Mycological Consultants working in the UK by area
Details are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute endorsement by the BMS of any individuals capabilities.
Alan Lucas contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mycological interests: Broad knowledge in most genera with particular interest in dead wood species.
Herefordshire Fungus Survey Group (HFSG) contact: email@example.com
We have done survey work, as a Group, in the past for outside organisations in VC 36 (Herefordshire), such as Caring for God’s Acre and also funded by the Bulmer Foundation.
Shelly & Mike Stroud Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would also be interested in doing some survey work in a private capacity, in VC’s 35, 36, 42, 43. Participated in all the HFSG surveys (above) and have also done one or two, privately, for local organisations in Breconshire. Shelly has a particular, but not exclusive, interest in ascomycetes & myxomycetes.
Josephine (Jo) Weightman Contact: email@example.com
Mycological Recorder for Herefordshire and the Herefordshire Fungus Survey Group (HFSG) willing to undertake survey work in a private capacity within Herefordshire or adjacent counties. My most recent private work was in Moccas Park Herefordshire for Natural England 2002-2003. I have been recording fungi, mainly in Kent and Herefordshire, for 40+ years. My main interest is with the macrofungi.
Dr A. Martyn Ainsworth Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mycological interests: British fungi
Andy Overall Contact: http://www.fungitobewith.org/contact/
'An experienced field mycologist and educator, providing consultation on the larger fungi of the United Kingdom’s woodlands and green spaces. Especially within Middlesex.'
Since 2003 I have carried out an average of two surveys per year. This includes five surveys for the Royal Parks & Historic Palaces, including Richmond Park, Kensington Gardens, Bushy Park, Regents Park & Primrose Hill and Home Park. As well as surveys of Hampstead Heath, Queens Wood and Big Wood in NW London. During 2016 I surveyed biodiversity sites around Heathrow Airport.
Neil Mahler. Contact: email@example.com
County fungus recorder ; Suffolk.
Edward Tuddenham, Contact:
Old Winders House, Barnets Hill, Peasmarsh, Rye, East Sussex TN31 6YJ Tel: 01797230012 Mobile: 07798610678 (mobile may not work when I am home)
Malcolm Greaves Contact: Linton Cottage Flaxton York. YO607RT
Recorder for the Mid Yorks Fungus Group. Non professional surveys of local Ministry of Defence SSSI land, Yorkshire Wildlife trust and Yorkshire Arboretum. Larger fungi and also some families of Ascomycetes. Published in Field Mycology.
Caroline Hobart Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mycological interests: British fungi with particular interest in hypogeous species.
Liz Holden, Contact: email@example.com
Mycological interests: British fungi.
Neville Kilkenny, Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have extensive experience of survey using several different methodologies, as well as site condition monitoring. Clients include Scottish Natural Heritage, Plantlife Scotland, and the James Hutton Institute.
Charles Edward Aron Contact: email@example.com
Mycological interests: British fungi.
Debbie Evans Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mycological interests: Grassland Fungi surveys and have done surveys for a wide range of organisations, mainly (but not solely) in North Wales, I am also very interested in Rust fungi.
I have almost 15 years of experience doing survey work in this field and I can supply a full list of surveys completed and organisations worked for if required.
I have given talks and run workshops on Grassland Fungi and run Rust Fungi workshops .
Dr Alan Orange Contact: email@example.com (consultancy enquiries)
firstname.lastname@example.org (general enquiries)
Experience: Professional lichenologist for 30 years, undertaking taxonomic research and field surveys. Curator of Lichens at National Museum of Wales 1986-2013. List of selected publications and survey reports at www.lichensurveys.co.uk. Expertise: Lichens (lichenised fungi). General interest in other fungi, including waxcaps.