DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EUROPEAN REGULATIONS ON WILD MUSHROOM COMMERCE AND ACTUAL TRENDS IN WILD MUSHROOM PICKING
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Currently more and more European countries are introducing lists of mushroom species allowed for commercial use. However these lists are far from the actual composition of mushroom species collected by local communities. Field research conducted in five villages located in central Mazovia, Poland presents a record of thirty five different taxa collected among local communities of which 12 weren’t registered as allowed for commerce in Poland. This article aims to discuss the reasons that stand behind these differences in relation to the actual useful potential of European mycobiota.
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