31 May 2023

Welcome to Fungimag.com, the website for FUNGI Magazine! FUNGI is printed five times per year: four quarterly issues plus a special annual issue.

Each issue of FUNGI will explore the world of mycology from many different angles. With regular features ranging from toxicology to medicinal mushrooms, from photography to book reviews, FUNGI will inform and entertain everyone from beginner to professional mycologist.

Many of the contributing editors have won national awards for photography, writing, or pedagogical efforts. Every issue of FUNGI will feature peer-reviewed technical papers ranging from original research findings to reviews of taxonomic groups to new records of North American species.

Visit our website to see supplemental information for published articles.

Warmest regards,
Britt Bunyard

Current Issue

Volume 1, No. 1 – Spring 2008

Category

Description

Editor’s Picks / Letter to the Editor
The Wild Epicure: Mushroom Love, Morels: Seasonality, Meditation, Celebration
by David C. Work
High Resolution Article (4.8MB PDF for high-speed connections)
Low Resolution Article (147KB PDF for dial-up connections)
Click Here to view additional article images from David Work’s web site.
wild epicure
Webwatch: The Beginnings of Mycology on the World Wide Web
by Michael Wood
Photography: Using Umbrellas to Modify the Light
by John Plischke III
High Resolution Article (3.6MB PDF for high-speed connections)
Low Resolution Article (85KB PDF for dial-up connections)
photography
Notes from Underground: Auricularia auricula, Anti- Semitism, and Political Mushrooms
by David W. Rose
Medicinal Mushrooms: Irofulven—Halloween Trick or a Beacon of Light
by Elinoar Shavit
High Resolution Article (4.5MB PDF)
medicinal
A Mycological Florilegium of the Phylogenetic Literature: Looks Deceive
by Else C. Vellinga
Myxomycete Plasmodia and Fruiting Bodies: Unusual Occurrences and User-friendly Study Techniques
by Harold W. Keller, Courtney M. Kilgore, Sydney E. Everhart, Glenda J. Carmack,Christopher D. Crabtree, and Angela R. Scarborough
High Resolution Article (14.2MB PDF for high-speed connections)
Low Resolution Article (399KB PDF for dial-up connections)
keller
Fungi and Sustainability
by Ron Spinosa
High Resolution Article (422KB PDF)
Bookshelf Fungi: A Little Illustrated Book of Common Mushrooms of Newfoundland and Labrador (Review)
Foray 2007: Newfoundland and Labrador
newfoundland

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