Archive for November, 2018

Coprinellus micaceus

11.30.18

Mycelium: Designing the way we explore Mars

11.29.18

Rhytisma acerinum

11.28.18

Complete genomes from single-cells of unculturable fungi

11.28.18

Identification of two fungal pathogens causing white villous disease on medicinal mushrooms in China

11.28.18

Mycena leaiana

11.28.18

Podosphaera erigerontis-canadensis

11.27.18

Ropalospora chlorantha

11.27.18

Leucoagaricus americanus

11.27.18

Uncinula necator( syn. Erysiphe necator)

11.27.18

Stereum ostrea

11.27.18

Arcyria denudate

11.27.18

El Portobello: The Mushroom Surfboard

11.27.18

Amanita citrina

11.27.18

Lepiota cristata

11.26.18

Entoloma majaloides

11.20.18

Pholiota alnicola

11.19.18

Tylopilus violatinctus T.J. Baroni & Both

11.19.18

Amanita muscaria var. formosa

11.19.18

Phyllotopsis nidulans

11.19.18

Clavaria fragilis

11.19.18

Inonotus obliquus

11.19.18

Phellodon alboniger (Peck) Banker

11.18.18

Hydnum repandum Linnaeus

11.18.18

Laccaria Ochropurpurea (Berkeley) Peck

11.18.18

Cyathus Striatus (Hudson) Wildenow

11.18.18

Marasmius Siccus (Schweinitz) Fries

11.18.18

Fungi Recieved Crytsal forming Gene from Bacteria

11.18.18

Otidea onotica

11.18.18

Punctelia rudecta

11.18.18

Hymenopellis radicata

11.18.18

Possible Mycovirus Control of White Mold

11.18.18

Gymnopus dryophilus and Syzygospora mycetophila

11.17.18

Gyroporus castaneus

11.17.18

Bjerkandera adusta

11.17.18

Russula emetica

11.15.18

Upsettingly, Michigan does not have the largest Fungi on earth, humongous fungus

11.15.18

Pycnoporus cinnabarinus

11.15.18

Kim Jong-mushroom? Myco-steps toward diplomacy.

11.14.18

Black fungi help protect wood, but it’s useless to you.

11.12.18

New Methods for Fighting White-Nose Syndrome in Bats

11.10.18

Mushroom-Algae Solar Cells

11.10.18

Follow your nose to where the diseases grow!

11.06.18

Schizophyllum commune (Fries)

11.05.18

Craterellus ignicolor

11.02.18