Neomyceta

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Neomyceta are fungi species which are non-native to a geographical region, and were introduced in recent history. The term is derived from the Greek neo = new and mykês = fungi. Fungi species are defined as neomyceta if they have been introduced after 1492, when Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World and the Columbian Exchange[1]Cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbian_Exchange began.

List of invasive alien fungi relevant for Luxembourg

Originally compiled for assessments after the ISEIA protocol, this list mentions the invasive alien fungi present in Luxembourg and/or occurring and creating problems in at least one of the three adjacent EU member states. It is updated when new species appear. This list will provide a basis for the establishment of a national list of invasive alien species of Luxembourg concern pursuant to Article 12(1) of the EU Regulation 1143/2014 on Invasive Alien Species.

Species Family ISEIA[2]More info about the Invasive Species Environmental Impact Assessment (ISEIA) in the Risk assessments & IAS lists section on the Info-page. LU-lists EU-list[3]Year in which the species was published in the list of EU concern.
Aphanomyces astaci Schikora, 1906 Leptolegniaceae not ass.    
Clathrus archeri (Berk.) Dring Phallaceae not ass.    
Hymenoscyphus fraxineus (T. Kowalski) Baral, Queloz, Hosoya Ascomycota B3 Watch  

 Page content last updated on 2021-03-27.

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1 Cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbian_Exchange
2 More info about the Invasive Species Environmental Impact Assessment (ISEIA) in the Risk assessments & IAS lists section on the Info-page.
3 Year in which the species was published in the list of EU concern.