Here is a list of publications as a result of collaborations among our Members, directly related to mycorrhizal research in the South American continent:

  • Pagano, M.C., Lugo, M.A. (Eds). 2022. Special Issue: “State-of-the-Art Mycorrhizal Fungi in South America”. Diversity. Articles available here:
  • Marín, C. 2021. Knowledge of biodiversity and ecosystem services of South American mycorrhiza through research networking. In: FAO (Ed.), Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity – Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity, 19–22 April 2021, Proceedings (pp. 68-74). Rome, Italy: FAO. PDF. DOI:
  • Silva-Flores, P., Argüelles-Moyao, A., Aguilar, A., Simões Calaça, F.J., Duchicela, J., Fernández, N., Furtado, A., Guerra-Sierra, B., Lovera, M., Marín, C., Neves, M.A., Pezzani, F., Rinaldi, A.C., Rojas, K., Vasco-Palacios, A.M. 2021. Mycorrhizal science outreach: scope of action and available resources in the face of global change. Plants, People, Planet. First online. PDF. DOI:
  • Mujica, M.I., Bueno, C.G., Duchicela, J., Marín, C. 2019. Strengthening mycorrhizal research in South America. New Phytologist 224(2): 563-567. PDF. DOI:
  • Pagano, M.C., Lugo, M.A. (Eds). 2019. Mycorrhizal Fungi in South America. Springer, Cham. 374 p. Write us for PDF. DOI:
  • Godoy, R., Silva-Flores, P., Aguilera, P., Marín, C. 2017. Microbial Interactions in the plant-soil continuum: Research results presented at the Workshop “Mycorrhizal Symbiosis in the Southern Cone of South America”. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 17(4): 1-3. PDF.
  • Bueno, C.G., Marín, C., Silva-Flores, P., Aguilera, P., Godoy, R. 2017. Think globally, research locally: emerging opportunities for mycorrhizal research in South America. New Phytologist 215(4): 1306-1309. PDF. DOI: