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Vol. 6 No.4 : Special Issue: Mushrooms from the Pacific NW

Fire on the Mountain:
The Secrets of Burn Morel Hunters
by Langdon Cook
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Whether you call it pine mushroom or matsutake (or simply the more affectionate nickname “matsi”), there can be no question that Tricholoma magnivelare is one of the most highly prized in the world.

Underwater spore dispersal:
a preliminary report of aquatic invertebrates
associated with Psathyrella aquatica
by Jonathan L. Frank


Pine mushroomや「マツタケ」(もしくは親
しみをこめたニックネームであるmatsi)
と呼ばれるTricholoma magnivelareが、
世界でもっとも賞賛されるきのこ
であることに疑いはないであろう。


   
Also in this Issue of FUNGI:
  • Editor’s Letter,
    by Britt Bunyard

  • Essay: "There Is A Word For It"
    by Kem Luther

  • Letters to the Editor

  • Showy Ascomycetes of the Pacific Northwest
    by Michael W. Beug

  • Overcoming Identification Challenges with Ascomycetes
    by Michael W. Beug

  • Truffles of the Pacific Northwest
    by Daniel Winkler

  • Medicinal Mycology: Agarikon, Ghosts of the Pacific Northwest
    by Robert D. Rodgers

  • Editor’s Picks
    by Britt A. Bunyard

  • Essay/Humor: A Proposed Classification for the Bolete Harvest and Its Uses
    by Denis R. Benjamin

   

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