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  • California Mushrooms
    650 species Each species illustrated with a color photograph 750 total color photographs Complete keys Up to date taxonomy and nomenclature Hardback 8 ½ x 11 560 pages 5 pounds Authors Dennis Desjardin Michael Wood Frederick Stevens Principal Photographers Michael

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  • California Mushrooms
    of them with detailed profiles of 650 species Each profile includes information on macro and micromorphology habitat edibility and comparisons with closely related species and potential look alikes Although the focus of the book is on mushrooms of California over 90 of the species treated occur elsewhere making the book useful throughout western North America California Mushrooms provides information on when and where to find mushrooms guidelines on how to

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  • California Mushrooms
    widely distributed Edibility Edible and choice Comments Boletus edulis is one of the best known highly prized edible fungi commonly called porcini cep or king bolete California populations were recently described as a new variety Boletus edulis var grandedulis because of their larger size and pores that turns cinnamon to reddish brown in age Distinctive features include a large buff brown to yellowish brown cap white pores that turn olive yellow then reddish brown in age a bulbous to clavate white stipe with white apical reticulations non bluing context tissues and growth usually with pine or spruce The queen bolete B regineus is similar but has a darker brown to reddish brown cap initially covered with a white bloom a more extensively reticulate stipe and growth with hardwoods Phaeolus schweinitzii Phaeolus schweinitzii Fr Pat Common name dyer s polypore Fruitbody annual sessile or stipitate Cap 70 250 mm broad single or more commonly compound composed of several circular to fan shaped irregular or lobed overlapping caps surface tomentose to hirsute lumpy color variable centrally yellowish brown to brown rusty brown dark reddish brown or dark brown margin with zones of cream yellow greenish yellow ochraceous or orangish brown bruising dark brown to black context 8 15 mm thick soft and spongy when young tough and corky in age yellowish brown to dark rusty brown black in 3 KOH Pores 1 3 per mm angular greenish yellow to orangish yellow when fresh becoming dark rusty brown to dark brown at maturity tubes decurrent 5 15 mm long greenish yellow to rusty brown Stipe absent or short 15 50 x 10 40 mm central to lateral simple or branched narrowed downward often rooting brown Odor and taste indistinct Spores 7 9 x 2 5 4 µm ellipsoid smooth inamyloid white in deposit cystidia cylindrical to subclavate thin walled hyphal system monomitic hyphae unclamped Habitat Solitary to scattered in soil attached to buried wood or on wood of conifers often at the base of living or dead standing conifer trees fruiting in the fall widely distributed Edibility Possibly poisonous Comments Phaeolus schweinitzii is a commonly encountered conspicuous polypore that causes a brown cubical butt rot of living conifers especially pine and Douglas fir in California Young fruitbodies have a soft and spongy texture yellow to yellowish green pore surface and cap margin a fuzzy rusty brown to reddish brown cap and rusty brown tissues that stain black in 3 KOH Old fruitbodies are tough and hard entirely dark brown and relatively light in weight Abhorred by foresters because of their pathogenic nature they are loved by dye makers for coloring yarn The brown tissues with black KOH reaction and unclamped hyphae suggest a relationship with the white rot genus Phellinus in the Hymenochaetaceae however Phaeolus is a brown rot fungus more closely related to Fomitopsis in the Fomitopsidaceae Ramaria araiospora Ramaria araiospora Marr D E Stuntz Fruitbody coralloid 50 120 mm tall x 30 80 mm broad Branches 2 5 mm broad parallel

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  • California Mushrooms
    California Mushrooms Home About Descriptions Photos Bios Links Errata Calendar Buy 2013 Michael Wood A MykoWeb page

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  • California Mushrooms
    H Weston Award for teaching excellence He has published over 120 scientific papers on the taxonomy and evolution of mushroom forming fungi in which he described 225 new species and 7 new genera He has active research projects in the Hawaiian Islands Micronesia Thailand Malaysia Indonesia Brazil and the African islands of São Tome and Principe A recent interest is in the origin and evolution of bioluminescent fungi Born and raised in Crescent City California he has been collecting and studying California mushrooms for over 50 years Michael Wood Michael Wood a California native is a computer consultant by profession and a mycologist and photographer by obsession He is a past president of the Mycological Society of San Francisco and chair of the MSSF systematics committee He is the publisher and webmaster for MykoWeb and The Fungi of California websites and former webmaster for the MSSF and the North American Mycological Association NAMA websites He has been an avid mushroom collector photographer and taxonomist for over 30 years His mushroom photographs have been published in many scientific journals plus numerous books magazines newspapers and websites He has led numerous workshops and countless forays for the MSSF and others Besides California

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  • California Mushrooms
    California Mushrooms Home About Descriptions Photos Bios Links Errata Calendar Buy Links to More Mushroom Info 2014 Michael Wood A MykoWeb page

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  • California Mushrooms
    is established to accommodate Boletus sect Appendiculati and six new species are described Mycologia 106 3 464 480 Boletus rubripes Thiers Caloboletus rubripes Thiers Vizzini Vizzini A 2014 Nomenclatural Novelties IndexFungorum No 146 1 2 Craterellus cornucopioides Persoon Craterellus calicornucopioides D Arora J L Frank Frank J L 2015 Nomenclatural Novelties Index Fungorum 249 1 Discina perlata Fr Fr Gyromitra perlata Fr OR Gyromitra ancilis Pers Kreisel Methven A S Zelski S E Miller A N 2013 A molecular phylogenetic assessment of the genus Gyromitra in North America Mycologia 105 5 1306 1314 If G perlata G ancilis are con specific then G ancilis is the correct name Entoloma bloxami Berk Broome Sacc Entoloma medianox C F Schwarz Schwarz C F 2015 Nomenclatural Novelties IndexFungorum No 220 1 Fomitopsis cajanderi P Karst Kotl Pouzar Rhodofomes cajanderi P Karst B K Cui M L Han Y C Dai Han M L Chen Y Y Shen L L Song J Vlasák J Dai Y C Cui B K 2016 Taxonomy and phylogeny of the brown rot fungi Fomitopsis and its related genera Fungal Diversity 1 31 Gastroboletus subalpinus Trappe Thiers Boletus subalpinus Trappe Thiers Nuhn Manfr Binder A F S Taylor Halling Hibbet Nuhn M E Binder M Taylor A F Halling R E Hibbett D S 2013 Phylogenetic overview of the Boletineae Fungal Biology 117 7 8 479 511 Gymnopus androsaceus L J L Mata R H Petersen Gymnopus androsaceus L Fr Della Maggiora Trassinelli Maggiora M D 2014 Nomenclatural Novelites IndexFungorum No 171 1 Lactarius rubidus Hesler A H Sm Methven comb prov Lactarius rubidus Hesler A H Sm Methven Kuo M Methven A S Minnis A M Halling R E 2013 Studies of North American macrofungi 1 Validation of Lactarius rubidus comb nov and Leccinellum quercophilum sp nov Mycotaxon 124 1 323 332 Morchella septimelata M Kuo Morchella eximia Boud Richard F Bellanger J M Clowez P Hansen K O Donnell K Urban A Sauve M Courtecuisse R Moreau P A 2015 True morels Morchella Pezizales of Europe and North America evolutionary relationships inferred from multilocus data and a unified taxonomy Mycologia 107 2 359 382 Neohygrophorus angelesianus A H Smith Hesler Singer Pseudoomphalina angelesiana A H Sm Hesler Vizzini Contu Z W Ge Lavorato C Vizzini A Ge Z W Contu M 2015 Redescription of Clitocybe umbrinopurpurascens Basidiomycota Agaricales and revision of Neohygrophorus and Pseudoomphalina Phytotaxa 219 1 43 57 Nivatogastrium nubigenum Harkn Singer A H Smith Pholiota nubigena Harkn Redhead Redhead S 2014 Nomenclatural Novelites IndexFungorum No 148 1 Pachylepyrium carbonicola A H Sm Singer Crassisporium funariophilum M M Moser Matheny P A Moreau Vizzini Matheny P B Moreau P A Vizzini A Harrower E De Haan A Contu M Curti M 2014 Crassisporium and Romagnesiella two new genera of dark spored Agaricales Systematics and Biodiversity Systematics and Biodiversity 13 1 28 41 Paxillus involutus Batsch Fr Paxillus cuprinus P Jargeat H Gryta J P Chaumeton Vizzini This is the correct name for the P involutus that

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  • California Mushrooms
    October 2014 Mike speaks to the Los Angeles Mycological Society 14 November 2014 Mike Fred Dennis speak at Mendocino Woodlands Mycological Society of San Francisco MSSF annual foray 20 November 2014 Dennis speaks to the Sonoma Mycological Association SOMA 22 November 2014 Dennis at Mendocino Foray with UC Berkeley UC Davis SFSU CSU East Bay Stanford University book signing 06 December 2014 Dennis speaks at MSSF Fungus Fair 14 December 2014 Mike speaks at the Yuba Watershead Foray Nevada City CA 17 January 2015 Mike speaks at SOMA Camp 20 January 2015 Dennis speaks to the MSSF meeting 18 February 2015 Dennis speaks to the Fungus Federation of Santa Cruz 19 February 2015 Dennis speaks at UC Berkeley 24 April 2015 Mike speaks to the New York Mycological Society 15 September 2015 Dennis speaks to the Fungus Federation of Santa Cruz on Fungi Human Affairs Book signing 21 October 2015 Dennis speaks to the Humbolt Bay Mycological Society on California Mushrooms Book signing 23 or 24 October 2015 Dennis in Cresent City CA for book signing radio interview 23 November 2015 Dennis speaks to the Oregon Mycological Society in Portland Talk to be Bioluminescent Fungi or Fungi Human Affairs Book

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