Also some of you know I am a wild mushroom aficionado and I put together a book of my photos and IDs and a bit of knowledge. It’s in PDF format so basically good for the majority of devices.

The book is arranged mostly alphabetically for the species, but sections are arranged mainly by ease of learning to recognize them. For example Russula and Lactarius/Lactifluus have their own sections despite they being white/light spored (this also helps reduce the size of the chapter on LIGHT spored groups). The Amanita section has had the most work since I had the assistance of East Coast Amanita expert Dr. Rodham Tulloss for most of the IDs.

In the end I think you’ll agree the fleshy fungi I include here are a treat to the eyes and are every bit as fascinating to view as any flowers. Thank you!

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