Educational and Entertaining Mycological Blogs and Websites:
– Lawrence Millman – mycologist and writer. Author of the first book dedicated solely to New England fungi, Fascinating Fungi of New England. Check out his website here.
– The Cornell Mushroom Blog, run by Kathie Hodge, is filled with entertaining and educational posts about fungi. Check it out!
– Foreign Names of Mushrooms – is a list of mushrooms found in the US as well as their scientific names and common names in a variety of European and Asian languages.
– Interested in fungi growing on wood? Check out this awesome website.
– Is your mycological journey just beginning? Check out mushroomexpert.com and mushroom-collecting.com for an informative set of guidelines on trees, microscopy, collecting, and more!
– Mushroom Observer – pictures, lists and finds from all around the world.
– Use Mycokey and RogersMushrooms for all of your fungus identification and information needs.
– Virtual Mycology – Was last updated in 2005, however it still contains a lot of helpful information.
– Tom Volk’s Fungi
– Steve Axford – Fungi, the recyclers
– Anything and everything you need to know about mycorrhiza.
– Interested in plant-microbe symbioses? Check out this Scoop It webpage.
Amateur/Professional Mycological Clubs and Societies:
– The British Mycological Society
– Central PA Mushroom Club
– Cape Cod Mushroom Club
– North American Mycological Association (NAMA) and a complete list of affiliates.
– New England Botanical Club (NEBC)
– Torino, Italy Mycological Club
– University of Minnesota Mycology Club
– Boston Mycological Club
Death Cap mushrooms earrings
Lots of lichen and mushroom-themed gifts