Field Mycology

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

Latest issue: Volume 25(2) May 2024

Field Mycology cover May 2024

Front cover image Mycena arcangeliana, 2023.

Photograph credit: Geoffrey Kibby.









  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portrait No. 98: Butyriboletus fechtneri - Geoffrey Kibby
  • Bedfont Lakes Country Park, a phoenix from the ashes - Andy Overall
  • Contemplating Navels - Moira Bruce
  • A new host, Anthoxanthum odoratum, for stripe smut Ustilago striiformis in Britain - Paul A. Smith
  • Tricholoma batschii - some recent records from Hampshire - Graham Mattock & Eric Janke
  • Above- and below-ground detection of Phellodon secretus, a tooth fungus new to Britain - Matt Wainhouse, Andrew P. Detheridge, Gareth W. Griffith, Alexandra Dombrowski, Roseina Woods & A. Martyn Ainsworth
  • Another site faithful fungus - Jo Weightman
  • Long-lived fungi, continued - Peter Shaw
  • Fungal oddballs - Tony Leech
  • Entoloma vindobonense - a shore Pink Gill - Andy Overall
  • Russula lapponica: first British records - Helen Baker & the Grampian Fungus Group
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici
  • New Books: Microscopy & Fungi - Marcel Lecomte; Studying the Discomycetes from initiation to advanced levels - René Dougoud
  • Fungi in the news - some recent articles on fungi


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