BMS membership application

Membership of the Society entitles members to participate in any activity of the varied sections of the Society which should provide interest and support for anyone with an interest in fungi. Membership fees consist of two elements. The first is the cost of membership category applied for and the second element is for the requested journals whether in electronic or printed format. Please read the membership pages to help you decide which membership category and journals you wish to subscribe to.

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Full members have a major interest in fungi and can participate fully in the Society including voting in elections and at Society meetings.

Associate Members enjoy all the benefits of full membership but are not allowed to vote in Society elections or at Society meetings.

Postgraduate Members must be registered for a higher degree and carrying out some form of research study on fungi.

Undergraduate Members are persons in full or part-time education on courses leading to a Bachelors degree or equivalent, but not registered for a higher degree.

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The following journal options are available to members for additional cost. Please indicate which options if any you would like to purchase:

Internet access to the full text of all journals including all past issues of the previous journals.

Fungal Biology is the Society's flagship publication, an international scientific journal devoted to many aspects of fungal biology.

Fungal Ecology is the first scientific journal to specialise in fungal ecology. The scope of the journal is broad and it publishes articles on all aspects of fungal ecology.

Fungal Biology Reviews was launched in 2007 and is the first journal to focus on high quality reviews in fungal biology.

Field Mycology was launched in 2000 and since then has provided a high quality publication for field mycologists and conservationists. It aims to produce articles for both the beginner and the knowledgeable field mycologists.

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