Botany

I am interested in the plants and musrooms here in southern Bavaria. So here are tables of the plants and musrooms around Starnberger See. They are available either as Excel files or pritty lengthy htm documents(converted by Winword).

Structure of the Musroom Table
(most frequent species, alphabetic order one should learn first these)


 
Agaricus essetei
24
Schiefknolliger Anis-Champignon x
silvaticus
21
Kleiner Waldchampignon x
arvensis
17
Schafchampignon
semotus
17
Weinrötlicher Zwergegerling n
augustus
16
Riesen-Egerling n
silvicola
16
Dünnfleischiger Anisegerling
           
Auricularia auriculajudae
20
Judasohr x
           
Amanita rubescens
31
Perlpilz x
muscaria
25
Fliegenpilz x

row #3: Frequency around Starnberger See 0 36 according to  "Verbreitungsatlas"
row #5: n means not in Tutzing quadrant
row #6: x means I know the mushroom very well.
 

Strukture of Plants Table
(All occuring  in Germany)


 


Lateinischer Name Deutscher Name ge H von bi Familie
             
Hypérzia selágo Tannen-Teufelsklaue
0
3
7
10
Hyperziáceae
Lycopódium clavátum Keulen-Bärlapp
0
1
7
8
Lycopodiaceae
Lycopódium annótinum Sprossender Bärlapp
0
3
8
9
Lycopodiaceae
Diphasiástrum complanátum Gemeiner Flachbärlapp
0
1
8
9
Lycopodiaceae
Equisétum hyemále Winter-Schachtelhalm
1
3
6
8
Equisetaceae
Equisétum variegátum Bunter Schachtelhalm
0
1
4
9
Equisetaceae
Equisétum sylváticum Wald-Schachtelhalm
0
2
4
5
Equisetaceae
Equisétum arvénse Acker-Schachtelhalm
1
4
3
4
Equisetaceae

row#3: 1 means I found that plant, 0 could not jet find
row#4: frequency from 0 4 according to "Verbreitungsatlas"
Row#5,6: months of flowering season

The musrooms(43kB): pilze.xls
The plants Excel table(146kB): plasta.xls

Click here for the(139kB) musrooms.htm
and here for the(633kB) plants.htm