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Some Wikipedians have formed a project to better organize information in articles related to fungi. This page and its subpages contain their suggestions; it is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians. If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page.

Scope[edit]

This WikiProject aims primarily to describe all fungi, that is, all species belonging to the kingdom Fungi. This project is not limited to species descriptions and taxonomy; all important aspects of fungal biology are covered by this project. Additionally, the history of the science of mycology and biographies of mycologists are also part of this project.

Parentage[edit]

This WikiProject is an offshoot of WikiProject Tree of Life

WikiProject Science.
WikiProject Biology
WikiProject Tree of Life
WikiProject Fungi
Wikipedia:WikiProject_Fungi/Fungi Collaboration (inactive)

Similar WikiProjects[edit]

This project was largely modeled after Wikiproject Plants and follows many of the same guidelines, modified to the unique needs of describing fungi and mycology.

Some pages on psychoactive genera and species have been created as part of Wikiproject Psychedelics, Dissociatives and Deliriants

Creation and maintenance of biographies of mycologists has some overlap with Wikiproject Biography.

Participants[edit]

  • Peter G. Werner (initiator)—taxonomy of homobasidiomycetes, also ethnomycology; Psilocybe is a particular interest.
  • Mycota—Taxonomy of Glomeromycota, Zygomycota, and maybe other groups. Ethnomycology, edible fungi (not limited to mushrooms), fungi in popular culture.
  • Halved sandwich—Young mushroom enthusiast, specializes in taxonomy of Coprinus and Lycoperdon.
  • NoahElhardt—Not an expert by a long shot, but I have interest in the field and will help out here and there.
  • Cas Liber 00:50, 21 September 2006 (UTC) - Am in Oz and eaten and picked a few thingies such as Suillus granulatus & Lactarius deliciosus
  • Debivort—collector - used to be "artist in residence" at the Telluride Mushroom Festival, whatever that means.
  • Stemonitis—general biologist
  • Scharks—Background in food microbiology with an interest in yeasts.
  • Richard Barlow - fascinated by fungi but don't know as much as I would like to - will do what I can
  • User:Michaelll—Fungi enthusiast
  • Alan Rockefeller—Specializing in ethnobotany, electrical engineering and the taxonomy of the Hymenomycetes.
  • Nemetona—mycologist with an interest in small fungi (molds, ascomycetes, and zygomycetes)
  • Dixonsej—haven't really got a clue, but interested in this sort of stuff. Don't understand the words other people are using to describe themselves.
  • Million Moments—Plant Pathologist, know quiet a bit about phytopathogenic fungi
  • Anonymous Dissident interested in Mycology and Fungi in general. Main interest lies in assessing and creating articles.
  • Paffka—General hunter and enthusiast of European fungi. Prefers contributing on individual species. No expert.
  • Devon Peterson—Amateur fungi enthusiast from California.
  • Steve Caruso—Amateur mycologist from New Jersey. Interests are in edibles and ethnobotany. Mushroom journal here.
  • User:Sorchah—Wannabe mycologist
  • User:revdrace—interested amateur
  • Adrian J. Hunter – Genetics PhD candidate, working with Aspergillus oryzae and A. nidulans. Enjoy copyediting/wikifying.
  • Robert Sasata—Biochemist/microbiologist/amateur mycologist from Saskatchewan, Canada; interested in medicinal fungi
  • User:luridiformis—Amateur Mushroom and Toadstool Photographer. I only eat Agaricus, and Macrolepiota occasionally...not into manic collecting of anything remotely edible. 17 years experience in field mycology.
  • J Milburn—I'm not an expert, I've just written some articles on mushrooms and intend to write some more. I maintain Portal:Fungi
  • Warriorsoul—Amateur researcher, interested in ethnomycology, entheomycology and entheomycologic taxonomy.
  • Irontobias—Just a fun guy, expanding stubs and adding articles for fun...gus!
  • Jose A. Fadul—Former Science Education Specialist, edible mushroom hunter, and used to experiment in commercially propagating oyster mushrooms from sawdust and other materials. Also an amateur photographer.
  • Juliancolton — I'll help with cleanup, and I might be able to contribute new articles. –Juliancolton Tropical Cyclone 23:43, 5 February 2009 (UTC)
  • Mr Bungle — Interested in Mushroom poisoning / Clinical toxicology
  • Gary Williams—I work with BC Drug and Poison Control and NAMAas a poison control consultant or species IDer. I see folks saying there's a need for input here, so here I am.--Mycos (talk) 02:45, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
  • Nastassja Noell — I'm currently teaching myself fungi taxonomy, then comes fungal nutrition and physiology, and then finally I'll be digging into mycorhizzal symbiosis studies: so as I'm learning I'll be sharing everything I can. I'm most interested in mycoremediation of destroyed temperate forests, urban wastelands, and empty souls.
  • ImperatorExercitus—Even though I'm not an expert as some users are, I'm rather interested in writing fungus-related articles, a few of which I've already written.
  • Jasonaltenburg Michigan amateur mycologist.
  • EpochFail — Hobby mycologist
  • Wilhelmina Will—I have created several mushroom pages, and intend on creating many more over time. Therefore, I think I should list myself among those working for articles on mushrooms and other fungi. Mess around with the guy in shades all you like - don't mess around with the girl in gloves! (talk) 02:28, 13 August 2009 (UTC)
  • Stu Crawford—Lichenologist and ethnobotanist from British Columbia and Alberta, Canada – Millifolium (talk) 17:53, 15 March 2010 (UTC)
  • Bcmnz—I'm interested in updating articles related to lichen systematics.
  • Robert Edwards (Rcej)—Reviewer of fungus articles, and champion mushroom glutton!
  • gz33—Hobby mycologist
  • Sainsf—Started newly with my first fungi article Miriquidica deusta.
  • Cwmhiraeth—Expanding stubs etc.
  • BlueCanoe—Amateur mycologist interested in edible mushrooms of western North America; taxonomy; ecology
  • Sesamehoneytart - I am but a mere biochemistry major at UTC with a great interest in fungi.
  • Peter Santerre - Amateur mycologist from Washington State.
  • Mirza Ahmed - Undergraduate student at NYU, biology major. General interest in all things biology.
  • CaterpillarSubmariner - Amateur mycologist from Australia
  • Ebe123 - Likes fungi.
  • FoCuSandLeArN - I love fungi.
  • Mishae - Wrote 4 articles on lichens fungi. Will cite references where needed.
  • Thomas Sewell - B.Sc and M.Sc in Mycology. Research in Aspergillus and Fungal Ecology. Interested in the weird and wonderful.
  • M.E. Nuhn-B.S in Biology, currently a PhD student focusing on molecular phylogenetics/systematics, molecular ecology, comparative methods, and evolution in the Boletales, especially the Boletineae.
  • James Scott—Professor at University of Toronto, interested in: Taxonomy/ecology of Ascomycota (especially anamorphic taxa), mainly Capnodiales, Chaetothyriales, Microascales, Onygenales and Sordariales; Environmental mycology; Medically important fungi; Aerobiology; Mushroom poisoning.
  • user: Ria99, Dr.James Scott- student at university of Toronto, interested in: Taxonomy/ecology of Ascomycota ; Environmental mycology; Medically important fungi ( especially Aspergillus Ochraceus).Ria99 (talk) 17:47, 27 September 2013 (UTC)
  • DrWoozy Dec 25, 2013
  • Alistairirvine (talk) 21:17, 25 August 2014 (UTC) - Interested in the role of fungi as pathogenic agents
  • gaharrison94 —I am a student of biology. I have a little training in microbiology and plant pathology.

Goals[edit]

  1. Describe all major divisions and other notable taxa of the kingdom Fungi.
  2. For species, describe (where applicable) morphology, taxonomy, distribution, autecology, usage in food and medicine, toxicity, trivia, and other notable aspects.
  3. Describe all notable aspects of fungal biology.
  4. Describe the history of the science of mycology and notable contributors to that field.

Article structure[edit]

  • Taxoboxes should be given for taxa at all levels. Genus and species names in taxoboxes should include the author of the taxon in addition to the genus name or binomial.
    • Articles about species with macroscopic fruiting bodies should include Mycomorphboxes.
  • The classification should use currently recognized monophyletic groups whenever possible. In some cases, such as the Zygomycetes, paraphyletic taxa may need to be listed until a generally accepted classification of those groups comes into use.
  • Biographies of mycologists should include the Template:Infobox_Scientist, which should include that individual's botanical author abbreviation, if they have one.

Article templates[edit]

For examples where most of these aspects have been described, see Psilocybe, Cyathus, Myco-heterotrophy, Arbuscular mycorrhizas, and H. W. Harkness.

Could somebody make one for those species where parboiling is required or recommended for ediblity? 80.220.253.193 (talk) 13:53, 9 January 2010 (UTC)

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3 articles
Good article Spongiforma
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Good article Spongiforma squarepantsii
Good article Spongiforma thailandica


Good articles (220)[edit]

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Did you knows (DYKs)[edit]

2006 (3)[edit]

Phlebopus marginatus (15 Oct), Hygrocybe conica (13 Nov), Hygrocybe psittacina (20 Nov)

2007 (9)[edit]

Chroogomphus (12 Jan), Stropharia rugosoannulata (21 Jan), Clitocybe dealbata (12 Feb), Amanita velosa (4 Mar), Omphalotus nidiformis (5 May), Phallus ravenelii (31 Oct), Amanita virosa (6 Nov), Amanita ocreata (14 Nov), Clitocybe rivulosa (14 Nov)

2008 (67)[edit]

Aseroe rubra (14 Jan) Entoloma sinuatum (24 Jan), Russula emetica (25 Jan), Boletus pulcherrimus (6 Feb), Boletus luridus (8 Feb), Tricholoma pardinum (11 Feb), Ramaria formosa (14 Feb), Lactarius helvus (15 Feb), Gomphus floccosus (16 Feb), Boletus barrowsii (13 Mar), Humidicutis lewelliniae (19 Apr), Hygrocybe aurantipes (21 Apr), Helvella lacunosa (16 Jun), Boletus radicans (21 Jun), Sarcodon imbricatus (24 Jun), Russula claroflava (26 Jun), Russula nigricans (2 Jul), Hygrocybe coccinea (2 Jul), Boletus legaliae (4 Jul), Stropharia aeruginosa (5 Jul), Russula sardonia (13 Jul), Russula sanguinaria (16 Jul), Amanita echinocephala (19 Jul), Boletus rubellus (28 Jul), Russula caerulea (29 Jul), Russula betularum (29 Jul), Hygrocybe austropratensis (30 Jul), Calocybe carnea (2 Aug), Mutinus caninus (5 Aug), Lactarius pyrogalus (5 Aug), Gomphidius roseus (9 Aug), Cortinarius semisanguineus (9 Aug), Hygrocybe miniata (12 Aug), Lactarius subdulcis (14 Aug), Cystoderma amianthinum (16 Aug), Russula aurea (17 Aug), Phallus indusiatus (18 Aug), Lactarius piperatus (23 Aug), Lactarius blennius (25 Aug), Boletus pinophilus (29 Aug), Russula xerampelina (1 Sep), Russula delica (9 Sep), Inocybe geophylla (14 Sep), Laccaria laccata (16 Sep), Hydnellum (7 Nov), Russula brevipes (8 Nov), Psilocybe montana (14 Nov), Albatrellus subrubescens (16 Nov), Paecilomyces lilacinus (18 Nov), Gautieria (18 Nov), Entoloma hochstetteri (19 Nov), Weraroa (20 Nov), Sclerodermataceae (24 Nov), Agaricus abruptibulbus (24 Nov), Calostoma (25 Nov), Podaxis (26 Nov), Bovista (1 Dec), Sphaerobolus (2 Dec), Bovista plumbea (4 Dec), Daedalea quercina (4 Dec), Geomyces (7 Dec), Echinodontiaceae (9 Dec), Bridgeoporus nobilissimus (9 Dec), Fuligo septica (13 Dec), Chlorociboria aeruginascens (14 Dec), Lobaria pulmonaria (22 Dec), Pseudevernia furfuracea (24 Dec),

2009 (154)[edit]

Crepidotus versutus (3 Jan), Crucibulum (6 Jan), Orbiliaceae (7 Jan), Geastrum fornicatum (10 Jan), Cyathus (11 Jan), Hydnellum aurantiacum (12 Jan), Clathrus ruber (13 Jan), Peridium (14 Jan), Leif Ryvarden (17 Jan), Lysurus mokusin (18 Jan), Lactarius volemus (20 Jan), Lactarius glyciosmus (21 Jan), Gomphus clavatus (21 Jan), Sarcoscypha coccinea (22 Jan), Humaria hemisphaerica (23 Jan), Gyromitra infula (24 Jan), Clavulina cristata (24 Jan), Tricholoma ustaloides (25 Jan), Cortinarius mucosus (25 Jan), Candy cap (25 Jan), Cookeina (26 Jan), Letharia vulpina (29 Jan), Lactarius theiogalus (30 Jan), Lactarius vietus (31 Jan), Antrodia (5 Feb), Xylaria hypoxylon (6 Feb), Lysurus periphragmoides (6 Feb), Curtis Gates Lloyd (6 Feb), Terana caerulea (11 Feb), Cyathus olla (13 Feb), Cyathus stercoreus (13 Feb), Cyathus helenae (14 Feb), Cortinarius rotundisporus (16 Feb), Fuscoporia torulosa (18 Feb), Cortinarius triumphans (19 Feb), Lactarius pallidus (19 Feb), Mycena leaiana (20 Feb), Xanthoria elegans (20 Feb), Lactarius quietus (20 Feb), Geopyxis carbonaria (23 Feb), Peziza violacea (23 Feb), Peziza praetervisa (23 Feb), Rhizina undulata (23 Feb), Polyporus alveolaris (23 Feb), Inocybe lacera (25 Feb), Phallus hadriani (26 Feb), Cortinarius caperatus (1 Mar), Tricholoma terreum (4 Mar), Russula fellea (15 Mar), Russula fragilis (16 Mar), Cortinarius violaceus (16 Mar), Agaricus semotus (24 Mar), Crucibulum laeve (27 Mar), Nidula (28 Mar), Coprinopsis lagopus (29 Mar), Agaricus lilaceps (30 Mar), Bovista nigrescens (31 Mar), Psilocybe naematoliformis (31 Mar), Verpa conica (31 Mar), Verpa bohemica (3 Apr), Ferdinand Christian Gustav Arnold (6 Apr), Conocybe rickenii (8 Apr), Coprophilous fungi (8 Apr), Handkea utriformis (10 Apr), Pseudocolus fusiformis (11 Apr), Lepiota ignivolvata (11 Apr), Sticta (12 Apr), Urnula craterium (14 Apr), Hygrocybe virescens (16 Apr), Caloscypha fulgens (17 Apr), Panus conchatus (18 Apr), Cyptotrama asprata (18 Apr), Mycena haematopus (21 Apr), Clathrus columnatus (21 Apr), Geastrum saccatum (24 Apr), Caloplaca obamae (25 Apr), Leucopaxillus giganteus (29 Apr), Chorioactis geaster (4 May), Phyllactinia guttata (9 May), Helvella elastica (13 May), Helvella acetabulum (13 May), Helvella corium (13 May), Rhodotus (15 June), Geastrum pectinatum (15 June), Leucopaxillus albissimus (23 June), Ascocoryne sarcoides (23 June) Rhodocollybia (1 Jul), Astraeaceae (2 Jul), Astraeus hygrometricus (2 Jul), Scutellinia scutellata (7 Jul), Puccinia jaceae var. solstitialis (9 Jul), Hericium (10 Jul), Polyozellus (13 Jul), Calvatia sculpta (3 Aug), Geastrum triplex (3 Aug), Battarrea phalloides (4 Aug), Amanita flavoconia (6 Aug), Boletus frostii (7 Aug), Spathularia flavida (8 Aug), Amanita vaginata (8 Aug), Microstoma floccosum (9 Aug), Ameliella (13 Aug), Wynnea (13 Aug), Wynnea americana (13 Aug), Amanita abrupta (26 Aug), Lactarius indigo (27 Aug), Galerina sulciceps (29 Aug), Agaricus benesii (29 Aug), Leucopholiota (4 Sep), list of Armillaria species (7 Sep), Coprinellus micaceus (10 Sep), Boletellus obscurecoccineus (23 Sep), Ramariopsis kunzei (24 Sep), Boletus zelleri (25 Sep), Boletus mirabilis (25 Sep), Suillus americanus (25 Sep), Suillus brevipes (25 Sep), Suillus lakei (25 Sep), Leccinum manzanitae (25 Sep), Spinellus fusiger (5 Oct), Cantharellus lateritius (11 Oct), Lycoperdon echinatum (11 Oct), Plectania nannfeldtii (14 Oct), Ramaria botrytis (14 Oct), Hygrophorus subalpinus (14 Oct), Mycena overholtsii (14 Oct), Clitocybe glacialis (14 Oct), Disciotis venosa (14 Oct), Entoloma rodwayi (16 Oct), Entoloma austroprunicolor (17 Oct), Psilocybe argentipes (18 Oct), Aliquandostipitaceae (22 Oct), Pleurotus nebrodensis (24 Oct), Loramycetaceae (25 Oct), Conidiosporomyces (25 Oct), Lulworthiaceae (25 Oct), Mycena nargan (31 Oct), Suillus spraguei (31 Oct), Pseudoplectania nigrella (31 Oct), Salmacisia (31 Oct), Mutinus elegans (31 Oct), Russula albidula (1 Nov), Hebeloma aminophilum (3 Nov), Amanita daucipes (3 Nov), Amanita onusta (3 Nov), Boletus amygdalinus (5 Nov), Pholiota flammans (7 Nov), Hypomyces chrysospermus (15 Nov), Tricholoma saponaceum (16 Dec), Cystodermella cinnabarina (18 Dec), Boletus subtomentosus (19 Dec), Cryptothecia rubrocincta (23 Dec), Armillaria luteobubalina (29 Dec), Zythiostroma (29 Dec)

2010 (148)[edit]

Amanita aestivalis (9 Jan), Hygrophorus agathosmus (10 Jan), Panellus stipticus (12 Jan), Polytolypa (13 Jan), Amanita regalis (13 Jan), Marasmius rotula (15 Jan), Tylopilus plumbeoviolaceus (19 Jan), Agaricus texensis (21 Jan), Hydnellum peckii (22 Jan), R. W. G. Dennis (3 Feb), Amanita strobiliformis (7 Feb), Clavaria pyxidata (8 Feb), Suillus tomentosus (8 Feb), Cystoderma carcharias (9 Feb), Spongiforma (16 Feb), Russula integra (23 Feb), Cortinarius archeri (24 Feb), Armillaria gallica (26 Feb), Stropharia ambigua (27 Feb), Galerina marginata (28 Feb), Banksiamyces (1 Mar), Laetiporus sulphureus (4 Mar), Tremella mesenterica (12 Mar), Peniophora (12 Mar), Herman Phaff (14 Mar), Nephroma (15 Mar), Pseudocyphellaria (17 Mar), Exidia glandulosa (21 Mar), Sebacina (22 Mar), Erioderma pedicellatum (25 Mar), Gowardia (28 Mar), Morchella esculenta (1 Apr), Phallus (genus) (1 Apr), Suillus quiescens (5 Apr), Sarcoscypha occidentalis (7 Apr), Clavarioid fungi (8 Apr), Clavaria (12 Apr), Clavaria fragilis (12 Apr), Gasteroid fungi (13 Apr), Tremellaceae (25 Apr), Mycena californiensis (5 May), Sarcosphaera (17 May), Dendrocollybia (17 May), Tremella (26 May), Epidermophyton floccosum (29 May), Amanita ovoidea (31 May), Amanita bisporigera (2 June), Suillus sibiricus (8 June), Macrolepiota excoriata (10 June), Clavaria zollingeri (2 July), Olav Johan Sopp (3 July),(Pseudoplectania (6 July), Charles E. Fairman (7 July), Sanctioned name (10 July), Marinus Anton Donk (11 July), Ceratobasidium (19 July), Lactarius rufulus (19 July), Lactarius affinis (20 July), Lactarius alnicola (20 July), Lactarius argillaceifolius (20 July), Lactarius aspideoides (20 July), Lactarius deceptivus (20 July), Lactarius fallax (20 July), Lactarius fumosus (20 July), Lactarius pubescens (20 July), Lactarius repraesentaneus (20 July), Lactarius subflammeus (20 July), Lactarius torminosus (20 July), Strobilomyces foveatus (26 July), Phlebopus (31 July), Inonotus dryadeus (14 Aug), Crinipellis zonata (14 Aug), Coprinellus impatiens (5 Sept), Cortinarius delibutus (5 Sept), Cortinarius anomalus (5 Sept), Cortinarius cinnamomeus (5 Sept), Cortinarius hemitrichus (5 Sept), Cortinarius infractus (5 Sept), Cortinarius praestans (5 Sept), Cortinarius purpurascens (5 Sept), Cortinarius traganus (5 Sept), Cortinarius varius (5 Sept), William Russell Dudley (5 Sept), Sarcoscypha dudleyi (5 Sept), Hygrophorus eburneus (5 Sept), Lactarius sanguifluus (6 Sept), Ceratobasidium cornigerum (6 Sept), Coprinopsis variegata (12 Sept), Fomes fomentarius (12 Sept), Amanita atkinsoniana (24 Sept), Amanita ravenelii (24 Sept), Geastrum leptospermum (25 Sept), Geastrum jurei (25 Sept), Geastrum quadrifidum (25 Sept), Geastrum welwitschii (25 Sept), Clavariadelphus ligula (26 Sept), Inocybe maculata (2 Oct), Mycena acicula (6 Oct), Mycena adonis (6 Oct), Mycena adscendens (6 Oct), Mycena cinerella (6 Oct), Mycena flavoalba (6 Oct), Mycena galopus (6 Oct), Mycena inclinata (6 Oct), Mycena leptocephala (6 Oct), Mycena polygramma (6 Oct), Inocybe cookei (8 Oct), Mycena sanguinolenta (6 Oct), Mycena stylobates (6 Oct), Mycena vitilis (6 Oct), Guepinia (6 Oct), Myriostoma (9 Oct), Parasexuality (10 Oct), Tuber aestivum (11 Oct), Archaeomarasmius (13 Oct), Aureofungus (13 Oct), Coprinites (13 Oct), Protomycena (13 Oct), Palaeoagaracites (13 Oct), Boletellus (14 Oct), Boletellus ananas (14 Oct), Mycena clariviolacea (15 Oct), Mycena fonticola (15 Oct), Mycena fuscoaurantiaca (15 Oct), Mycena intersecta (15 Oct), Mycena lanuginosa (15 Oct), Mycena multiplicata (15 Oct), Mycena mustea (15 Oct), Mycena nidificata (15 Oct), Pholiota squarrosa (15 Oct), Inocybe praetervisa (22 Oct), Clitopilus byssisedoides (25 Oct), Amanita rubrovolvata (26 Oct), Mycena maculata (26 Oct), Podostroma cornu-damae (31 Oct), Auricularia auricula-judae (31 Oct), Phallus calongei (3 Nov), Aseroe coccinea (7 Nov), Psilocybe semilanceata (22 Nov), Staheliomyces (28 Nov), Suillus pungens (2 Dec), Hygrophorus bakerensis (13 Dec), Entomophthora muscae (15 Dec), Mycena aurantiomarginata (16 Dec), Hydnaceae (18 Dec), Collybia (23 Dec), Collybia cookei (23 Dec), Collybia cirrhata (23 Dec), Collybia tuberosa (23 Dec)

2011 (57)[edit]

Meinhard Moser (2 Jan), Gymnopilus maritimus (2 Jan), Pilophorus acicularis (5 Jan), Xeromphalina setulipes (12 Jan), Mycena arcangeliana (14 Jan), Marasmius sasicola (15 Jan), Amanita australis (16 Feb), Amanita nothofagi (16 Feb), Entoloma haastii (16 Feb), Mycena cystidiosa (16 Feb), Mycena minirubra (16 Feb), Oudemansiella australis (16 Feb), Greta Stevenson (16 Feb), Cladonia perforata (20 Feb), Cortinarius vanduzerensis (23 Feb), Suillus salmonicolor (28 Feb), Partial veil (28 Feb), Pleurotus citrinopileatus (16 Mar), Episphaeria (18 Mar), Aseroe floriformis (18 Mar), Psilocybe hispanica (18 Mar), Entropezites (27 Mar), Mycetophagites (27 Mar), Gymnogaster (10 May), Mycena galericulata (22 Jun), Infundibulicybe geotropa (24 Jun), Spongiforma squarepantsii (24 Jun), Tricholoma album (24 Jun), Leotia lubrica (2 Jul), Galiella rufa (3 Jul) Pholiota communis (5 Jul), Tremella encephala, (12 Jul), Stereum sanguinolentum, (12 Jul), Tuber oregonense (14 Jul), Inocybe godeyi (23 Jul), Limnoperdon (28 Jul), Typhula quisquiliaris (4 Aug), Peniophora quercina (7 Aug), Cortinarius badiolaevis (14 Aug), Entoloma bloxamii (15 Aug), Archaeorhizomyces (21 Aug), Tylopilus (30 Aug), Psilocybe cyanescens (1 Sep), Lycoperdonosis (18 Sep), Lycoperdon perlatum (18 Sep), Tricholoma argyraceum (1 Oct), Tricholoma portentosum (2 Oct), Tricholoma orirubens (3 Oct), Spongiforma (18 Oct), Tylopilus tabacinus (26 Oct), Lactarius rupestris (16 Nov), Psilocybe pelliculosa (22 Nov), Psilocybe washingtonensis (22 Nov), Tylopilus alboater (6 Dec), Tylopilus atronicotianus (6 Dec), Tricholoma atrosquamosum (9 Dec), Psilocybe tampanensis (14 Dec), Psilocybe yungensis (27 Dec)

2012 (129)[edit]

Aquamarina (5 Jan), Keissleriella rara (5 Jan), Massarina carolinensis (5 Jan), Paraphaeosphaeria pilleata (5 Jan), Hygrocybe virginea (8 Jan), Psilocybe aztecorum (20 Jan), Marine fungi (16 Feb), Charles Thom (13 Mar), Callistosporium vinosobrunneum (23 Mar), Marasmiellus hapuuarum (23 Mar), Marasmius koae (23 Mar), Mycena marasmielloides (23 Mar), Pleurocybella ohiae (23 Mar), Cortinarius porphyroideus (21 May), Inocybe salicis (24 May), Amylostereum (3 Jun), Hygrophorus olivaceoalbus (14 Jun), Willkommlangea reticulata (24 Jun), Inocybe saliceticola (27 June), Hypothallus (30 Jun), Lactarius deterrimus (30 Jun), Lindbladia tubulina (2 July), Psilocybe hoogshagenii (3 Jul), Trichia decipiens (4 Jul), Listerella paradoxa (4 Jul), Barbeyella minutissima (5 Jul), Prototrichia metallica (6 Jul), Kalapuya brunnea (8 Jul), Antrodia serialiformis (8 Jul), Stropharia semiglobata (9 Jul), Peziza phyllogena (14 Jul), Volvariella surrecta (16 Jul), Entoloma murrayi (17 Jul), Agaricus hondensis (18 Jul), Psilocybe makarorae (21 Jul), Phaeocollybia christinae (25 Jul), Gyroporus cyanescens (3 Aug), Psathyrella ammophila (7 Aug), Puccinia mariae-wilsoniae (8 Aug), Zeus (14 Aug), Boletus curtisii (25 Aug), Tricholoma vaccinum (28 Aug), Pluteus nevadensis (3 Sept), Mycena atkinsoniana (4 Sept), Engleromyces sinensis (5 Sept), Cortinarius camphoratus (5 Sept), Boletellus russellii (Sept 9), Endogone (10 Sept), Boletus auripes (12 Sept), Boletus regius (12 Sept), Podoserpula (13 Sept), Parasola auricoma (14 Sept), List of bioluminescent fungi (15 Sept), Mycena chlorophos (15 Sept), Agaricus bernardii (16 Sept), Colus hirudinosus (19 Sept), Bisporella citrina (24 Sept), Entoloma mathinnae (27 Sept), Lepiota ananya (1 Oct), Lepiota anupama (1 Oct), Lepiota babruka (1 Oct), Lepiota babruzalka (1 Oct), Lepiota harithaka (1 Oct), Lepiota nirupama (1 Oct), Lepiota shveta (1 Oct), Lepiota zalkavritha (1 Oct), Boletus abruptibulbus (1 Oct), Leccinum arenicola (1 Oct), Phylloporus arenicola (1 Oct), Peziza domiciliana (2 Oct), Cortinarius argyrionus (3 Oct), Cortinarius basorapulus (3 Oct), Cortinarius caesibulga (3 Oct), Cortinarius cinereoroseolus (3 Oct), Cortinarius kaputarensis (3 Oct), Cortinarius maculobulga (3 Oct), Cortinarius nebulobrunneus (3 Oct), Cortinarius sinapivelus (3 Oct), Xylobolus frustulatus (3 Oct), Tuber lijiangense (5 Oct), Tuber microspermum (5 Oct), Tuber microspiculatum (5 Oct), Tuber polyspermum (5 Oct), Tuber sinoalbidum (5 Oct), Tuber sinoexcavatum (5 Oct), Boletus pseudosulphureus (6 Oct), Clathrus crispus (7 Oct), Geastrum fimbriatum (7 Oct), Lycoperdon marginatum (7 Oct), Phallus duplicatus (7 Oct), Phallus rubicundus (7 Oct), Scleroderma polyrhizum (7 Oct), Scleroderma verrucosum (7 Oct), Amanita zambiana (7 Oct), Appressorium (8 Oct), Boletus auriflammeus (9 Oct), Coccomyces dentatus (10 Oct), Aspergillus sydowii (18 Oct), Chroogomphus vinicolor (18 Oct), Volvariella bombycina (19 Oct), Hebeloma radicosum (20 Oct), Agrocybe putaminum (20 Oct), Hericium abietis (21 Oct), Vulpicida (22 Oct), Boletus illudens (22 Oct), Boletus carminiporus (22 Oct), Boletus miniato-olivaceus (22 Oct), Boletus projectellus, Boletus rubripes (22 Oct), Boletus subvelutipes (22 Oct), Boletinellus merulioides (22 Oct), Phylloporus leucomycelinus (22 Oct), Phylloporus rhodoxanthus (22 Oct), Pulveroboletus ravenelii (22 Oct), Suillus cothurnatus (22 Oct), Rhopalomyces elegans (23 Oct), Royoporus badius (26 Oct), Ramaria araiospora (26 Oct), Ramaria rasilispora (26 Oct), Clavulinopsis umbrinella (26 Oct), Tremellodendropsis tuberosa (26 Oct), Ramaria stricta (26 Oct), Ramaria abietina (26 Oct), Ramaria fennica (26 Oct), Ramaria acrisiccescens (26 Oct), Roridomyces austrororidus (27 Oct), Cortinarius iodes (29 Oct), Omphalotus (26 Nov), Omphalotus japonicus (27 Nov), Psilocybe allenii (16 Dec)

2013 (74)[edit]

Strobilurus tenacellus (11 Jan), Lepiota castaneidisca (13 Jan), Cyttaria gunnii (2 Mar), Amanita ochrophylla (4 Mar), Boletus badius (11 Mar), Cerevisterol (15 Mar), Lenzites warnieri (17 Mar), Tylopilus felleus (23 Mar), Paenibacillus tylopili (23 Mar), Mycorrhizosphere (23 Mar), Boletus torosus (29 Mar), Tricholoma ustale (2 Apr), Ustalic acid (2 Apr), Stromatinia cepivora (5 Apr), Botrytis allii (5 Apr), Sclerodermatineae (25 Apr), Mythicomyces (6 May), Sporobolomyces koalae (8 May), Chalciporus piperatus (17 May), Durianella (18 May), Buchwaldoboletus lignicola (31 May), Ochroconis anomala (31 May), Tapinella atrotomentosa (2 Jun), Lactarius porninsis (2 Jun), Lactarius fuliginosus (2 Jun), Austropaxillus (7 Jun), Austropaxillus infundibuliformis (7 Jun), Serpula (7 Jun), Hygrocybe lanecovensis (11 Jun), Xerocomellus (5 Aug), Xerocomellus armeniacus (5 Aug), Morchella rufobrunnea (4 Sept), Pycnoporellus alboluteus (4 Sept), Acarospora janae (5 Sept), Exophiala hongkongensis (5 Sept), Lepiota maculans (5 Sept), Candida keroseneae, (6 Sept), Tuber donnagotto (7 Sept), Norbadione A (8 Sept), Tubaria punicea (9 Sept), Stemonitis axifera (10 Sept), Glutinoglossum (11 Sept), Glutinoglossum glutinosum (11 Sept), Harrya chromapes (12 Sept), Pholiota iterata (14 Sept), Caripia (20 Sept), Clavulinopsis fusiformis (21 Sept), Guepiniopsis alpina (21 Sept), Hydnum repandum (22 Sept), Mycena purpureofusca (23 Sept), Bothia (24 Sept), Cantharellus zangii (27 Sept), Louis Charles Christopher Krieger (30 Sept), Boletus subluridellus (30 Sept), Clitocybe albirhiza (4 Oct), Floccularia albolanaripes (4 Oct), Geopora cooperi (4 Oct), Hygrophorus goetzii (4 Oct), Hygrophorus marzuolus (4 Oct), Hygrophorus purpurascens (4 Oct), Lentinellus montanus (4 Oct), Ramaria magnipes (4 Oct), Tricholoma vernaticum (4 Oct), Snowbank fungus (4 Oct), Mycenastrum (4 Oct), Onygena equina (7 Oct), Nivatogastrium nubigenum (8 Oct), Daedaleopsis confragosa (23 Oct), Armillaria mellea (24 Oct), Russula densifolia (28 Oct), Russula crustosa (29 Oct), Calvatia craniiformis (31 Oct), Bruceomyces (16 Nov), Rostraureum tropicale (29 Dec)

2014 (6)[edit]

Lepiota cristata (23 January), Amanita ananiceps (March 3), Humidicutis mavis (March 13), Butyriboletus (24 June), Butyriboletus appendiculatus (24 June), Calbovista (3 July),

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