Field Mycology

Field Mycology is a quarterly publication covering topics of interest to experienced field mycologists.  

Latest issue: Volume 25(1) February 2024

Field Mycology cover February 2024

Front cover image Phaeolepiota aurea, part of a prolific fruiting of over 100 fruitbodies in Kew Gardens in November, 2023.

Photograph credit: Geoffrey Kibby.








  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portrait No. 97: Hygrophorus persoonii – Geoffrey Kibby
  • Gerhardtia cf. borealis a species new to Britain – Francisco Verenciano
  • Rare, new and interesting fungi from the Cairngorms – Mario Tortelli, Geoffrey Kibby & Claudi X. Soler
  • Like buses – an encounter with ‘Cystoderma’ – Jo Weightman
  • Spores in the air - can we catch them? – Keith Thomas
  • In memoriam - Chris Yeates
  • DNA barcoding reveals Agaricus ornatipes - a new fungus for Britain from west Wales - David Harries & Trevor Theobald
  • Stand and deliver - fungi of Hounslow Heath - Andy Overall
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici
  • Book Reviews: Mushroom Foraging Guide 2023, Foraging Pocket Guide 2020 and Foraging Field Journal 2020-2023 - all by Wild Food UK; The genus Psathyrella s.l. by Leif Örstadius


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