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- Description of a new fungus species8. April, 2020 - 11:29
Recently, the description of a fungus species of Inocybe section Marginatae, Inocybe antoniniana, was published. Up to now, the species is known from Austria, Germany and Turkey. The preferred habitats of the mycorrhizal fungus are beech forests, partly mixed with other tree species. The new species has been described in detail with illustrations of micro- […]
- Amphibians & Reptiles of Austria – a new Publication!18. March, 2020 - 10:14
The DNA barcode library for Austrian amphibians and reptiles is now complete. All native species were analyzed, with the exception of Vipera ursinii rakosiensis and Lissotriton helveticus, which are probably extinct or extremely rare and spatially limited. As part of the ABOL initiative, 194 DNA barcodes were created at the University of Graz, mainly from […]
- ABOL BioBlitz 2020 & City Nature Challenge10. February, 2020 - 14:39
Dear ABOL community, dear colleagues, Knowledge about biodiversity is more important than ever, not only in the scientific community, but also among the general public. The Days of Biodiversity have been significantly contributing to our knowledge on biodiversity for many years. ABOL will this year again participate in Days of Biodiversity with ABOL BioBlitz actions […]