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Monographs:Fungus (2 entries)

  
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  • Looking for a fungi to hang out with? If so, you don't even have to go to a dating service. Here's a site to help you recognize more different types than you ever imagined was possible! With links to over 1500 full-color photographs across the Internet, it's suddenly a lot easier to tell a Morchella from a Gyromitra when morel season comes around.   [Google cache]
  • Remember the old saying "There's a fungus among us?" To learn about fungi the good, the bad, and the edible and see good photos of many of these odd life forms, visit Tom Volk's Fungi Pages.    [Google cache]



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