عنوان مقاله [English]
: Fungi are the important components of forest ecosystems that influence on the life of other organisms. Macroscopic fungi vary in broadleaf and conifer forests. In order to identify Macrofungi on forest floor in Alnus subcordata and Cupressus sempervirens forested masses Plats 0.6 ha were selected in the Shastkalateh forest, Gorgan (North of Iran). Macrofungi collected in summer and autumn season (2010), they were identified according to macroscopic, microscopic characteristics and reliable sources as well. 11 species consist of: Boletus queletii, Collybia confluens, Coprinus atramentarius, C. Lagopides, C. micaceus, Hygrocybe laeta, Lepiota cristata, L. naucina, Mycena polygramma, M. pura, Psathyrella candolleana Were collect on Cupressus sempervirens in compare 7 species consist of: Collybia sp, Cystoderma amianthinum, Lepiota brunneoincarnata, L. naucina, Mycena abramsii, Macrolepiota gracilenta, Psathyrella candolleana collected in Alnus subcordata mass. In order to find relationship between impact pH and presence macrofungi, pH of soil under each specimen was measured by PH meter paper and PH meter device in lab. PH level in Cupressus sempervirens mass and in Alnus subcordata mass were found between 7-8 and 6.5-7.5 respectively.
Keywords: PH soil, planting Cupressus sempervirens mass, planting Alnus subcordata mass, macroscopic fungi, Shastkalateh Gorgan.