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Abstract                 Volume:7  Issue-1  Year-2020          Original Research Articles

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Identification of wild macrofungi from Southern West of Saudi Arabia
D. A. El-Wakil1,2* and A. N. Al-Gifri1,3
1Department of Biology, College of Science, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia
2Plant Pathology Research Institute, Agricultural Research Centre, Egypt
3Department of Biology, College of Science, Aden University, Yemen
*Corresponding author

Macro-fungi (Mushrooms) considered a great potential natural bio-resource of basidiomycetes; also, source of proteins and vitamins for human. In the present study twelve mushrooms were identified and one of Terfezia sp. The importance of mushroom all over the world, give a push to many mycologists to study the wonderful macro-fungi. The different ecological conditions, affects on the wild fungus especially humidity and temperature degrees. The morphological characteristics as the stalk height, diameter, cap size and fresh weight of mushrooms were considered as a parameter for differentiation between different types. Twelve species of mushrooms belonging to different  genera were collected and identified from three locations in Jazan  governorate southern of Saudi Arabia; Harub, Al-Aridhah and Samtah, which found a suitable area for this kind of macro fungi in Saudi Arabia. In addition, in Al-Sahalil Jazan region the Terfizia sp. Was recorded underground with some wild plants.

Keywords: Ascomycetes,Basidiomycetes,Edible fungi,Fruiting  bodies,Higher fungi,Mushrooms
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El-Wakil, D. A., Al-Gifri, A. N., 2020. Identification of wild macrofungi from Southern West of Saudi ArabiaInt.J.Curr.Res.Biosci.Plantbiol. 7(1): 17-22. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrbp.2020.701.002
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