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Table 1 Collecting site, component, wood species, and decay type of decay samples

From: Diversity and community structure of wood-inhabiting fungi found in Japanese wooden houses analyzed by the next-generation sequencing

  Sample collection site Wood genus (family) Decay type**
House no. Prefecture* Component
HIM1 1 Kanagawa (35.56N, 139.52E) Under floor member of hallway Abies or Tsuga (Pinaceae) S1, S2
HIM2 1 Kanagawa (35.56N, 139.52E) Under floor member of bathroom Shorea (Dipterocarpaceae) S2
HIM3 2 Kanagawa (35.55N, 139.52E) Floor member of open verandah Tsuga (Pinaceae)
HIM4 2 Kanagawa (35.55N, 139.52E) Floor member of open verandah Tsuga (Pinaceae) B, S1
HIM5 3 Hyogo (34.75N, 135.41E) Under floor sill of hallway Abies (Pinaceae) S2
HIM6 4 Osaka (34.68N, 135.44E) Under floor member of Japanese‐style room Abies (Pinaceae) B
HIM7 4 Osaka (34.68N, 135.44E) Under floor member of kitchen Abies (Pinaceae) S1
HIM8 5 Nara (34.56N, 135.72E) Column of bathroom Tsuga (Pinaceae) S1
HIM9 6 Hyogo (34.74N, 135.32E) Blindfold fence of bathroom Larix or Picea (Pinaceae) B
HIM10 6 Hyogo (34.74N, 135.32E) Blindfold fence of bathroom Xanthocyparis (Cupressaceae) S1
HIM11 7 Kanagawa (35.32N, 139.34E) Brace of bathroom Abies (Pinaceae) ba
HIM12 7 Kanagawa (35.32N, 139.34E) Window sill of kitchen Shorea (Dipterocarpaceae) S2
HIM13 7 Kanagawa (35.32N, 139.34E) Roof member of bathroom Cryptomeria (Cupressaceae) B
HIM14 8 Kanagawa (35.37N, 139.39E) Column of bathroom Tsuga (Pinaceae) S2
HIM15 9 Miyazaki (31.91N, 131.38E) Window frame of kitchen Cryptomeria (Cupressaceae) W, S1
HIM16 10 Tokyo (35.78N, 139.71E) Under floor member of kitchen B, S1
  1. W white rot, B brown rot, S1 soft-rot type 1 (diamond-shaped cavity), S2 soft-rot type 2 (cell wall erosion), ba bacterial attack
  2. * Parentheses indicate approximate location
  3. ** Decay type estimated by microscopic observation