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Fungi -- Identification.

View Resource The Fungi of California

This site was developed by two individuals with a strong interest in fungi and is intended to augment published field guides with numerous color photos of each species and frequent updates to taxonomy and nomenclature. The site includes only species that are found in California; however, many of these species may be found in other parts of North America. The site's current 357 species are easy to...
View Resource Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for October 2002

Biologist Tom Volk of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse offers photos and an audio pronunciation guide of various fungi.
View Resource North American Mycological Association: Manual for Teachers and Naturalists Teaching About Fungi

The North American Mycological Association's online teaching manual is a collection of fungi-related activities for grades K-12. Nearly two-dozen lesson plans, labs, worksheets, and other resources are available to help students explore fungi in the classroom and the field. Resources range from basic information about fungi to hands-on activities like making bread, and some worksheets come with...
View Resource Natural Perspective: The Fungus Kingdom

This well-crafted website on The Fungus Kingdom was created by Ari and Susan Kornfeld, long-time naturalists and presently students at Humboldt State University. Their website provides a good overview of The Fungus Kingdom, and would be useful to educators introducing students to Fungi or to anyone interested in learning about the fascinating world of Fungi. In addition to providing concise...
View Resource Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History: The Fungus Among Us

Created by the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, this website on fungus is fun and informative. The site provides information on variety of fungus topics including Fungal Science, Funky Fungi Facts, Fungal Folklore, Finding Fungi, and more. One great site feature is the Meet the Mushrooms: Fungi A-Z, which allows site visitors to locate scientific names, information, and beautiful photos of...
View Resource University of Aarhus, Denmark-The Biological Institute: MycoKey-Fungi of Ecuador

This Fungi of Ecuador website shares results from a fungal biodiversity research project conducted by mycologists Thomas Laess'e, of the University of Copenhagen, and Jens H. Petersen, of the University of Aarhus. The site offers a Collections Database with search fields for species, collector, herbarium, locality, and more. The site's Taxon Database allows visitors to search for trophic strategy,...