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Mixed maple grove
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Tree species present in this habitat
Sugar maple
Red maple
American beech
White birch
Yellow birch

Mixed maple groves are mainly composed of sugar maple and/or red maple, along with a lesser number of other species, such as beech, birch, oak, hemlock, pine, white or red spruce, and fir.

In addition to the decay fungi described for the pure maple grove, one can pick mycorrhizal fungi on the ground that are associated with the roots of beech, birch, oak, hemlock, pine, spruce and fir. In this way, the mixed maple grove has greater biodiversity.

You will find
Cantharellus cibarius
Chicken Mushroom
Polyporus sulfureus, Laetiporus sulfureus
Elm Pleurotus
Hypsizigus ulmarius, Pleurotus ulmarius
Late Oyster Mushroom
Panellus serotinus
Oyster Mushroom
Pleurotus ostreatus
Scaly Polyporus
Polyporus squamosus, Melanopus squamosus