In this study, the community structures of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in rhizospheres of and neighboring woody plants in Wando, Korea were investigated. Rhizospheres of and other woody plants were dominated by the same species, , but Shannon's index, species richness and total spore numbers of the AMF communities were higher in non- than in neighboring plants. Regardless of host plant species, the frequency of was significantly high comparing with other AMF species. The community similarity of AMF within was significantly higher than between and neighboring plants or neighboring plants (p<0.005). Results showed that AM fungal communities in rhizospheres of have unique community structure and are different from that of neighboring host plants, suggesting that community structure of AMF could be influenced by host plant species.