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 ExchangeCf. 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||ISEIAMore info about the Invasive Species Environmental Impact Assessment (ISEIA) in the Risk assessments & IAS lists section on the Info-page.||LU-lists||EU-listYear 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 2023-02-26.
|↑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.|