State of the World’s Fungi Symposium – report

State of the World’s Fungi Symposium – report

What do dark taxa, quantum dot nanoparticles and hairy earth tongues have in common? Alison Pouliot reports on the Symposium.

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Tom May, thank you.

Tom May, thank you.

Tom recently stepped down as President of Fungimap after over 20 years - a tribute by Pam Catcheside

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Book Review Radical Mycology

Book Review Radical Mycology

by Alison Pouliot ‘All life is connected. This is the primary lesson that fungi teach’, so begins Radical Mycology – A Treatise on Seeing and Working with Fungi. A hefty 700-page compendium by self-taught mycologist, Peter McCoy, the book repr...

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ALA & Mycena interrupta

ALA & Mycena interrupta

What does the Atlas of Living Australia tell us about the distribution of Mycena interrupta in Queensland and South Australia? Tom May, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, reproduced with permission from Queensland Mycologist 11(3): 5–9 2016 The report of the b...

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To foray or to forage?

To foray or to forage?

by Alison Pouliot, reprinted from Fungimap Newsletter 57 According to Pliny, foragers seeking edible mushrooms should steer clear of serpents’ dens as their breath renders mushrooms toxic. Despite his counsel, great flourishing crops of poisonous Yellow ...

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