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Welcome to the Maine Mycological Association!
I. The Maine Mycological Association (MMA) is a group of amateur and professional fanciers of wild mushrooms and other fungi. It was formed in 1985 from a ...
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Harley Barnhart's Guide to Guides
Good keys to about 150 species, with about as many look-alikes. ... Harley Barnhart originally wrote his Guide to Guides as an article in Mushroom the ...
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MID HUDSON MYCO-NEWS
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Michael Kuo Mushroom Expert: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/amanita.html (key to 38 species). Illustrates volva types in 8 categories, extensive Bibliography ...
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Mushrooms in Victorian Fairy Paintings, by Elio Schachter
These paintings, of a genre known fittingly as "Victorian Fairy Paintings ... But in several pictures, the fairies are dancing outside a circle of mushrooms ...
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Mushrooms in Victorian Fairy Paintings, by Elio Schachter
These paintings, of a genre known fittingly as "Victorian Fairy ... To the modern eye, "cute" seems inescapable, yet this ethereal art form has its own ...
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COMA Spring Meetings
Poisonous Mushrooms: COMA is an educational club. We emphasize learning positive ... If you are interested in learning about mushrooms to eat (mycophagy), ...
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What's a Mushroom?
This is what a fungus looks like under the microscope. ... as the pictured mushroom often does, indoors, in the United States. ... These have a number of important differences from mushrooms like the one pictured above. ...
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fruiting body
A macroscopic conidia-bearing fruiting body is currently called a conidioma, but yes, it also used to be called a conidiocarp. ...
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Sam's Corner, Fourth Quarter of 2001
Gasteromycetes: Lycoperdon pyriforme, Scleroderma citrina. Poroid: Boletus edulis, Boletus subglabripes Other poroids: Favolus alveolaris, ...
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COMA COMMON-NAME CHECKLIST 1/94 DATE________ _____ ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML milk-white toothed polypore. BOLETUS sp_______ scutellata______ eyelash cup ... jelly tooth pyriforme_______ pear-shaped puffball. TREMELLA sp______ ...
 
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