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The remnant trees in casttle have a significant ecological importance because they alter the microhabitat and also affect biological interactions. Ali these factors improve mycorrhizal fungi establishment and forest vegetation species proliferation. The objective of this study was to determine space-temporal variation of the morphospecies of arbuscular mycorrhiza and their spores number under remnant trees. This study was carried out in a casttle, in the northern edge of the Biology Station ofdoi:10.17129/botsci.1535 fatcat:iezvpenvbbcttnxpxd3v2xccsm