|Former name(s)||Journal of Mycology, Mycologial Bulletin|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||Mycologia|
|Edited by||Jeffrey K. Stone|
|Publisher||Mycological Society of America (United States)|
Mycologia is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes papers on all aspects of the fungi, including lichens. It first appeared as a bimonthly journal in January 1909, published by the New York Botanical Garden under the editorship of William Murrill. It became the official journal of the Mycological Society of America, which still publishes it today. It was formed as a continuation of the Journal of Mycology (14 volumes; 1885–1908) and the Mycologial Bulletin (6 volumes in 87 issues; Mar. 7, 1903-Mar. 1908).
The following persons have been editor-in-chief of the journal:
- 1909–1924 - William Murrill
- 1924–1932 - Fred J. Seaver
- 1933 - H.M. Fitzpatrick
- 1933–1934 - J.A.Stevenson
- 1934–1935 - F.A. Wolf
- 1935–1936 - G.R. Bisby
- 1945–1950 - Alexander H. Smith
- 1951–1957 - G.W. Martin
- 1958–1960 - Donald P. Rogers
- 1960–1965 - Clark T. Rogerson
- 1966–1970 - R.W. Lichtward
- 1967 - Joseph C. Gilman
- 1971–1975 - R.K. Benjamin
- 1976–1980 - M. Barr Bigelow
- 1981–1985 - T.W. Johnson, Jr.
- 1986–1990 - H. Petersen
- 1991–1995 - David McLaughlin
- 1996–2000 - David H. Griffin
- 2001–2004 - Joan W. Bennett
- 2004–2009 - Don Natvig
- 2009–2014 - Jeffrey K. Stone
- Dearness J. (1938). The background of mycology and of Mycologia: both should be more widely known. Mycologia 30(2): 111–19.
- Farr ML. (1982). Developmental studies on the MSA. Mycologia 74(1): 1–19.
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