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The Raymond M. Fatto Herbarium at NYBG page An online source of Ray Fatto's Russula herbarium. Ray was a past president and guiding light of the NJMA.
Northeast Mycological Federation The website of a consortium of mushroom clubs of northeastern North America, of which NJMA is a member. Contains lots of mycological information, including works from Gary Lincoff and others. Lots of information about upcoming and past regional forays, collecting guidelines, and more.
MushroomObserver.org The purpose of this site is to record observations about mushrooms, help people identify mushrooms they aren’t familiar with, and expand the community around the scientific exploration of mushrooms (mycology).
NJMA's Yahoo! Group A place on the Internet for NJMA members to share mushrooming experiences and to exchange ideas. Before you can read or post to the group, you'll need to choose a user name and password for Yahoo – then it's easy to make postings and add photos, files, and mushroom links. This is a "moderated" group, meaning that anything you post is subject to sensible posting guidelines. Any misidentifications, "bad" information, or postings of questionable taste will be removed.
Rod Tulloss' Amanita website Everything you ever wanted to know about members of the genus Amanita. (Well, almost...if you want more, you need to speak with Rod himself!)
Tom Volk's Fungi Very helpful page from Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, where I teach courses on General Mycology.
Fungi Growing on Wood A site assembled by Gary Emberger, reflecting work he's done over the last few years to create an identification guide to wood decay fungi based on an out-of-print work by Charles Fergus called Illustrated Genera of Wood Decay Fungi. The website includes dichotomous keys, descriptions, and, for many species, quite a few photographs illustrating many diagnostic features useful for identification.
Mushroom: The Journal Comprehensive site with articles, events and guides.
North American Mycological Association To promote, pursue, and advance the science of mycology.
Systematic Botany and Mycology Fungal Databases
Rogers Mushrooms Photographs, descriptions, and basic keys that are a companion to Roger Phillips' recently-republished book Mushrooms of North America.
MushroomExpert.com Michael Kuo's identification site, contains keys (still under construction), descriptions, and photos. Also contains special info for morel collectors and some info on tree identification.
MykoWeb Fungi of the San Francisco Bay Area: Lots of professionally done photographs on this site.
Taylor Lockwood One of the world's most prominant aesthetic mycologists, Taylor Lockwood's photos are truly jaw-droppers. Contains information about Taylor and provides links to purchase his books, DVDs, and stock fungi photographs. Alternate links www.kingdomoffungi.com and www.fungiphoto.com
The Great Morel Site An interesting site with several links dedicated mostly to morels.
MorelMania.com Sightings page Contains "unscientific" maps of the progress of morel emergence across the US each spring as reported by site users. Lots of fun if you just can't wait for those spongy "creatures" to pop their heads up!
Gruppo Micologico e Naturalistico An interesting Italian mycological site.
AmericanMushrooms.com An interesting website run by the co-author of Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America and Mushrooms of Northeastern North America.
Foraging With the "Wildman" Learn about edible and medicinal wild vegetables, herbs, greens, fruits, berries, nuts, seeds, and mushrooms with NYC's favorite naturalist, "Wildman" Steve Brill. Find out about his public Wild Food and Ecology tours in local parks, and the work he does with kids. Read excerpts from his books, enjoy his botanical artwork and vegetarian recipes, and find out what happened after he was arrested and handcuffed by undercover NYC park rangers for eating a dandelion in Central Park!
Mushroom Art A site of beautiful mushroom art by Peter Thwaites, a commissioned artist to the British Mycological Society. Features prints from watercolor paintings, posters, cards, and even canvas folding chairs highlighting Mr. Thwaites' artwork, all available for purchase.