Abies alba Miller 1759 (Family Pinaceae)


Tree

Bark

Leaves

Height: <55m, Age: <500 yr
Ectomycorrhizal
Monoecious, Flowering May

Biotopes:
Spruce Forest
Pollination: Wind
Mycorrhizae:
Cantharellaceae

Hydnum repandum

Hydnum rufescens

Clavulina coralloides

Clavulina rugosa

Thelephora palmata

Thelephora terrestris

Many Russulaceae

Many Boletaceae

Chroogomphus rutilus

Scleroderma citrinum

Several Amanitaceae

Many Cortinariaceae

Many Inocybaceae

Several Tricholomataceae

Hygrophorus olivaceoalbus

Hygrophorus pustulatus

Amanita rubescens

Amanita submembranacea

Laccaria amethystina

Laccaria laccata

Clitopilus prunulus

Entoloma rhodopolium

Hebeloma sordidum
Parasites:
Pucciniastrum epilobii

Heterobasidion annosum

Phaeolus schweinitzii

Armillaria ostoyae

Several Tortricidae Larvae (Needle Miners)
Herbivores:
Severeal Geometridae

Many Tortricidae

Panthea coenobita

Nemophora ochsenheimerella Larva

Chionodes electella Larva

Pristiphora compressa Larva

Pristiphora nigella Larva

Several Curculionidae
Sapivores:
Several Miridae

Prociphilus bumeliae
Xylophages:
Molorchus minor Larva (Wood Borer)

Obrium brunneum Larva (Wood Borer)

Hylobius abietis Larva

Otiorhynchus coecus Larva
Granivores:
Eupithecia abietaria Larva

Gastrodes abietum
Bark Inhabitants:
Galerina atkinsoniana
Wood Decomposers:
Armillaria ostoyae

Mycena rubromarginata

Pluteus pouzarianus

Hypholoma capnoides

Panellus mitis

Pleurocybella porrigens

Heterobasidion annosum

Stereum sanguinolentum

Amylostereum chailletii

Tapinella atrotomentosa

Several Hymenochaetaceae

Pseudohydnum gelatinosum

Trichaptum abietinum

Tremella encephala

Sebacina grisea

Calocera furcata

Antrodia xantha

Phaeolus schweinitzii

Neolentinus adhaerens

Pezicula livida

Several Cerambycidae Larvae

Several Curculionidae

Xylota sylvarum Larva

Xylosciara lignicola Larva

Urocerus gigas Larva

Gymnosperm Generalists
Needle Decomposers:
Hemimycena lactea

Several Gomphaceae

Gymnosperm Generalists


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