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Received Apr 19; Accepted Sep 1. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract This study aimed to investigate and discuss the occurrence and accumulation of mercury in the fruiting bodies of wild-growing fungi Macromycetes collected from montane forests in two regions of southwestern China with differences in soil geochemistry, climate and geographical conditions.
Fungal mycelia in soils of the subalpine region of the Minya Konka Gongga Mountain in Sichuan and in the highlands of Yunnan efficiently accumulated mercury in fruiting bodies mushrooms. The examined sites in Yunnan with highly mineralized red and yellow soils showed Hg contents ranging from 0.
Due to the remoteness of the subalpine section of Minya Konka, as well as its elevation and climate, airborne mercury from long-range transport could be deposited preferentially on the topsoil and the Hg levels determined in soil samples taken beneath the fruiting bodies were up to 0.
In Yunnan, with polymetallic soils Circum-Pacific Mercuriferous Belt , Amanita mushrooms showed mercury in caps of fruiting bodies of up to 7. Geogenic Hg from the mercuriferous belt seems to be the overriding source of mercury accumulated in mushrooms foraged in the regions of Yunnan, while long-range atmospheric transport and subsequent deposition are the mercury sources for specimens foraged in the region of Minya Konka.
Keywords: Asia, Foraging, Heavy metals, Mushrooms, China, Yunnan Introduction The anthropogenic emissions of Hg are a process that has been ongoing for decades now and has caused increases in topsoil Hg contents, thereby creating a pool of Hg with the likelihood of the formation of MeHg that accumulates in the aquatic food web Olivero-Verbel et al.