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American Bryological and Lichenological Society Links, education, events, specimen exchange, publications
International Mycological Association (IMA)
Mycological Society of San Francisco (

DIRECTORIES-Fungi (Mycology) Open Directory | | WWW Virtual Library |

Fungi:   Non-vascular Plants Home Page, Paul G. Davison, Ph.D. Dept Biology, U North Alabama

also see.. §MEDICINE (Fungus)§

Cornell Center for Fungal Biology biodiversity project, K-12 education, Links, Search
Dictionary of the Fungi-Search generic name:   CABI-Bioscience

DoctorFungus   Drugs, Glossary, Image Bank, Introduction, Links, Mycoses..
Human Mycoses
    º Fungal Infections of the Skin and Skin structures: Onychomycosis

FungiUse It!   Forest & Shade Tree Pathology online textbook; Links

Fungi:   The Tree of Life
Fungi of Australia Glossary:   Australian Biological Resources Study, Australian Botany pages Medical Mycology image library, diagnostic key: U Wisconsin Madison
Growing Mycotecture
Paul Stamets: 6 ways mushrooms can save the world

U Adelaide, Mycology Online
Identification of Medically Important Fungi
Lab methods
Lecture Notes
Skin Mycology
    º Dermatophytosis (tinea or ringworm) of the scalp, glabrous skin, and nails

U Toronto, Botony
Moulds: their isolation, cultivation, and identification, an introductory guide by David Malloch

Systematic Botony and Mycology (SBML) Fungal Databases: Agricultural Research Service, US DOA
Index of Fungi: Generic and/or Specific, Single Fungus or Host

Truman State U, Microfungi Home Page by Jose Herrera
• Galleries: Fungal Colonies, Zygomycete
•WWW Virtual Library: Mycology

3D Photo index:   Fred Rhoades, Western Washington U
Ascomycota, Lichens, Mosses & Liverworts, Mushrooms, Slime Molds
Fungi:   Non-vascular Plants Home Page, Paul G. Davison, Ph.D. Dept Biology, U North Alabama

( also see... §Bryophytes§ )

TUTORIALS American Bryological and Lichenological Society Links, education, events, specimen exchange, publications
Identifying North American Lichens: A Guide to the Literature May, Brodo, Esslinger
Checklists of Lichens of the World T. Feuerer
Colorado lichens
Identifying North American Lichens: A Guide to Literature: Harvard U
International Association of Lichenologists (IAL) Search for lichenologists, endangered lichens, societies
Lichen determination keys available on INTERNET: articulated keys & several interactive keys
Lichen Herbarium Botanical Museum Search for lichen type, literature, Norwegian Lichen database: U Oslo
Lichen Herbarium Database Search by Genus & species: Biology Dept, University of Trieste, Italy
Lichen Herbarium and Sonoran Desert Flora Project: Thomas H. Nash, III, Arizona State U
Lichen Herbarium at the Swedish Museum of Natural History 300,000 specimens, databases, exhibitions.
The Lichens Tatsuya Okamoto, Kochi University
Lichens at Oregon State University Bruce McCune
Lichens at University of Minnesota Cliff Wetmore
Lichens of the Miller Springs Nature Center Introduction - images, diagrams, collecting, storage
Lichens of New England anonymous?
Lichens of North America   Links, Portrait Gallery
Lichens of the Ozarks Richard C. Harris and Douglas M. Ladd
Lichen Pictures:   Clifford Smith, U Hawai'i Botony
Links-Lichens:   DoctorFungus
North American Lichen Checklist Theodore L. Esslinger
Vascular Plant Collection Minnesota flora, institutional loans, 100,000 plants, fungi, lichens..: U Minnesota
The world of lichenology Dr. Clifford Smith

Crop King hydroponic, Mushroom- Hobby Kits (grow bags) & aquaculture controlled systems, training

Mushrooms from Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences
Fact Sheets: Literature on Mushroom Growing
    º Basic Procedures for Agaricus Mushroom Growing (pdf)
Mushroom Spawn Lab
    º Cultures/Spawn Availability, Ordering & How to Start a Culture Open Directory Edible Fungi Links
Edible Mycorrhizal Mushrooms Directory mycorrhizal; truffles, boletus, cantharellus, lactarius, tricholoma

Fungi Perfecti ( founded by mycologist & author Paul Stamets in 1980, certified organic by the Washington State Dept of Agriculture

Google Books (Public Domain)
About Mushrooms: A Guide to the Study of Esculent and Poisonous Fungi Julius Auboineau Palmer (1894)
British Edible Fungi: How to Distinguish and how to Cook Them Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (1891)
Coloured Figures of English Fungi Or Mushrooms James Sowerby, Vol. 1 (1797)
The Cultivation of Mushrooms Benjamin Minge Duggar (1904)
Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms: What to Eat and what to Avoid Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (1894)
Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms William A. Murrill (1916)
The Garden Mushroom: Its Nature and Cultivation John Abercrombie (1779)
Guide to the Mushrooms Front Cover Emma L. Taylor Cole (1910)
Moulds, Mildews, and Mushrooms: A Guide to the Systematic Study... Lucien Marcus Underwood (1899)
The Mushroom Book: A Popular Guide to the Identification and Study... Nina Lovering Marshall (1901)
The Mushroom and Champignon Illustrated James Sowerby (1832)
Mushroom Culture: its Extension and Improvement William Robinson (1870)
Mushroom Culture and Pure Culture Spawn American Spawn Company, St. Paul (1916)
Mushroom Growing Benjamin Minge Duggar (1920)
Mushroom Growing for Amateurs George Francis Atkinson, Robert Shore (1905)
Mushrooms Thomas H. White (1919)
Mushrooms Lilian Wheeler (1899)
Mushrooms of America: Edible and Poisonous Julius Auboineau Palmer (1885)
Mushrooms: A Book of Free Forms Alfred Kreymborg (1916)
Mushrooms: How to Grow Them, A Practical Treatise on Mushroom Culture for Profit and Pleasure (1901) William Falconer
Mushrooms for the Million John Wright (1894)
Mushrooms and Other Common Fungi Flora Wambaugh Patterson, Vera Katherine Charles (1915)
Mushroom Pests and how to Control Them Charles Holcomb Popenoe (1917)
Mushrooms and Toadstools: how to Distinguish Easily the Differences Between Edible and Poisonous... Worthington George Smith (1875)
Mushrooms or Toadstools: a Natural Food Product Louis Fourniquet Henderson (1901)
Mushrooms and Their Use Charles Horton Peck (1897)
The Mycogone Disease of Mushrooms and its Control Frank J. Veihmeyer (1914)
Mycological Glossary: Or Aid to the Study of Mushrooms William Ashbrook Kellerman (1905)
Our Edible Toadstools and Mushrooms and How to Distinguish Them William Hamilton Gibson (1895)
The Principles of Mushroom Growing and Mushroom Spawn Making Benjamin Minge Duggar (1905)
Preserving Wild Mushrooms Emile Francis Pernot (1908)
The Secrets of Mushroom Growing Simply Explained Archie Victor Jackson (1906)
Studies and Illustrations of Mushrooms 1 George Francis Atkinson (1897)
Toadstools, Mushrooms, Fungi, Edible and Poisonous: And One Thousand American Fungi Charles McIlvaine, Robert K. Macadam (1912)
A Treatise on the Cultivation of the Mushroom James Cuthill (1861)
Twelve Edible Mushrooms of the United States, Illustrated with Twelve Colored Types Thomas Taylor (1890)

International Society for Mushroom Science (ISMS) articles, edible species descriptionsUse It!
Jeanne Marie Rhodes Moen, Wild 'Shrooms, wild mushroom hunting in Norway
Low Cost Mushroom Production at Home shiitake & oyster mushroom indoor cultivation
The Mushroom Council gourmet mushrooms, recipes, cleaning, cooking, cultivation, nutrition, storing
Mushroom Cultivation and Marketing set up a production system: ATTRA collaborative mushroom recording & identification project
Shiitake Mushroom Production notes

Ted Talks
Paul Stamets: 6 ways mushrooms can save the world

    º Category:Fungi
Aspergillus oryzae (koji)
Hyphae long, branching filamentous structure of fungus, mode of vegetative growth collectively called a mycelium
Medicinal mushrooms
Mucigel creates symbiotic environment for fungi which help with water absorption in plant roots
Mycelium vegetative part of fungus: a mass of branching, thread-like hyphae; mycelium may form fruiting bodies e.g., mushrooms
Mycorrhiza symbiotic association between fungus & roots of vascular plants by which fungus colonizes plant roots
Mycorrhizal fungi and soil carbon storage
Stamets, Paul
    º Mycelium Running
Grow Your Own Mushrooms in Used Coffee Grounds
How to farm mushrooms for Slow Food, medicine, bioremediation
kaizen trading company
    º what is koji?
Paul Stamets
    º The Garden Giant & "Mycototes"

TECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS Mycofoam Mycelium Technology: We Grow Materials

Google Patents search
Mycoattractants and mycopesticides US 8501207 B2, Paul Stamets

Lemelson Foundation
A Growth Industry: How Ecovative Design's mushroom-based products are transforming the packaging industry
MYX compostable, sustainable fabric from mushroom on hemp
New Textile Grows from Mushrooms
Are mushrooms the new plastic? Bayer & McIntyre's Mycobond replaces styrofoam (polystyrene) as insulation, packaging components, fire retardant
Paul Stamets: 6 ways mushrooms can save the world
Paul Stamets

Lingzhi mushroom complex of fungal species including Ganoderma lucidum, Ganoderma tsugae & Ganoderma lingzhi
Mycoremediation under Bioremediation
MycoWorks sustainable fungi products to be used in apparel, footwear, batteries, & automobiles
Paul Stamets
    º From Fungi to Factory - Innovation for a Finite Planet
    º Mushroom Packaging
    º Demo Day #3 - MycoWorks
MycoWorks Media
    º How to make a myco-brick
SciFri Science Friday
    º The Fungi in Your Future Phillip Ross of Microworks describes the use of Ganoderma lucidum to produce leather-like materials

ZYGOMYCOTA (Bread Molds, Rhizopus, Mucor, etc.)
Zygomycota - Conjugating Fungi illustrated classification outline, text & images: The Fifth Kingdom book, CD


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