Grzesiak, B. & Wolski, G. J. 2015. Bryophilous species of the genus Galerina in peat bogs of Central Poland. — Herzogia 28: 607– 623.
Fungi growing on bryophytes or in their close vicinity are referred to as bryophilous fungi. These relationships may be obligate or facultative. Patches of peat bogs are among the most suitable habitats to investigate these relationships. The study aimed to document the co-occurrence of fungi belonging to the genus Galerina and various bryophyte species. The exploration involved six sites representing raised and transitional bogs in Central Poland. The investigation was carried out from 2007 to 2011 on 18 research plots with an area of 10 m². Nine species of fungi were recorded occurring on 21 species of moss. The most fungal species were found on Sphagnum fallax and S. magellanicum.