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Field Mycology - Volume 24(4) November 2023

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • 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

Field Mycology - Volume 24(3) August 2023

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portrait No. 95: Amanita submembranacea – Geoffrey Kibby
  • A study of Agaricus in Pembrokeshire reveals three new taxa for the UK – David Harries
  • DNA-confirmed records of Cortinarius epipurrus and C. hirtus – Tony Leech, Mike Ball, Steve Judd, Gill Judd, Tony Moverley & Yvonne Mynett
  • Martin Gregory obituary – Bruce Ing
  • Naucoria amarescens - a new record for Hampshire – Graham Mattock
  • Spring fungi 2023 – Andy Overall
  • Ever been had? – Tony Leech
  • St. George’s Mushrooms…and more in Holyrood Park, Scotland – Britt A. Bunyard
  • Some results from an eDNA survey of grassland fungi in Monmouthshire – Jon Dunkelman
  • Some long-lived fungi in Kent – Joyce Pitt
  • Plectronidium magnoliae on leaves of Magnolia grandiflora, a conidial fungus new to Britain – Brian Spooner
  • Mycena picta, a seldom-recorded species new to Cornwall – Finley N. Hutchinson
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici

Field Mycology - Volume 24(2) May 2023

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portrait No. 94: Two burnt site specialists: Hebeloma anthracophilum & Pholiota carbonaria – Geoffrey Kibby
  • Hygrophorus marzuolus new to Britain – John Bingham
  • Observations of Hertfordshire fungi in 2022 – Kerry Robinson
  • Antrodia carbonica and beginner’s luck – Jo Weightman
  • Hydropodia subalpina a peculiar agaric in ordinary disguise – Richard Fortey
  • When Russula species crack up – Penny Cullington
  • Further cracks in the cuticle – Mario Tortelli & Geoffrey Kibby
  • Edgcumbe Park - Cornwall’s most important waxcap grassland? – Richard Penny
  • Galerina esteveraventosii new to Britain - Andy Overall
  • Thaxterogaster monaensis recently described from Anglesey - Charles Aron
  • Mycena dasypus rediscovered after 30 years - Penny Cullington
  • Readers’ Finds
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici
  • New Books: Edible Fungi of Britain and Northern Europe – Jens H. Petersen

Field Mycology - Volume 24(1) February 2023

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portrait No. 93: Lactarius citriolens – Geoffrey Kibby
  • Hunting for the identity of a Hydropus species found in Buckinghamshire and Hampshire – Penny Cullington, Mike Harrison & Eric Janke
  • Xylaria cinerea: growing evidence of rapid coastal spread - Alick Henrici
  • A newly discovered rust on Soleirolia soleirolii – Chris D. Preston, David J. Harries & R. Nigel Stringer
  • The advance of Plicatura crispa in southern England – Graham Mattock
  • Two relatively new British Grisettes: Amanita fulvoides & A. dryophila – Andy Overall
  • Peronospora galegae (Peronosporales) new to Britain and other pathogens of goat’s rue (Galega officinalis L.) in Britain – Brian Spooner & Fay Newbery 23
  • The use of human senses in the identification of mushrooms III – Jonathan Cabazonne
  • Pseudoboubovia benkertii, a new discomycete from Anglesey and new to Britain – Charles Aron
  • Notes and Records – Alick Henrici

Field Mycology - Volume 23(4) November 2022

 

Contents

  • Editorial 
  • Fungal Portrait No. 92: Mycetinis alliaceus – Geoffrey Kibby
  • Splashes of blood in the Isles of Scilly – Pauline Penna
  • Mycenella trachyspora on roadside verges – Robert Skipper
  • Better late than never – the Leicestershire Fungi study Group’s Millennium Year Project - Geoffrey Hall
  • The use of human senses in the identification of mushrooms part 2: touch – Jonathan Cazabonne
  • Demystifying Hebeloma - Peter Bartlett, Henry Beker, Ursula Eberhardt
  • Dead wood saves the day – Andy Overall
  • Exciting finds on a Scottish adventure – Mario Tortelli, Geoffrey Kibby, & Claudi Soler
  • Fungi on a living and then dead elm tree - Graham Mattock
  • Wormwood Scrubs: an unexpected mycological treasure trove - Geoffrey Kibby
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici
  • New Books: Snippets of Mycological History – Heino Lepp;  The Incestuous Sex Life of Budding Yeast resolved to DNA Level – Ken Adams

Field Mycology - Volume 23(3) August 2022

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portrait No. 91: Three bleeding Mycena species – Geoffrey Kibby
  • Hydnum reginae newly described from Britain – Geoffrey Kibby & Kare Liimatainen
  • Didymium vernum, a second Butterbur inhabiting myxomycete in the UK – Jurgen Nieuwkoop
  • Puccinia cyani and Peronospora agrostemmatis, parasites of hosts sown in wild-flower mixes - Chris D. Preston
  • Forty years of Amanita inopinata – Alick Henrici
  • Readers’ Finds
  • Caloboletus kluzakii newly recorded from Britain (or will the real C. radicans please step forward) – Geoffrey Kibby & A. Martyn Ainsworth
  • Lepiota coloratipes – an agaric new to Britain – Richard Fortey
  • How bioluminescent fungi helped restore my mental health - James Scurry
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici
  • Book Reviews: The Fungi of North East Wales – Bruce Ing; A Guide to Waxcaps in West Wales – David Harries

Field Mycology - Volume 23(2) May 2022

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portrait No. 90: Inocybe lacunarum – Geoffrey Kibby & Mario Tortelli
  • DNA barcoding reveals three Rhodocybe species new to Britain– Nick Aplin, Penny Cullington, Brian Douglas & Eric Janke
  • Two collections of Ramaria aurea redetermined as R. atractospora  – Graham Mattock, Geoffrey Kibby & Antony Burnham 
  • Fungi Royale at Bushy Park - Andy Overall
  • Hohenbuehelia tremula - a rarely recorded species – A. Martyn Ainsworth
  • Meruliporia (Serpula, Leucogyrophana) pulverulenta: an overlooked saprotrophof hollow oak trunks with a stronghold in Windsor Great Park – A. Martyn Ainsworth & Kare Liimatainen
  • Xylobolus subpileatus, an alien new to Britain – Kerry Robinson
  • Crustoderma fibuligerum - a notable corticioid new to Britain – Sue Rogerson & Alick Henrici
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici 
  • Urocystis on Ranunculaceae in Britain – Bruce Ing 
  • Book Reviews: The Lives of Fungi. A natural history of our planet’s decomposers – Britt A. Bunyard 71; The genus Cortinarius in Britain – Geoffrey Kibby & Mario Tortelli 

Field Mycology - Volume 23(1) February 2022

 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • Fungal Portraits No. 89: Rhodophana nitellina – Geoffrey Kibby
  • The importance of vouchers: Cuphophyllus atlanticus in Britain – Richard Fortey & Stuart Skeates
  • Turn over the leaf litter - Joyce Pitt
  • A new British record from a railway station near Slough - A. Martyn Ainsworth, Brian Douglas & Richard Wright
  • Gerronema: known in Britain? - Alick Henrici
  • Roger Phillips 16 Dec 1932 – 15 Nov 2021, a personal reflection - Geoffrey Kibby
  • Plasmopara muralis, a downy mildew on Parthenocissus (Virginia creepers) has arrived in Britain - Chris D. Preston
  • Russula camarophylla new to Britain - Pauline Penna & Geoffrey Kibby
  • Entoloma viiduense - a striking species new to Britain - Andy Overall
  • Readers’ Finds
  • Two books for your foray bag - Mike Cruse & Archie McAdam
  • Some interesting fungi found in the Winchester, Hampshire area during 2021 - Graham Mattock
  • Fungi in Churchyards - a request - Stefan Buczacki
  • Notes and Records - Alick Henrici
  • Book Review: I Funghi Clavarioidi in Italia Vols 1 & 2 - Paolo Franchi & Mauro Marchetti

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