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Fungus Name Trail
Beautifully illustrated simple 'yes/no' key by Liz Holden and Kath Hamper in the form of a fold-out chart. Designed as an introduction to dichotomous keys. Enables the identification of 30 commonly found fungi. Equally suited to working with 10 -14 year olds in a teaching situation or with families looking at fungi just for fun. Jointly published by the British Mycological Society and the Field Studies Council.
Available from the Office Price £4.50
How the Mushroom got its Spots.
This booklet by Sue Assinder and Gordon Rutter is a 44-page resource for teaching about fungi. Intended for teachers, rangers, guiders and anyone who needs background information, activity sheets, safety information and similar support for their teaching activities. Published jointly by the British Mycological Society and BBSRC. It’s free, but we charge postage.
Available from the Office Postage £1.50
This poster is illustrated with startlingly realistic water colour paintings by Peter Thwaites and is available in two sizes. Produced jointly by Fungi for Fun and the British Mycological Society (2009).
Available from the Office
Large size 995mm X 700mm: Price £5.99
Small size 675mm X 495mm: Price £3.99
Most of the fungi illustrated by Peter Thwaites in the poster by are also available in the this folding leaflet. Size 10cm X 21cm folded 59cm X 21cm open.
Available from the Office £1.50 to include postage.