Abstract: Aeromycoflora of Dnyanganga Wild Life sanctuary of Buldhana studied with the help of Petriplate method. Total 250 fungal colonies represented 15 fungal species were observed during the present investigation period. Environmental factor play an important role for the distribution of the fungal spores. The fungal species were Cladosporium, Alternaria, Fusarium, Aspergillus, Penicillium, Curvularia, Rhizopus, Trichoderma species were observed. It is found that maximum percentage contribution is observed for Cladosporium, followed by Aspergillusniger, A. flavus, A fumigates. On the contrary, minimum percentage contribution is observed for Aspergillusnidulans. Spores are released into the environment from fungi growing as saprophytes or parasites. Saprophytes are fungi that grow on dead or decaying organic matter in the soil or elsewhere in the environment. Parasites, on the other hand, infect living host plants. Fungal spore concentrations outdoors are usually high in the late summer or fall.

Keywords: Dnyanganga, Environmental, Cladosporium, Saprophytes, Fungal, summer, etc.