualizowany i kompleksowy zestaw wiedzy na temat walorów przyrodniczych lokalnych ekosystemów leśnych i nieleśnych. Prace te prowadzone były na przestrzeni ostatnich 10 lat i w głównej mierz...
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The paper presents 32 species of macrofungi new to the Kampinos National Park, found during the studies on fire-damaged areas after the forest fires in 2015. Three species new to Poland were described and illustrated ( Calycellina leucella , Exobasidium juelianum , and Gymnopilus decipiens ). Four species from Polish red list of macrofungi have bee...
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Despite the fact that only parts of the Białowieża Forest are protected as a national park and nature reserves, the forest is nevertheless as a whole considered a UNeScO Natural Heritage Site, Biosphere reserve and an integrated Natura 2000 site. in the presently ongoing debate on the conservation priorities regarding the natural value of this fore...
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22nd Exhibition of Fungi of the Białowieża Forest was held on September 16-18, 2016 in Białowieża. Sporocarps of over 200 species of macrofungi were presented. The Exhibition was accompanied by many educational events, organised by the staff of the Education Centre of the Białowieski National Park. This paper presents the list of fungi presented at...
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The paper reports a preliminary study of fungal species diversity on 28 permanent plots in lime-hornbeam, riparian, ałder, fresh coniferous and marshy coniferous forests in the Biatowieia Forest, aimed at assessing the diversity of agaricoid, boletoid and hypogeous fungi in various plant communities and under different levels of protection. Long pe...
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The paper presents the Crifola frondosa distribution in the central part of the General Dezydery Chlapowski Landscape Park. 14 fruit bodies of the species were found developing on 8 specimens of Quercus robur, located in rural parks, tree belts along roads and tree alleys.
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The paper presents a new locality of the protected fungus Hericium coralloides located in a ma­norial park in Turew. Nine basiodiocarps grew on a fragment of trunk of Ulmus sp. lying at the alley. The described locality is the fourth known in Wielkopolska region .
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Despite the fact that only parts of the Białowieża Forest are protected as a national park and nature reserves, the forest is nevertheless as a whole considered a UNESCO Natural Heritage Site, Biosphere Reserve and an integrated Natura 2000 site. In the presently ongoing debate on the conservation priorities regarding the natural value of this fore...
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W ostatnich miesiącach odżyły wieloletnie spory pomiędzy zwolennikami ingerencji w naturalne procesy zachodzące w lasach Puszczy Białowieskiej oraz prowadzenia w niej gospodarki leśnej a rzecznikami traktowania Puszczy jako lasu unikalnego, bezcennego skarbu natury, postulującymi zwiększenie zakresu jego ochrony. Domagając się utrzymania obecnie ob...
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The kingdom of Fungi is incredibly heterogeneous and numerous group of living organisms estimated at 1.5 million species worldwide. About 20% of the so far described fungal taxa belong to the so-called macromycetes – artificial group characterized by forming a generative structures visible with the naked eye. Up to date, about 4250 of macromycetes...
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Climate changes also affect European forests. Some species of trees, like Norway spruce Picea abies, are sensitive to high temperatures and water deficiency. After having been weakened by summer droughts they become vulnerable to more intensive colonization of tree-eating insects. Spruce trees which become infested by the European spruce bark beetl...
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The paper presents the last part of the results of the short-term inventory of fungi species in the Biebrza National Park and synthesises all the data gathered during two surveys, including the information published by other authors. The main body of research is focused on a survey of macrofungi identified with morphology-based methods. In case of...
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Clathrus archeri is a saprotrophic fungus native to Australia and New Zealand and known in Europe since the beginning of the 20th century. In Poland, C. archeri was recorded for the first time in 1973 and since then basidiomata of this fungus have been recorded almost 90 times, mostly in the southern part of the country. In the present study, we up...
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Article 2(2016): 1 Dispute over the future of the Białowieża Forest: myths and facts. A voice in the debate [English version of the article published in Polish as Wesołowski T. et al. 2016. Spór o przyszłość Puszczy Białowieskiej: mity i fakty. Głos w dyskusjiwww.forestbiology.org (2016), Article 1: 1-12.
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The studies of macromycetes on the area currently occupied by the Kampinoski National Park (KPN) lasted for nearly 140 years. Only ca. 400 fungi species had been mentioned from this area until 2012. In years 2012-2014 five-person research team found 1411 fungi species in the area of KPN. Considering the literature data, the current number of specie...
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Wild food and fungi use in the countryside has always been an important part of human-nature relationships. Due to social changes in most rural areas of Europe this part of traditional ecological knowledge is shrinking. The aim of our study was to record the use of wild foods and plants among the Ukrainian (Carpatho-Rusyns) minority in the western...
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21st Exhibition of Fungi of the Białowieża Forest was held on September 19-20, 2015 in Education Center of the Białowieski National Park. Fruiting bodies of merely 103 fungi species were presented because of the prevailing drought in the area. As every year, the organization of the exhibition provided an opportunity to collect new data on mycobiota...
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The article presents the biography and scientific achievements of Professor Anna Bujakiewicz. After receiving her master’s degree and doctorate in biology and mycology from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Professor Bujakiewicz continued her exciting research and teaching on mycology at her Alma Mater Posnaniensis for more than 50 years. Her p...
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In the years 2012–2014 mycological inventory was performed in the Kampinos National Park. The subjects of the inventory were the macrofungi (Ascomycota, Basidiomycota). The inventory was made by the route method. The area checked for the presence of the macrofungi comprised the Kampinos National Park without the buffer zone, particular attention wa...
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W związku z nowelizacją Ustawy o ochronie przyrody (Dz.U.2013 poz.627), w Dzienniku Ustaw z dnia 16 października 2014 roku zostało opublikowane nowe Rozporządzenie Ministra Środowiska z dnia 9 października 2014 w sprawie ochrony gatunkowej grzybów (poz. 1408). Zmiany w stosunku do dotychczas obowiązującego Rozporządzenia z dn. 9 lipca 2004 r. dotyc...
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194 species of fungi were presented at the 20th Exhibition of Fungi of Białowieża Forest on 20-21 September 2014 in Białowieża. Like every year, the organization of the exhibition provided an opportunity to collect new data on mycobiota of this region. The article lists exhibited fungal species and shortly presents rare and protected taxa found dur...
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Aim: To assess the usefulness of a DNA-based method for identifying mushroom species for application in forensic laboratory practice. Methods: Two hundred twenty-one samples of clinical forensic material (dried mushrooms, food remains, stomach contents, feces, etc) were analyzed. ITS2 region of nuclear ribosomal DNA (nrDNA) was sequenced and the...
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The paper presents a list of 19 coprinoid fungi, found in Poland, which have not been reported earlier from this area: Coprinellus bisporiger, C. dilectus, C. heterothrix, C. radicellus, Coprinopsis annulopora, C. bellulus, C. candidolanata, C. cinereofloccosa, C. coniophora, C. goudensis, C. idae, C. iocularis, C. krieglsteineri, C. pachyderma, C....
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In 2010, 16 macrofungi species were found in greenhouses of the Botanical Garden in Warsaw-Powsin. These included 8 species of lepiotaceous fungi and a few species known from warmer areas. For 3 species identified, which are new to Poland (Agaricus subrufescens, Leucocoprinus heinemannii, Marasmius teplicensis), a description is given, with drawing...
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Bolbitius coprophilus (Peck) Hongo is reported for the first time from Poland. High numbers of basidiomata were observed between June and September in 2007 and 2008 on a paddock near a stable situated in the Skaryszewski Park in Warsaw, on horse dung mixed with straw. The microand macroscopic characters of collected specimens are given. The Polish...
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On 20-21 September 2013 in Białowieża the nineteenth Exhibition of Fungi of the Białowieża Forest was organized. As every year, the exhibition was an opportunity to collect new the data on mycobiota of Białowieża Forest. The article presents a list of species presented at the Exhibition (277 taxa) and a list of rare and protected species of fungi,...
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This paper presents a list and general information concerning the species of larger Basidiomycota and Ascomycota gathered for the XVIII Fungi Exposition of The Białowieża Forest.
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The basidiomycete Volvariella bombycina (Pluteaceae) is included in red lists of fungi in Poland and some other countries. Its distribution in Poland is presented, based on published data as well as 12 new locations. Platanus × acerifolia is reported for the first time as a host of this fungus. Another six tree species are new hosts for V. bombycin...
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This paper presents the second part of the results of the first short-term inventory of fungi species occurring in the Biebrza National Park and is focused on a survey of macrofungi. The total number of macrofungi found during the survey in late August 2012 was 289 taxa: 17 ascomycetes and 272 basidiomycetes, inhabiting diverse ecological niches. T...