These pages are an internet relic. Updates ceased in 2005, when the phenomenal proliferation of internet resources made it impossible to keep up. We had a solid 12 year run of exponential growth. Today, Google is a pretty sophisticated way to find just about anything, if you're a little crafty with your search. I am Kathie Hodge <email@example.com> and you might enjoy my new endeavor, the Cornell Mushroom Blog.
Welcome! These pages summarize internet resources of interest to mycologists (biologists who study fungi). Choose your favorite topic in the directory below or try the big hairy INDEX.
The WWW Virtual Library is a distributed and comprehensive catalog of internet resources maintained by volunteers. See also other branches in the Biosciences, or view the full subject catalog. Your curiosity about the WWW VL: Mycology, and your indecision concerning which sites to visit first might be alleviated by reading a bit about these pages.
The photo of Strobilomyces floccopus at left was taken by Kent Loeffler.
|About these pages||Collections of fungi: herbaria, culture collections|
|Directories of mycologists and mycological labs||Discussions: newsletters, books and serials|
|General resources: taxonomy, biology, plant pathology||Molecular genetics|
|Guides:regional field guides and inventories||Mushrooms:identification, cultivation|
|Suppliers: commercial businesses and vendors||Taxonomy: nomenclatural and taxonomic resourses|
|Teaching and learning about fungi||Search the Index|
|Index to all resources|
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last modified 15 December 2005, © Kathie Hodge
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