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Archaeospora trappei (R.N. Ames & Linderman) J.B. Morton & D. Redecker

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Scientific name
Archaeospora trappei
Author
(R.N. Ames & Linderman) J.B. Morton & D. Redecker
Common names
 
IUCN Specialist Group
Unknown
Kingdom
Fungi
Phylum
Glomeromycota
Class
Glomeromycetes
Order
Archaeosporales
Family
Archaeosporaceae
Assessment status
Proposed
Proposed by
Lilian Araujo Rodrigues
Comments etc.
Lilian Araujo Rodrigues

Assessment Notes

Taxonomic notes

Spores of Archaeospora trappei most resemble those of Intraspora schenckii (Sieverd. & S. Toro) Oehl & Sieverd. Both species form hyaline spores of an identical subcellular structure. However, spores of A. trappei form laterally on the neck of a sporiferous saccule, and those of I. schenckii develop inside the neck (Sieverding; Oehl 2006).


Why suggested for a Global Red List Assessment?

Due to the several records worldwide, we suggest this species to be categorized as Least Concern (LC).


Geographic range

Species distributed worldwide.


Population and Trends

A very common species in several countries. It has 273 data according to GBIF when searching Archaeospora trappei.

Population Trend: Stable


Habitat and Ecology

In Brazil, the species is found in Caatinga, Amazon, Atlantic Forest and Cerrado.

Subtropical/Tropical Dry ForestSubtropical/Tropical Moist Lowland Forest

Threats

In Brazil, A. trappei can be found in associated with biomes that have high rates of anthropic disturbance, such as deforestation.

Housing & urban areasTourism & recreation areasShifting agriculture

Conservation Actions

Some records in Brazil are in unprotected areas. The isolation of this fungus in controlled condition represents an advance for the conservation of this species.

Site/area protectionResource & habitat protectionAwareness & communications

Research needed

Other areas should be studied in order to assess the distribution of this species.

TaxonomyPopulation size, distribution & trendsLife history & ecology

Use and Trade

None.

Unknown

Bibliography

Marinho, F., da Silva, I. R., Oehl, F., & Maia, L. C. 2018. Checklist of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in tropical forests. Sydowia, 70, 107-127.
Wang, F. Y., & Shi, Z. Y. 2008. Biodiversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in China: a review. Advances in Environmental Biology, 2(1), 31-39.
Cofré, M. N., Soteras, F., del Rosario Iglesias, M., Velázquez, S., Abarca, C., Risio, L., ... & Lugo, M. A. 2019. Biodiversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in South America: A Review. In Mycorrhizal Fungi in South America (pp. 49-72). Springer, Cham.
Jobim, K., Vista, X. M., & Goto, B. T. 2018. Updates on the knowledge of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (Glomeromycotina) in the Atlantic Forest biome–an example of very high species richness in the Brazilian landscape. Mycotaxon, 133(1), 209-209.


Known distribution - countries

Regional Population and Trends

Country Trend Redlisted