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  1. Pathological Mycology; An Enquiry Into the Etiology of Infective Diseases by German Sims Woodhead, 2010-01-11
  2. Journal of mycology by B M. 1818-1904 Everhart, 2010-05-14
  3. An Introduction to Medical Mycology by George Lewis, Mary Hopper, et all 1958
  4. Laboratory Medical Mycology by Yousef Al-Doory, 1980-06
  5. Journal of Mycology (13-14) by United States. Division of Pathology, 2010-03-28
  6. Medical Mycology (Studies in Biology) by Mary P. English, 1980-07-01
  7. Modern Methods in Food Mycology, Volume 31 (Developments in Food Science)
  8. Laboratory methods in medical mycology (HEW publication) by Leanor Davison Haley, 1979
  9. Elements of medical mycology, by Jacob Hyams Swartz, 1949
  10. Metal Ions in Fungi (Mycology)
  11. Molecular Biology and Its Application to Medical Mycology (Nato a S I Series Series H, Cell Biology) by Bruno Maresca, George S., Ph.D. Kobayashi, 1993-09
  12. Technical Mycology: The Utilization of Micro-Organisims in the Arts and Manuf... by Franz Lafar, 1898
  13. Introduction to Industrial Mycology by George Smith, 1986-12-01
  14. Advances in medical mycology: Dr. O.P. Srivastava festschrift volume

81. New Zealand Fungi
Images, photos, keys and lots of information on mushrooms in New Zealand
Latest News or things of Interest
Clubs and Society's
Auckland Fungus Group

A few of us fungi photographers have come together to form this group. If you you live in the Auckland region and have an interest in fungi then visit our site. Fungal Network of New Zealand Inc.
Previous known as Fungi Foray Group which has been around for nearly 20 years has now formed a
Society. Australasian Mycological Society
This site seems to move around alot so link maybe broken.
Australasian Mycologist Journal

Temporary local site.
Personal Sites
A peek into the world of Mushrooms
A new site on New Zealand fungi. Exploring the
Kaimai Bush
by Shirley Kerr K I D S ... 3D pictures of toadstools from the New Zealand Forests. (Check them out they are quite amazing) The Hidden Forest Information and Photographs of New Zealand Fungi also including Slime Moulds, Lichens and Bryophytes. New Zealand Scenery (the little things) by Steve Axford A new site showing some of New Zealand's natural history including fungi. Research Site New Zealand Fungal Herbarium (PDD) Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research. NZFUNGI - New Zealand Fungi Landcare Research mycology database.

82. CBS Fungal Biodiversity Centre: Home
Includes extensive databases for many types of fungi.
CBS-KNAW fungal biodiversity centre An institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Tel Fax skip to the main content area of this page Home About Research ... Links
Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Welcome to the CBS
Mycologists in the Spotlight
Rob Samson was elected as Honorary Member by the General Assembly of the Hungarian Society for Microbiology. His Curriculum Vitae reflected his outstanding achievements in mycology and the recommendation of the Board gave the General Assembly plenty of evidence supporting his appointment as Honorary Member. … read more Vacancies
Researcher (2010-10), Researcher (2010-12), PhD student(2010-13), PhD student (2010-14), Technician (2010-15) … read more CBS Laboratory Manual Series 2: Food and Indoor Fungi
This book is the second in the new CBS Laboratory Manual Series and is based on the seventh edition of INTRODUCTION TO FOOD AND AIRBORNE FUNGI. This new version, FOOD AND INDOOR FUNGI, has been transformed into a practical user’s manual to the most common micro-fungi found in our immediate environment – on our food and in our houses. … read more CBS in the news: Scedosporium on TV
Sybren de Hoog and Bert Gerrits van den Ende featured in an episode of the ZDF science program “Abenteuer Wissen” on Germany’s second TV network.

83. Forest Fungi Of New Zealand
Photographs and information on New Zealand Fungi now also including slime moulds

84. Pyrenomycetes From Southwestern France
Family Xylariaceae. Synoptic and dichotomous keys.

85. Mycotoxicology Newsletter - Dr. Angelo Visconti
International forum for the discussion of mycotoxins, edited by Angelo Visconti.

86. Homepage Verplaatst Van Het Net Naar KPN - KPN
Photos and information about lichen biology. In Dutch and English.
Spring naar content gedeelte KPN Webmail Zoeken Zoek op de website
Homepage verplaatst van Het Net naar KPN
Winkelwagen items Winkelwagen
Het Net heet voortaan KPN
Het Net heeft een nieuwe naam: KPN. Het Net is al sinds 1999 onderdeel van KPN en heet nu voortaan KPN. Met deze wijziging wil KPN iedereen betere diensten en service bieden. Om deze reden zijn persoonlijke homepages verplaatst van Het Net naar KPN.
De door jou opgevraagde homepage: document.write(bron); is voortaan bereikbaar via de nieuwe kpn url:
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87. Walton Hall Nature Trail Lichens
General information.
Lichens consist of a symbiosis between an algae and a fungus. The algae contains the pigment chlorophyll which it uses during photosynthesis to produce carbohydrates. These are required by the algae itself but are also absorbed and used for growth by the fungus. Thus the fungus obtains nutrients from the algae, the fungal tissue in turn may provide shelter for the algae allowing it to grow in harsh conditions such as rock surfaces where it would otherwise be destroyed. Most of the lichens in the churchyard are crustaceous species, forming a crust over the substrate, and may grow as little as 1mm per year. In other, less polluted and wetter, parts of Britain such as the west coast of Wales and Scotland there are many leafy (foliose) and shrubby (fruticose) lichens which can grow at several centimetres per year. Some of these used to be collected on a commercial scale for dying wool. Indeed our own bright orange Xanthoria parietina was also used in medieval times as a remedy for jaundice.
Some notes on the cryptogams within the churchyard at the OU
by Richard Tofts Churchyards are of acknowledged importance for lichens in Britain, and the British Lichen Society's Churchyard Project is now well under way. Churchyards provide one of the best and longest established 'outcrops' of stone in lowland England, and many different types of stone may be present in a small area, each supporting characteristic species of bryophytes (mosses and liverworts) and lichens.

88. Lichens, Education, Taxonomy, Database
General information for young students including synoptic key and photos.
Lichens are a successful alliance between a fungus and an alga. Each doing what it does best, and thriving as a result of a natural cooperation. They live as one organism, both inhabiting the same body. Here we offer some ways of finding out more. Lichens - A friendly alliance! - Witness the meeting - Find out about Lichen Biology LichenLand Main Door : A fun way for novitiates to get into the game, with teaching aides to help you learn about lichens. Lichen Lite : An introduction to Lichens and the query interface Synoptic Key : to Some NW Lichens, Provides additional character choices.
These lichen pages provided with NSF funding and in association with
Northwest Alliance for Computational Science and Engineering

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University

Dept of Botany and Plant Pathology, Oregon State University
Questions and comments to Webmaster

89. Endangered Lichens
List of species protected by law in different countries.
IUCN Global Red List of Lichens
Lichens that are protected by law in the countries listed. UNITED KINGDOM Under the provisions of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Species listed on Schedule 8. Bryoria furcellata Forked hair-lichen Buellia asterella Starry breck-lichen Caloplaca luteoalba Orange-fruited elm-lichen Caloplaca nivalis Snow caloplaca Catapyrenium psoromoides Tree catapyrenium Catillaria laureri Laurer's catillaria Cladonia stricta Upright mountain-lichen Collema dichotomum River jelly-lichen Gyalecta ulmi Elm gyalecta Heterodermia leucomelos Ciliate strap-lichen Heterodermia propagulifera Coralloid rosette-lichen Lecanactis hemisphaerica Churchyard lichen Lecanora achariana Tarn lecanora Lecidea inops Copper lecidea Nephroma arcticum Arctic kidney-lichen Pannaria ignobilis Caledonian pannaria Parmelia minarum New Forest parmelia Parmentaria chilensis Oil-stained parmentaria Peltigera lepidophora Ear-lobed dog-lichen Pertusaria bryontha Alpine moss-pertusaria Physcia tribacioides Southern grey physcia Pseudocyphellaria lacerata Ragged pseudocyphellaria Psora rubiformis Rusty alpine psora Solenopsora liparina Serpentine solenopsora Squamarina lentigera Scaly breck-lichen Teloschistes flavicans Golden hair-lichen For further information contact Dr. B. Coppins.

90. Orchila: Un Liquen En La Toponimia Venezolana
Lichen genus found in Venezuela.
Orchila is the vernacular Spanish name for the species of Roccella , a genus of lichens (Fungi). It is the name of a little Venezuelan island in the Caribbean Sea (South America). You can see the location in a map below. There are four species of Roccella in Venezuela: R. caribaea, R. verruculosa, R. fucoides, and R. babingtonii . Often, they live in rocks near the coast. Roccella
There are some islands in the Venezuelan Caribbean Sea with vernacular names of animals, for instance: La Tortuga (Turtle), Lobos (Wolf), Aves (Birds), Patos (Ducks) or La Vaquita (little cow).
Roccella Roccella fuciformis Roccella caribaea Roccella verruculosa
Roccella caribaea
Roccella babingtonii Roccellababingtonii
Roccella caribaea Roccella
Thamnolia vermicularis
Usno Usnea
sp. Chiodecton sp. (Herpotallon) (cuadrado=1cm) Cladonia sp.

91. Forest Lichens Of New Zealand
Photographs, general information, identification and related links.
Forest Lichens Welcome to forest lichen web site. It looks like your Browser does not support frames. No matter go to the site map and navigate from there or use the arrow to browse the site. The Hidden Forest Site Map

92. Looking For Lichens / Korstmos
Weblog with photos and descriptions.
Looking for Lichens / Korstmos
After overlooking them for half a century, I started noticing lichens and they amaze me by their timid splendor. Fungus and algae symbiotically creating wild variations of appearance and color, hues and textures, settling unobtrusively on places that seem hard to survive on. I bought a Dutch field guide for lichens. My plan is to take pictures, post them here and work with the guide to collect names and infomation about the finds.
Friday, May 21, 2010
An Introduction to lichens
Glad I can post something new to this blog again!
An Introduction to Lichens

Thanks to Arron Brown who sent me this link.
Enjoy! Posted by Frans at 10:09 PM 0 comments
Saturday, April 11, 2009
That in Aleppo Once
Rereading "Spring in Fialta" by Vladimir Nabokov, I enjoy the short stories that I read at least once before, since I started reading Nabokov in 1975.
The copy of the paperback that I'm reading is from 1951, it cost 35 cents at the time and every page that I turn breaks off. So I am also the last person to read this particular copy, reading it is destroying it.
In the story that I just finished, "That in Aleppo Once", I come across a reference to lichens. The lichen in the story is as unobtrusive as they are in real life, very easy to miss if you are not looking:

93. BLWG | Lichens And Bryophytes
Species list, herbaria, and publications.
Welkom Over de BLWG Agenda Regionaal ... Links English markeer("mnu_summary");
Dutch Bryological and Lichenological Society
BLWG, founded in 1946, is a society with about 400 members (50 from abroad), which are interested in bryophytes and lichens. BLWG organizes activities for members and public, including field trips, weekends and symposia. Online resources Journals
is issued three times a year. Buxbaumiella contains reports of field trips (also abroad), notes on taxonomical groups pertinent to the Netherlands and recent literature. The journal is in Dutch, but the editors welcome contributions in English. An English summary is provided for all articles. You may contact editor-in-chief Rienk-Jan Bijlsma for more information. Some issues (1-62) can be downloaded as pdf from the

94. Mycorrhizal Applications, Inc. | Helping Your Plants Grow Better - Naturally!
Information on the use of mycorrhizal inoculum.

95. The Spore Works
Rare and exotic mushroom spores.
Welcome to The Spore Works
Spore Works Trick or Treat Halloween Special Spore Works has been supplying quality rare and exotic mushroom spores since October of 1998. Our primary focus is providing our customers with the highest quality spore and culture material, and the widest available selection of varieties and species. We pride ourselves on fast and friendly customer service and do everything within our power to ensure our customers are 100% satisfied. We understand there is a variety of choices for suppliers of exotic spore and culture material, however we are confident that as our customer you will be satisfied with the high quality of our products and the speed and professionalism our service. Where are the bags, agar products, etc? As part of our strategy to continue supplying our customers with quality rare and exotic spores and cultures, Spore Works is now focusing all our efforts on the maintenance and expansion of our Spores for Microscopy and Specialty Mushroom Cultures . As a result we will no longer be offering substrate bags laboratory supplies and culturing media pressure cookers or sterilizers mushroom books , etc.

96. International Mycorrhiza Society - Home
Includes membership details, meetings, news, job opportunities, and publications.

97. Fun Facts About Fungi Home
Contains fact sheets with photos and fun activities for kids.

98. Electronic Distribution Maps Of Caribbean Fungi
Compilation of information on the geographic distribution of many species in this region.

99. Welcome To
Site aimed at promoting research on truffles and mycorrhizae. Includes a truffle image gallery, directory of truffle and mycorrhizal researchers and companies, and information for molecular analysis and identification of truffles.

100. MycoKey Home
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.
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– the mycological information site Created by Jens H. Petersen , University of Aarhus, Denmark Thomas Læssøe , University of Copenhagen, Denmark Comments or problems, please e-mail

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