Pleurotus nebrodensis A Very Special Mushroom

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Maria L. Gargano, Georgios I. Zervakis, Giuseppe Venturella

DOI: 10.2174/97816080580061130101
eISBN: 978-1-60805-800-6, 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60805-801-3



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First described by Giuseppe Inzenga in 1863 as “the most delicious mushroom of the Sicilian mycological flora”, Pleurotus nebrodensis ...[view complete introduction]
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An Outline of the Madonie Mountains (Northern Sicily): A Center of Diversity for Pleurotus Species

- Pp. 63-74 (12)

Giuseppe Venturella and Alessandro Saitta

Abstract

The territory of the Madonie Mountains is considered as a biodiversity hot-spot in the Mediterranean Basin. Since long distinguished botanists who have studied the vegetation of this particular territory were fascinated by the high level of species diversity. In this chapter, an overview of the geographical, geological, soil, climatic and vegetation features of the area is provided. Madonie territory is an important center of diversity for fungi and in particular for species belonging to the genus Pleurotus growing on roots of plants of the family Apiaceae.

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