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Butterflies of the Soil Project
- Project to inventory epigeous macromycetes as part of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory. Includes volunteers notebook, with directions for collecting and annotating specimens, and note forms for macro characters and macrochemical testing.
Canadian Mycological Resource
- A Canadian focus on mushrooms, fungi, and mycology resources.
- Information on Rytas Vilgalys's research group, evolutionary biology of mushrooms, and mushrooms of North Carolina.
Forest Fungi Of New Zealand
- Photographs and information on New Zealand Fungi now also including slime moulds
Fun Facts About Fungi
- Contains fact sheets with photos and fun activities for kids.
Fungal Biodiversity Center - Utrecht, The Netherlands
- Includes extensive databases for many types of fungi.
- Introduction to mycology for university students. Includes topics on structure, sexual and asexual spores, dimorphism, haustoria, rhizomorphs, and sclerotia and stromata.
Fungi and mushrooms of the Czech republic
- Over 500 images of fungi including Latin to Czech fungi name translations, list of mycologists, and events.
Fungi mailinglist and archive
- Belgian mailinglist for mycology. Share your questions and answers; outdoor-activities; determinations about fungi with others who are also interested in Mycology. Or search the archive for some information.
Fungi of New South Wales, Australia
- Photographs, drawings, and descriptions of indigenous macro fungi, by Jamie Derkenne.
Medical Mycology Online
- Contains lots of information on the fungi that cause human infections. Descriptions of the organisms and the diseases they cause. Complete with excellent images.
- A synoptic key for determination of fungal genera. This first version includes 180 genera and about 750 illustrated species. Covers the genera of basidiomycota with stem and cap (Agarics, and Boletes) from Northern Europe.
- Links to internet resources of interest to mycologists.
- Internet portal for scientists presenting information about diversity of fungi including email directories, societies, identification, collections, and resources.
- Information on mushrooms, fungi, mycophagy, and mycology primarily for the amateur. Includes photographs, descriptions, and recipes.
The Ones That Stain Blue
- Psilocybe mushrooms: studies in ethnomycology
Orson and Hope Miller's Mushroom
- Images of edible, interesting and poisonous mushrooms. Contains recipes and publications list.
Pyrenomycetes from southwestern France
- Family Xylariaceae. Synoptic and dichotomous keys.
- Images, information, keys and global chat room.
Taxonomy and Ecology of Ascomycetes
- Photos, drawings and keys of the macro- and microscopy of ascomycetes, and ecological aspects of these fungi.
Tom Volk's Fungi
- Information on mushrooms and mycology, forays and workshop information, images for teaching, and related resources.
University of Oslo Mycological Herbarium
- Collections database, images, fact sheets, red list, list of taxon names and synonyms. In Norwegian and English.
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