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Mycology Links

NCBI: The National Center for Biotechnology Information. Global depository for all things molecular; also PubMed.

Myconet: The current classification of the Ascomycota.

MycoBank: On-line database documenting mycological nomenclatural submissions.

Mycotaxon: A journal devoted to fungal systematics.

Mycologia: The United States journal of mycology.

Persoonia: A journal dedicated to the Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of the Fungi

Studies in Mycology: The CBS journal site with free PDFs of their publications.

Mycological Research: Mycological Research is the international research journal of the British Mycological Society.

Fungal Diversity: An international journal devoted to the biodiversity of fungi.

Mycological Society of America: The American scientific society dedicated to the study of fungi.

Intl Comm Fungal Taxonomy: An internatioal body responsible for taxonomic issues in mycology.

Intl. Mycol Assoc IMA: The International Mycological Association, unites diverse branches of mycology, with periodic international meetings (IMC Congress).

Mycology WWW Cornell: An extensive site listing many web resources related to mycology (not updated!).

AFTOL: The NSF funded “Assembling the Fungal Tree of Life”. This collaborative endeavor has resulted in our current classification of the Eumycota.

Tree of Life Web Project: A visually stunning and informative website devoted to the gobal phylogeny of all things living.

TOL Eumycota portal: A best introduction to the fungi on the web today! Interactive & compiled by leading authorities.

TOL Ascomycota portal: The Ascomycota portal for the Tree of Life.

TOL Hysteriales: My page on the Tree of Life re: the Hysteriales.

TOL Mytilinidiales: My page on the Tree of Life re: the new ascomycetous order, the Mytilinidiales (coming soon).

Centraal Bureau Schimelcultures (CBS): The global repository of microbiological cultures, located in Utrech, the Netherlands.

Fungal Genetics Stock Cntr: Another resouce for fungal cultures, centered mainly on genetic stock strains of model fungal systems.

African Mycological Association: Dedicated to the promotion of mycology within the continent of Africa.

Index Fungorum: Set up by the CABI Bioscience, the CBS & Landcare Research, a searchable database for fungal systematics, synonyms and nomenclature.

CABI Biblio Mycology: The CABI Bioscience Bibliography of Systematic Mycology.

Cyberliber Mycology: An electronic free library for mycology, with very rare texts available on line: 59650 bibliographic records & 151385 scanned images.

Lubrecht & Krammer: Rare botanical and mycological books.

Abe Books: Rare scientific books.

NYBG Fungal Herbarium: The New York Botanical Garden Fungal Herbaria: a number of historically important fungal herbaria are included.

BPI Herbarium: The United States USDA ARS National Fungus Collections with over one million specimens, the largest in the world!

AscoFrance.com: International forum for enthusiasts of the Ascomycota, outstanding contributor photos.

Pyrenomycetes of France: Currently only the Xylariaceae is listed, but promises to be a great resource. Outstanding photos.

Home of the Xylariaceae: Home of the Xylariaceae, with interactive keys and outstanding photos. What every mycology site on the web should look like!

Kendrick’s 5th Kingdom: Wonderful on-line mycology text book with hundreds of outstanding images.

Tom Volk’s Fungi: A great site for all things mycological. Must see.

Dr. Fungus: What’s that growing on my foot? The place to go for human mycological ailments.

The CDC: Need I say more?

WebMD: Better information, better health…

Street Photography in Israel: What’s this doing here? In my previous life, street portraiture with the Leica M camera was my passion. This link takes you there.