The effects of endophytic fungi of NZ terrestrial orchids: developing methods for conservation

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Nearly 40% of New Zealand (NZ) orchid species are of conservation concern, some critically endangered, largely due to habitat loss. In NZ, there are currently no propagation programs for terrestrial orchids all of which rely on symbiotic fungi to provide the nutrients required for germination, and little is known about the specific fungal species that might make this possible. To develop an understanding of the fungal interactions affecting recruitment in the field, a survey of endophytic fun...


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