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Table 2 Fungi habitat preferences according to the interviewees (Mazovia, Poland)

From: Fungal ethnoecology: observed habitat preferences and the perception of changes in fungal abundance by mushroom collectors in Poland

Grasslands Forest clearcutting Semi-open and light forest Various habitats Deciduous forest Coniferous forest Mixed forests
Agaricus campestris Armillaria mellea Boletus edulis Amanita vaginata Armillaria mellea Armillaria mellea Amanita vaginata
Macrolepiota procera Gyromitra esculenta Boletus subtomentosus Boletus subtomentosus Boletus edulis Boletus edulis Boletus edulis
Marasmius oreades Morchella spp. Lactarius deliciosus Cantharellus cibarius Boletus reticulatus Cantharellus cibarius Boletus reticulatus
  Pleurotus ostreatus Leccinum scabrum Leccinum scabrum Cantharellus cibarius Cortinarius caperatus Boletus subtomentosus
   Macrolepiota procera Macrolepiota procera Leccinum aurantiacum Gyromitra esculenta. Cantharellus cibarius
   Paxillus involutus Paxillus involutus Leccinellum pseudoscabrum Gyroporus cyanescens Cortinarius caperatus
   Russula spp. Russula spp. Leccinum scabrum Hygrophorus hypothejus Craterellus cornucopioides
   Suillus bovinus Suillus bovinus Leccinum scabrum Imleria badia Gyromitra esculenta
     Paxillus involutus Lactarius deliciosus Gyroporus cyanescens
     Russula spp. Morchella spp. Imleria badia
      Paxillus involutus Lactarius deliciosus
      Russula spp. Leccinum aurantiacum
      Sarcodon squamosus Leccinum scabrum
      Suillus bovinus Macrolepiota procera
      Suillus grevillei Morchella spp.
      Suillus luteus Paxillus involutus
      Suillus variegatus Pleurotus ostreatus
      Tricholoma equestre Russula spp.
      Tricholoma portentosum Sarcodon squamosus
       Suillus bovinus
       Suillus variegatus
       Tricholoma equestre
       Tricholoma portentosum