Field Mycology is a quarterly publication covering topics of interest to experienced field mycologists.
Latest issue: Volume 24(4) November 2023
Front cover image
Chroogomphus fulmineus, a rather common species in the pine woods of the Cairngorms, Scotland and showing the flame red flecks of veil on the stem which give it its name. Photograph credit: Geoffrey Kibby.
- Obituary: Dr Audrey Sybil Yelland - John Holden
- Fungal Portrait No. 96: Xerocomellus cisalpinus and some lookalikes – Geoffrey Kibby
- Entoloma jennyae new to Great Britain – Pauline Penna
- Smuts on the water: the British status of Tracya hydrocharidis and a report of T. lemnae, new to Britain – A. Martyn Ainsworth
- Russula diversity in NE Scotland – Helen Baker, Andy Taylor, Toni Watt & the Grampian Fungus Group
- Puccinia ferruginosa, a second rust on Artemisia vulgaris in Britain – Chris D. Preston, David J. Harris, Julia Kruse & Nigel Stringer
- Coccomyces delta new to Britain with a brief synopsis of other British species – Brian Spooner & Fay Newbery
- Notes and Records - Alick Henrici
- The first British record of Neofavolus suavissimus - Peter Cowling
- Index to Vols 23 - 24
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