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ABFG JOURNAL and The Forayer (please note that these archives have yet to be fully updated)

(Subject, Author, Vol., Issue, Year, Page)

 

ABFG online Michael Jordan (MJ) 2 (1) 06, 6

new groups; equipment grants MJ 2 (4) 06, 12

new initiative: Fungi Watch MJ 2 (3) 06, 14-15

proposed charity registration & board of trustees MJ 2 (4) 06, 6-8

role in field mycology MJ 1 (4) 05, 26-7

Abortiporus biennis MJ 2 (4) 06, 4-5

Agaricus bresadiolanus (romagnesii) MJ 1 (4) 05, 7

Agaricus spp: booted or hanging ? (ring structure) MJ 2 (3) 06, 27

Amanita gemmata in Dorset (letter) Ken Roberts 1 (4) 05, 24

Amanita phalloides. Toxins and their effects Steve Clements 2 (3) 06, 8-9

see also Death Cap

Astraeus hygrometricus MJ 1 (1) 05, 26

 

Battarraea phalloides Cheryl Savage 2 (4) 06, 10

Biodiversity Action Plan. Right action? MJ 1 (4) 05, 10

Biodiversity Action Plan. Red List MJ 2 (1) 06, 19

Provisional reference guides MJ 2 (3) 06, 19

Biodiversity Action Plan. List update MJ 2 (2) 06, 19

Boletus edulis Quest Kevin Crossley 2 (2) 06, 24-27

Boletus satanas Portrait Kevin Crossley 2 (2) 06, 21

Book Review.

Fungi of Switzerland Vol 6 Russulaceae

Verlag Mykologia Luzern, 2005 Arthur Walters 1 (3) 05, 21

 

Camarophyllopsis foetens Howard Williams 2 (4) 06, 24-25

Chelsea and PLI MJ & Henry Tribe 1 (2) 05, 24-5

Chelsea Flower Show - Prelude MJ 2 (1) 06, 3, 6

Chelsea Foray (ABFG at Chelsea Flower Show, 2006) Lorna & Paul Minton 2 (2) 06, 4-7

Chemistry set

Acetocarmine, Lactophenol cotton blue MJ 1 (3) 05, 30

Guaiac (Russula reactions) MJ 1 (4) 05, 30

Iron sulphate; Phenol, Immersion Oil MJ 1 (1) 05, 30

Melzer's Reagent MJ 2 (3) 06, 30

Potassium hydroxide sol; Ammonia sol. 2% MJ 1 (2) 05, 30

Schaeffer's Test MJ 1 (4) 05, 30

Sulphovanillin, Toluidine Blue O MJ 2 (1) 06, 30

Clavarioid and Ramarioid fungi. New Keys Jack Marriott 1 (2) 05, 5-7

Changes & revisions Jack Marriott 2 (4) 06, 16-18

Clavaria Fr Keys Jack Marriott 1 (3) 05,14-17

Clavaria purpurea Photograph Milan Novotny 2 (4) 06, 21

Clavaria zollingeri Photograph Jeff Benn 1 (3) 05, 23

Clavariadelphus Donk Keys Jack Marriott 2 (1) 06, 16-18

Clavicorona Doty Keys Jack Marriott 2 (2) 06, 16

Clavulina J.Schroeter Keys Jack Marriott 2 (2) 06, 17-18

Clavulinopsis Overeem Keys Jack Marriott 1 (4) 05, 14-17

Cooking

Puffball Soup Caroline Gent 2 (1) 06, 20

(puffballs) Caroline Gent 1 (3) 05, 22

Kidneys, Jew's Ear and brandy Mrs McKee's 1964 Royal Cookery Book 2 (3) 06, 20

Mourilles Nicoises Michael Jordan 1 (1) 05, 22

St George's Croustade Peter Jordan 2 (2) 06, 20

Bass 'n Boletes Hazel Malcolm 1 (2) 05, 22

Blue Magic (winter species) Hazel Malcolm 2 (4) 06, 20

Swedish Oysters Gunilla Sturgess 1 (4) 05, 22

Crepidotus A provisional working key to species Jack Marriott 2 (3) 06, 16-18

Crossword (Mid-winter) Tom Kirby 2 (4) 06, 30

 

Death Cap. Origin of name Henry Tribe 1 (3) 05, 4-6

Death Cap. Origin of name. New data Henry Tribe 2 (2) 06, 22

Drugs Act, 2005 Graeme Walker 1 (3) 05, 10

 

East Yorkshire Group: fungal delights of 2005 Mervin Nethercoat 2 (3) 06, 4-5

Exidia John Shrouder 1 (2) 05, 8-9

Exidia nucleata Howard Williams 1 (4) 05, 18-19

 

Field Mycologists David Hawksworth 1 (2) 05, 18-20

Fomes fomentarius . On oak? Howard Williams 1 (3) 05, 18-19

(Turkey Oak, letter) Andy Overall 1 (4) 05, 24

Foraying: why we foray Roy Watling 1 (1) 05, 18-21

Foraying with a digital camera Graham Mattock 1 (2) 05, 14-17

France. Foraying in. Cotswold Fungus Group John Roberts & Mary Hunt 2 (1) 06, 8-9

Fungi of North Devon coast Kerry Robinson 1 (1) 05, 4-6

Fungi Watch 2006. Initiative from ABFG MJ 2 (3) 06, 12-13

Battarraea phalloides Cheryl Savage 2 (4) 06, 10

Fungus Conservation Forum Jenny Duckworth 2 (2) 06, 8-9

Fungus Profiles

Boletus torosus MJ 2 (2) 06, 11

Ciboria caucus MJ 2 (1) 06, 11

Coprinus picaceus Mark Pike 1 (2) 05, 13

Flammulina velutipes MJ 2 (4) 06, 11

Lentinus tigrinus MJ 2 (3) 06, 11

Phanerochaete filamentosa Debbie Nelson 1 (3) 05, 13

Podoscypha multizonata Mark Pike 1 (4) 05, 13

Rutstroemia firma MJ 1 (1) 05, 13

 

Garden fungi Jonathan Revett 2 (1) 06, 12-14; (2) 10

Geastrum species . An enigmatic Jersey star:

G.saccatum, triplex, fimbriatum, lageniforme ? MJ & Peter Roberts 1 (3) 05, 8-9

Gomphus clavatus MJ 2 (3) 06, 21

Guaiac Mario Tortelli 1 (1) 05, 14-16

Gymnopilus dilepis ( and purpuratus) MJ & Mark Pike 2 (4) 06, 14-15

Gymnopilus junonius (monster). Picture Jacqui Darby 2 (1) 06, 21

 

Hampshire fungi Graham Mattock 1 (3) 05, 26-7

Herefordshire Festival of Fungi MJ 1 (1) 05, 17; 1 (4) 05, 21

Hericium erinaceum Red data list candidate Patrick Ruch 2 (1) 06, 4-5

Hygrocybe calyptriformis . The Ballerina

Picture Jeff Benn 1 (1) 05, 23

 

Knives on forays: 'Carrying an offensive weapon' ? MJ 1 (2) 05, 26-7

 

Laccaria laccata . Variants Sidney Cosgrove, Cherry Greenway 2 (1) 06, 10

Laetiporus sulphureus Toxic on yew? MJ 1 (3) 05, 21

Leccinum piggy-back ( duriusculum?, scabrum? ) Picture Malcolm Greaves 1 (4) 05, 23

Letters to the Editor (Opinions) 1 (2) 05, 21; 1 (4) 05, 24;

2 (1) 06, 22; 2 (3) 06, 22; 2 (4) 06, 22-23

Lysurus spp Ron Meyers 1 (3) 05, 24-5

 

Macrotyphula R.H.Petersen. Keys Jack Marriott 2 (1) 06, 16-18

Metabolites. Purposes? Ed Meena 1 (4) 05, 4-7

Fungal smells MJ 1 (4) 05, 8-9

Microfile

Asci of Ascobolus MJ & Jeff Benn 1 (1) 05, 28-9

Asci MJ & Jeff Benn 1 (2) 05, 28-9

Basidia and asci MJ & Jeff Benn 1 (4) 05, 28-9

Conocybe - distinctive cells on sporophore MJ & Jeff Benn 2 (3) 06, 28-29

Clamp connections MJ & Jeff Benn 2 (2) 06, 28-9

Hairs and setae MJ & Jeff Benn 1 (3) 05, 28-9

Hairs and setae 2. MJ & Jeff Benn 2 (4) 06, 28-29

Pleurocystidia MJ & Jeff Benn 2 (1) 06, 28-9

Morels in February Picture Patrick Ruch 1 (2) 05, 23

Mucilago crustacea MJ 1 (1) 05, 24

Mutinus caninus Patrick Ruch 1 (1) 05, 8-9

Mycological library Peter & Jean Hansell 2 (1) 06, 15

Mycota: what is it? David Hawksworth 2 (3) 06, 6

Myriostoma coliforme MJ 1 (1) 05, 27

 

Names: on pronunciation MJ 2 (3) 06, 7

National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Gateway - sharing mycological information MJ 1 (1) 05, 12

News in brief MJ 1 (1) 05, 25; 1 (2) 05, 10

Nottinghamshire Fungus Group: new target Lee Scudder & Arthur Walters 2 (4) 06, 13

 

Onygena and Sowerbyella Jeff Benn 1 (2) 05, 4

Opinions (see Letters to the Editor)

 

Paxillus . The old puzzle MJ 2 (3) 06, 24-26

Paxillus rubicundulus Status (letter) Alan Legg 2 (4) 06, 22

Pembrokeshire Fungus Recording Network (David Harries) 2 (2) 06, 14

Postcard. Worcester Fungus Group Diana Bateman 1 (3) 05, 20

Phallales Ron Meyers & Graham Mattock 1 (3) 05, 26-7

Public Liability Insurance (PLI) MJ 1 (2) 05, 24

Public Liability brief MJ 1 (3) 05, 19

 

Red Data List. Questions MJ 1 (3) 05, 12

On its continued absence MJ 2 (3) 06, 14-15

Russula species Guaiac reactions MJ 2 (2) 06, 30

Using guaiac Mario Tortelli 1 (1) 05, 14-16

 

'Shrooms'. New Group (Thames Valley) Julie Campbell 1 (4) 05, 20

Sowerbyella and Onygena Jeff Benn 1 (2) 05, 4

Squamanita in Wyre Forest John Bingham 1 (3) 05, 24-5

Syspastospora parasitica (Hypocreales)

on Beauveria Patrick Ruch 2 (4) 06, 26-27

 

Truffle growers of England (secret) MJ 2 (2) 06, 12-13

 

Waxcap grassland survey MJ 2 (1) 06, 7

Winter fungi Howard Williams 2 (1) 06, 24-7
 

N.B. Some fungus species are listed under Factfile

(Subject Author Vol, Issue, Year, Page)

ABFG Dictionary of Latin names, meanings and pronunciations Michael Jordan (MJ) 8 (1) 04, 4-7

ABFG and National Trust.

Launch of a joint initiative MJ 2 (2) 98, 8-10

Starting them young MJ 7 (4) 03, 14

ABFG Field Mycology Conference for 2004;

proposals and letters MJ 7 (4) 03, 26-29

ABFG Link with N.American Mycol Assn:

Twinning of Hampshire Fungus Group with Kaw Valley Mycological Society MJ 3 (2) 99, 14

ABFG London Foray MJ 6 (3) 02, 7

ABFG Joint Venture with National Trust:

Surveys 1999 Keith Alexander (NT) 3 (2) 99, 4-6

Progress MJ 3 (1) 99, 25

(letter) Alan Legg 3 (2) 99, 30

ABFG. Your Money: how should it be spent? MJ 6 (3) 02, 27

ABFG and BMS - relationships MJ 1 (3) 98, 22-3

ABFG and mycological conservation MJ 7 (1) 03, 28

ABFG Organization and running (incl. letters) MJ, Alan Braddock 8 (1) 04, 3,29

Four more letters 8 (2) 04, 28-29

Culture of commercialism? MJ (letters) 8 (2) 04, 4

ABFG The New Website Paul Hamlyn 4 (2) 00, 7

Agaricus Mushrooms and mushrooms Patrick Andrews 1 (2) 97, 13

Agaricus Key to British brown-capped species Patrick Andrews 2 (1) 98, 24-7

Agaricus xanthodermus Edibility (letter) Jonathan Revett 2 (4) 98, 30

Agrocybe R.G.Betts 4 (4) 00, 6

introducing species MJ 4 (2) 00, 18-19

key to British species MJ 4 (2) 00, 28-30

on woodchips Jeff Benn 4 (3) 00, 18

Amanita phalloides poisoning. Case-history Oonagh McGuinness & MJ 8 (3) 04, 16-18

Amanita toxins - silent and deadly MJ 2 (3) 98, 4-5

Annulus (or ring) MJ 4 (2) 00, 14-15

 

Battarraea phalloides Peter Lawson 2 (1) 98, 19

monitoring Peter Lawson 5 (1) 01, 12

1998 update Peter Lawson 3 (1) 99, 10

Somerset Richard Thompson 2 (2) 98, 11

Biodiversity Action Plan. Threatened species Jenny Duckworth 6 (4) 02, 22-3

Fungi, Plantlife & the Plan Martin Harper 3 (3) 99, 6-7

Technical Committee: species updates MJ 6 (3) 02, 26

Biodiversity Action Plan (for the field mycologist) MJ 2 (1) 98, 30-1

Blewits - beauty of MJ 1 (4) 98, 22

Blue polypores MJ 6 (3) 02, 16-17

Bolete survey in New Forest Naomi Ewald 6 (3) 02, 28-9

Boletus parasiticus (Xerocomus) MJ 2 (2) 98, 32

Boletus regius Peter Marren 2 (4) 98, 19

Boletus satanas Ron Lewis 2 (4) 98, 18

Boletus satanas MJ 2 (2) 98, 30-1

 

Book Notices:

British Fungus Flora Vol 8 Roy Watling & Evelyn Turnbull 2 (3) 98, 30

In Praise of Toadstools. Vol 2 Suzanne Lucas 2 (4) 98, 11

Book Reviews:

Key to genera of agarics and boletes

Rayner & Brand, updated Marriott & McAdam Roy Betts 1 (4) 98, 33

Microfungi on land plants

Martin & J.Pamela Ellis Ann Leonard 1 (3) 98, 34

Mushroom. Johnny Acton &

Nick Sandler Hazel Malcolm 5 (4) 01, 26-7

Patricia's Mushroom Cookery Vegetarian

Dishes. Patricia Taylor-Hawksworth MJ 3 (1) 99, 29

Understanding lichens. George Baron John Shrouder 4 (1) 00, 26-7

Bookswap MJ 1 (1) 97, 22-3

Brandon Country Park survey Jonathan Revett 7 (1) 03, 11

British Agaricales Checklist. New MJ 6 (4) 02, 4

British Naturalist's Association Graham Mattock 1 (4) 98, 15

 

 

Calocybe - confusing species Roy Betts 1 (4) 98, 28

Calocybe gambosa. Familiar species on unusual site Ken Roberts 4 (3) 00, 4-6

Cancer cures in fungi? MJ 6 (3) 02, 4-6

Cedar trees. Look under ( Geopora sumneriana ) MJ 4 (1) 00, 6

Chemicals. Aniline, Congo Red, Cotton Blue MJ 8 (3) 04, 19

Stains and reagents now ready MJ 8 (1) 04, 11

China. Fungal cures in Roger Clutterbuck 8 (1) 04, 10

Chromocyphella muscicola Margarete Earle 7 (2) 03, 14-15

Churchyard Lecanactis (lichen) Plantlife 6 (1) 02, 12

Clathrus archeri Sara Cadbury 7 (1) 03, 23

Clathrus ruber in Suffolk Peter Lawson 3 (1) 99, 30

Clitocybe nebularis . Herald of winter MJ 8 (4) 04, 25

Climate change - more alien fungi MJ 8 (2) 04, 25

Coastal dunes. Fungi from the Holkham Area Kerry Robinson 5 (1) 01, 22-3

Code of conduct for mushroom pickers in Scotland MJ, Alison Dyke 3 (3) 99, 23

Scottish Natural Heritage - sustainable picking Vin Fleming 2 (4) 98, 4-5

paranoia Keith Alexander 3 (1) 99, 14

paranoid? No (letter) Peter Marren 3 (2) 99, 31

to pick or not to pick Alan Feest 3 (1) 99, 18-19

collecting wild fungi - areas of concern Maurice Rotheroe 3 (1) 99, 22-3

Code of practice - Fungi picking MJ 2 (2) 98, 18-19

Commercial picking. Is it theft? Douglas Hunt (Forest of Dean) 2 (3) 98, 19

Commercial picking - and prices (letter) Alan Brickstock 3 (1) 99, 30

see also Picking

Common or Rare? MJ 1 (4) 98, 4-5

Conservation of fungi Gordon Dickson 1 (3) 98, 4-5

Conservation. Targeting the right fungi? Graham Mattock 2 (2) 98, 4-6

Conservation. Payment and commercialism MJ 8 (2) 04, 4-5

Cookery - see under 'In the kitchen'

Coprinus picaceus - a conservation dilemma Alan Legg 3 (3) 99, 24-5

Cordyceps ophioglossoides MJ 2 (4) 98, 28

Crepidotus cinnabarinus John Roberts 3 (2) 99, 15

Crepidotus look-alikes MJ 1 (3) 98, 21

Crete. Snippets from Demetrios (Jim) Christou 8 (4) 04, 23

 

Daldinia : host to moth larvae Robert Hackford 1 (2) 97, 14-15 Data. Gathering it, the American way MJ 4 (2) 00, 21-2

Databases. Anybody can do them! Alan Braddock 2 (3) 98, 14-15

Databases and threatened fungal species Plantlife 4 (2) 00, 24-5

Shortcomings of (letter) Lynn Davy 2 (2) 98, 35

Dencoeliopsis johnstonii (disco.) in Ireland Roy Anderson 2 (2) 98, 24-5

Devon Fungus Group. Unusual finds Jeff Benn 6 (1) 02, 8-9

DNA profiling MJ 8 (2) 04, 21

Drying mushrooms - handy tips to avoid disasters Jack Marriott 3 (1) 99, 8-9

Dung fungi. Potential toxicity Kevin Davis 1 (4) 98, 30-1

 

Earthstars: Reminiscences of a Starman Jonathan Revett 2 (4) 98, 10

Earthstars in East Anglia Jonathan Revett 5 (1) 01, 24-5

Earthstars of Wells Cathedral Suzanne Boon 5 (1) 01, 15

see also Geastrum

East Anglia Foray (ABFG) MJ 7 (4) 03, 4-5

East Anglian Experience Sheila Wells 1 (1) 97, 20-21

Eating fungi raw - assessment of risks MJ 1 (4) 98, 8-9

English Nature. News MJ 2 (3) 98, 11; 2 (2) 98, 14

European Mycological Congress (Ukraine) Chris James 7 (4) 03, 8

 

 

Factfile

Amanita ovoidea (in IoW) MJ, Jacqui Darby 7 (4) 03, 13, 15

Battarraea phalloides MJ 5 (1) 01, 13

Cerocorticium molare MJ 5 (3) 01, 13

Geopora arenicola MJ 8 (1) 04, 13

Hericium cirrhatum MJ 6 (1) 02, 13

Leotia lubrica MJ 6 (3) 02, 13

Leucopaxillus giganteus MJ 8 (4) 04, 13

'Parasol' Macrolepiotas MJ 5 (2) 01, 13; 3 (4) 99, 23

Pseudoplectania nigrella MJ 6 (4) 02, 13

Stereum rameale MJ 8 (3) 04, 13

Stropharia aurantiaca MJ 5 (4) 01, 13

Taphrina caerulescens MJ, Kerry Robinson 7 (2) 03, 13

Tarzetta cupularis MJ 6 (2) 02, 13

Tulostoma brumale MJ 8 (2) 04, 13

Xerocomus parasiticus MJ 7 (3) 03, 13

Fairy rings MJ 4 (3) 00, 26

Flora locale. New website: <www.floralocale.org> MJ 4 (1) 00, 7

Flowers of the forest Plantlife 5 (1) 01, 14

Where have they gone? Plantlife (Peter Marren) 4 (4) 00, 12-15

Forays: getting more out of them Alan Feest 1 (3) 98, 24-5

Forays. Shepherding your lambs MJ 8 (3) 04, 14-15

Forays. Spring MJ 6 (4) 02, 16-17

Foray in July Kerry Robinson 1 (3) 98, 27

Forays 2003 MJ 7 (4) 03, 16-17

France, mushrooming in. MJ 2 (4) 98, 24-6

French connection (La Loupe) Camille Divet 1 (4) 98, 6-7

(letter) Hélène Davies 1 (4) 98, 34-5

Frantick Foragers. True and salacious origins of field mycology in Britain

Alan Braddock 6 (3) 02, 10-11; 6 (2) 02, 10-11 6 (1) 02, 10-11 5 (4) 01, 10-11 5 (3) 01, 10-11 5 (2) 01, 10-11

Function of fungi Gordon Dickson 1 (1) 97, 4-5

Fungi in decline? Maurice Rotheroe 2 (4) 98, 6

Fungi to be with. Mushroom Club Andy Overall & Miranda Gavin 3 (3) 99, 19

Fungi. A remarkable year for (2000) Alan Legg 4 (4) 00, 4-7

Fungi. Frequency of occurrence Jack Marriott 7 (1) 03, 4-7

Fungi for food. Some problems John Roberts 6 (1) 02, 4-5

Fungi. First encounters Kevin Crossley 5 (2) 01, 15

Fungi. Pleasure and pain of being a mycophile Kevin Crossley 6 (2) 02, 8-9

Fungus Conservation Forum MJ 5 (3) 01, 22-23

New Forum MJ, Plantlife 3 (4) 99, 12-13, 20-21

Need for training of field recording groups MJ 5 (2) 01, 22-4

Plantlife Plantlife 4 (4) 00, 28-9

Projects MJ 4 (3) 00, 20-21, 19

Fungus Portal - a mycological white elephant MJ 8 (4) 04, 22

Fusarium oxysporum - lethal to marijuana plants? MJ 3 (3) 99, 22

 

 

Ganoderma in central southern England Graham Mattock 2 (4) 98, 16-17

Ganoderma lucidum in China Brian Tyler 3 (1) 99, 4-5

Geastrum identifications Jonathan Revett 3 (2) 99, 26

Geastrum berkeleyi Tim Bateman 1 (1) 97, 5

see also Earthstars

Geoglossaceae. Simple keys MJ 1 (3) 98, 28-30

Geopora sumneriana under cedar MJ 4 (1) 00, 6

Geopora species: spring subterraneans MJ 6 (2) 02, 20-22

Gills - adnexed, emarginate or sinuate? MJ and Paul Hamlyn 7 (2) 03, 10-11

Global warming: more evidence David Shorten 1 (4) 98, 17

may alter fungus populations Adrian Newton & Lynn Davy 1 (1) 97, 15

Golf course mycology (Childwall, Liverpool) Tony Carter 7 (1) 03, 8-10 7 (4) 03, 10-11 7 (3) 03, 4-6

Grassland fungus project in Somerset Richard Thompson 1 (3) 98, 31

Guaiac reaction key for Russula Mario Tortelli 8 (4) 04, 8-11

Gymnopilus dilepis (woodchip alien?) Tony Leech 6 (3) 02, 14-15

 

 

Hawksworth, David. Retirement from IMI MJ 2 (1) 98, 28

Health and Safety risk MJ 7 (3) 03, 8-9

Helvella lacunosa. The curious case of the hissing

Helvella Hélène Davies 1 (4) 98, 23

Hereford. The Great Fungus Meeting. 9/10/1868 Ted Blackwell 2 (1) 98, 16-18

Hericium species MJ 7 (2) 03, 18-19

Hericium species Paul Wild 6 (1) 02, 23

Herm. A hidden paradise Jill Kendrick 3 (2) 99, 16-17

Hygrocybe calyptriformis see Pink Waxcap

Hypomyces aurantius MJ 3 (1) 99, 28

 

 

Identity parade MJ 1 (3) 98, 32-3

In the kitchen

Blewit vegetarian casserole “Mushroom Magic” (MGA) 7 (4) 03, 24

Blewit Pasta (the phantom meal) Hazel Malcolm 4 (4) 00, 7

Blue cep magic MJ 7 (2) 03, 24

Chanterelle tea for two Hazel Malcolm 6 (3) 02, 24

Cheese and oyster puffs Hazel Malcolm 8 (1) 04, 24

Cheese, onion and bolete roly-poly Wendy Vincent 7 (3) 03, 24

Devonshire toasties (phantom morel) Hazel Malcolm 4 (3) 00, 23

Diet oysters MJ 7 (1) 03, 24

Field parasol and onions Hazel Malcolm 5 (3) 01, 24

Italian mail order catalogues Caroline Gent 5 (2) 01, 28

Mushroom a la Newburg (boletes) MJ 6 (2) 02, 24

Pickled blewits MJ 6 (4) 02, 24

Portobello ceps Hazel Malcolm 8 (2) 04, 26

Safe to eat? MJ 5 (3) 01, 21

Venison casserole with Jew's Ear Hazel Malcolm 8 (4) 04, 24

Walnut, orange & St George's loaf Janet Sparks 6 (1) 02, 24

Winter mushroom & chicken layer pie “Mushroom Magic” (MGA) 8 (3) 04, 28

Phantom Morel Series. How would you prefer

Your blewits, sir MJ 3 (4) 99, 23

Your boletes, madam Vernon Marsden 3 (2) 99, 26

Your boletes, sir MJ 3 (1) 99, 15

Your chanterelles, madam Caroline Gent 1 (4) 98, 20

Your chanterelles Swedish-style, madam Gunilla Sturgess 2 (1) 98, 20

Your crumble, sir. Margaret Earle 4 (2) 00, 23

Your oystercaps, madam “Mushroom Magic” 3 (3) 99, 26

Your parasols, sir MJ 1 (2) 97, 19

Your pasta, madam. Margaret Earle 4 (1) 00, 23

Your pufballs, madam Caroline Gent 1 (3) 98, 20

Your stinkhorns, sir MJ 1 (1) 97, 19

Your Tagliatelle, sir Vernon Marsden 2 (2) 98, 21

Book Review: Mushroom by Johnny Acton & Nick Sandler Hazel Malcolm 5 (4) 01, 26-7

Inocybe clinic MJ 1 (3) 98, 7

Inocybe calospora MJ 7 (4) 03, 21

Inonotus species MJ 5 (3) 01, 16-17

International perspectives Martin Lewy 3 (2) 99, 29

Internet. Foraying on the Tony Mileman 3 (2) 99, 24-5

Invertebrates - depend on fungi Keith Alexander 3 (2) 99, 18-19

 

 

James Sowerby - Fungus connoisseur of London Henry Tribe 2 (1) 98, 22-3

See corrigendum 2 (2) 98, 14

Jelly File. Femsjonia (Ditiola) pezizaeformis MJ 2 (3) 98, 17

Jelly File. More Heterobasidiomycetes MJ 3 (3) 99, 16-17

Jersey. Recording in Nick Aubin 1 (2) 97, 6-7

Jew's Ear. Origin of name Ray Bray 6 (4) 02, 15

Junior Mushroom Artist of the Month:

Jennifer Bright (7) 3 (4) 99, 29

Melodie Bright (5) 4 (1) 00, 28

Tamsin Dare (10) 5 (3) 01, 25

Natasha Davies 2 (1) 98, 29

Kitti Edwards (4) 2 (2) 98, 29

Kitti Edwards (7) 4 (2) 00, 27

Adam Gamaz (6) 4 (3) 00, 27

John Gascoigne (10) 2 (4) 98, 27

Isabella Gent (6) 1 (4) 98, 29

Abbi Harrison (13) 8 (2) 04, 27

Jordan Hawkins (10) 7 (2) 03, 25

Becky Lambson (5) 2 (3) 98, 27

Brodie Lovatt (8) 6 (1) 02, 25

Laura Milsom (15) 6 (2) 02, 25

Oliver Revett (4) 4 (4) 00, 27

Georgina Rollings (10) 3 (2) 99, 27

Debbie Wyndham (6) 3 (1) 99, 27

 

Kees Ulje, Dutch Mycologist. Obituary Patrick Ruch 8 (3) 04, 20-1

Kerry Robinson's Year Kerry Robinson 7 (3) 03, 20-1 7 (2) 03, 8-9 7 (1) 03, 16-18

Kerry Robinson. A foray in July Kerry Robinson 1 (3) 98, 27

Kerry Robinson. Fungi from the Holkham area Kerry Robinson 5 (1) 01, 22-23

Kerry Robinson. Spring fungi along the roadside Kerry Robinson 6 (2) 02, 4-7

Kerry Robinson. Fungi in winter Kerry Robinson 4 (2) 00, 4-6

Kerry Robinson. Looking for vernals Kerry Robinson 4 (2) 00, 16-17

 

 

Laccaria - the eucalyptus factor Jeff Benn 4 (3) 00, 9

Lawn fungi. Unseasonal appearances MJ 2 (2) 98, 7

Lentinaceae - an uncomfortable grouping? MJ 3 (4) 99, 14-15

Lentinus tigrinus in barrels Linda Worrall 3 (2) 99, 10

in Notts (letter) Mary Hawkins 3 (2) 99, 30

in the woods Jonathan Revett 3 (1) 99, 7

Letter from America (Kansas/Hampshire twinning) Ron Meyers &/or Graham Mattock

8 (4) 04, 16-19 8 (3) 04, 24-6 8 (2) 04, 16-20 8 (1) 04, 20-23 7 (4) 03, 18-19 7 (3) 03, 16-18 7 (2) 03, 20-22 7 (1) 03, 20-22 6 (4) 02, 18-20 6 (3) 02, 18-19 6 (2) 02, 16-18 6 (1) 02, 18-19

5 (4) 01, 18-19 5 (3) 01, 18-20 5 (2) 01, 18-21 5 (1) 01, 18-20 4 (4) 00, 16-19 4 (3) 00, 10-11

4 (2) 00, 10-11 4 (1) 00, 20-1,25 3 (4) 99, 16-18 3 (3) 99, 20-21

Letters to the Editor 8 (3) 04, 29-30 8 (2) 04, 28-30 8 (1) 04, 28-30 7 (4) 03, 28-30 7 (3) 03, 29-30 7 (2) 03, 30 7 (1) 03, 29-30 6 (4) 02, 28-30 6 (3) 02, 30 6 (2) 02, 30 6 (1) 02, 28-30

5 (4) 01, 28-30 5 (3) 01, 28-30 5 (2) 01, 29-30 5 (1) 01, 29-30 4 (4) 00, 30-1 4 (3) 00, 30-1

4 (2) 00, 31 4 (1) 00, 29-31 3 (4) 99, 30-1 3 (3) 99, 30-1 3 (2) 99, 30-1 3 (1) 99, 30-1 2 (4) 98, 30-1 2 (3) 98, 31 2 (2) 98, 33-5 2 (1) 98, 32-5 1 (4) 98, 34-5 1 (3) 98, 35

1 (2) 97, 24-5

Leucoagaricus pinguipes. Rare Find in Norfolk T.W.Dove 5 (2) 01, 24

London. Foraying in Andy Overall 8 (1) 04, 16-18

Longstanton sports day drama. “Deadly mushroom picked up” MJ 2 (3) 98, 27

Lycoperdon echinatum question of habit? MJ 1 (4) 98, 18-19

Lyme disease Tony Mileman 3 (3) 99, 4-5

 

Macrolepiota rhacodes - immortal? MJ 6 (1) 02, 15

Magic mushrooms. Irresponsible promotion of MJ 4 (1) 00, 14-15

Matters of Microscopic Importance

Cystidia MJ 8 (4) 04, 26-30; 2 (4) 98, 20-21

Cystidia MJ 8 (3) 04, 22-23; 2 (3) 98, 20-21

Cystidia MJ 2 (2) 98, 16-17

Examining spores MJ 8 (2) 04, 22-24; 2 (1) 98, 12-14

Spore sizes Jack Marriott 2 (1) 98, 14

Microscope slides and other accessories MJ 8 (1) 04, 26-7; 1 (4) 98, 12-14

Microscopy MJ 7 (2) 03, 26-8

Mycelium and hyphae MJ 3 (1) 99, 20-21

Using the microscope MJ 7 (4) 03, 22-3

The substage and lighting MJ 7 (3) 03, 26-8; 1 (2) 97, 10-12

The microscope MJ 1 (3) 98, 12-14; 1 (1) 97, 10-12

Meinhard Moser. Obituary MJ 7 (1) 03, 19

Melanogaster ambiguus (Stinking slime truffle) Christine Oswald, Alan Brickstock 2 (1) 98, 7

Melanotus species Graham Mattock 3 (2) 99, 8-9

on your doormat Tony Carter 3 (1) 99, 26

Melbourn Mushroom Club: Le jour de champignons Hélène Davies 2 (4) 98, 22-23

Meripilus giganteus Archie McAdam 6 (3) 02, 24

Microfungi Alan Legg 7 (2) 03, 4-5

Microfungi MJ 7 (2) 03, 16-17

Models of Fungi. Making them Eileen Chattaway 6 (2) 02, 26-7

Morchellaceae . Simple key MJ 1 (1) 97, 18

Morchella conica . Eruption on new top soil MJ 1 (3) 98, 5

Morels in Rutland Linda Worrall 2 (4) 98, 8-9

Mushroom Art (in French Alps) Suzanne Boon 4 (3) 00, 7

Mushroom growing at home Ann Miller 2 (4) 98, 29

Mycologue. The catalogue for mushroom collectors MJ 4 (1) 00, 9

Myriostoma coliforme fall and rise MJ 1 (2) 97, 21

found in Jersey (letter) Nick Armstrong 1 (2) 97, 24-5

Myxomycetes Vernon Marsden 1 (1) 97, 13

 

 

Name changes. Please not again MJ 6 (4) 02, 8-12

Name changes MJ 7 (4) 03, 6; 5 (4) 01, 14

Name changes. Why David Hawksworth 1 (3) 98, 16-19

Name changes MJ and David Mitchel 7 (1) 03, 14-15

Name changes: the Coprinus matter Henry Tribe 6 (1) 02, 14-15

Names. Common names, the case against Jack Marriott 5 (2) 01, 6-7

in praise of MJ 5 (2) 01, 26-7

the question of Maurice Rotheroe 4 (4) 00, 25-6

US Committee to explore MJ 4 (3) 00, 18

Names debate (plus letter) MJ (Richard Shotbolt) 8 (2) 04, 21, 30

The example of moths Peter Marren 5 (4) 01, 8-9

Names. English MJ 6 (4) 02, 14

Fungus Conservation Forum Alan Legg 5 (3) 01, 8-9

National Biodiversity Network MJ 2 (2) 98, 22-3

Windows based recorder MJ 2 (3) 98, 8-9

Initiation MJ 5 (4) 01, 12

News MJ 5 (1) 01, 21

What is it? MJ 7 (2) 03, 29

Conference 2004 MJ 8 (4) 04, 5-6; 8 (2) 04, 12

Recorder 2000 MJ 3 (4) 99, 4

Seminar - access to data MJ 8 (1) 04, 19

Third conference 2003 MJ 7 (4) 03, 7

New Agaric Checklist and British Records Analysis MJ, Roy Watling 7 (1) 03, 12-13

Evaluations 7 (1) 03, 26-7

New Forest Ban (on picking) MJ 1 (1) 97, 14

News Items MJ 6 (3) 02, 12; 6 (2) 02, 12, 5 (2) 01, 14; 4 (2) 00, 8

News snippets MJ 3 (2) 99, 20-21, 23; 2 (3) 98, 22

Norfolk Fungus Study Group. Formation Tony Leech 4 (4) 00, 24

North American Mycological Association MJ 1 (3) 98, 9

letter Kenneth Cochran, Exec.Sec.NAMA 1 (3) 98, 35

North Eastern Fungus Study Group Alan Legg 3 (2) 99, 22-3

Nyctalis parasitica MJ 2 (3) 98, 28

 

Oak polypore ( Piptoporus quercinus ) MJ (Peter Roberts, English Nature) 6 (3) 02, 20-23

Old books and righteous fungi Graham Mattock 5 (2) 01, 4-5

Old seeds, nuts and husks. Fungi of Alan Frederikson 1 (1) 97, 16-17

Oudemansiella mucida in spring MJ 1 (2) 97, 5

 

Painting fungi Lorna Minton 5 (1) 01, 16-17

Panellus stipticus Survey Alan Legg 3 (2) 99, 7

Partington Smith's Diary (in 'Contents' under

Worthington in Vols 1& 2) MJ 5 (1) 01, 10-11

4 (4) 00, 10-11 4 (3) 00, 12-13 4 (2) 00, 12-13 4 (1) 00, 10-11 3 (3) 99, 12-13 3 (2) 99, 12-13

3 (1) 99, 12-13 2 (4) 98, 12-13 2 (3) 98, 12-13 2 (2) 98, 12-13 2 (1) 98, 10-11 1 (4) 98, 10-11

1 (3) 98, 10-11 1 (2) 97, 8-9 1 (1) 97, 8-9

Peziza ampliata and bark chippings MJ 1 (3) 98, 21

Peziza proteana var sparassoides Jim Christou 2 (1) 98, 21

Pezizales - a passion for MJ 5 (2) 01, 16-17

Phallus hadriani: a Dutchman named de Jonghe MJ, Eli Schaechter 6 (1) 02, 26-7

Pharmacognosy of fungal kingdom Dennis Drehmel 2 (1) 98, 4-6

Photography. Learning of fungi through Margaret Earle 3 (4) 99, 6-7

Phytophthora ramorum - next woodland doomsday? MJ 8 (1) 04, 14

with looseleaf survey form

spread in USA MJ 8 (2) 04, 12

Picking..... John Roberts 1 (2) 97, 20-21

Picking - in court? MJ 1 (1) 97, 6

see also Commercial picking & Code of conduct

Pink Waxcap

Case for survey Liz Holden 5 (2) 01, 8

Distribution (letter) Audrey Grimshaw 5 (1) 01, 29

Survey Plantlife 6 (3) 02, 8

Planned Jenny Duckworth 5 (4) 01, 15

Piptoporus quercinus, the Oak Polypore MJ (Peter Roberts) 6 (3) 02, 20-23

Piptoporus quercinus survey MJ 7 (2) 03, 23; leaflet

Plantlife. County Flowers Project Plantlife 6 (2) 02, 23

Poisoning case registry MJ 3 (3) 99, 28-9

Mycologists and the medical community Marilyn Shaw (N.Am.Myc.Assn) 2 (3) 98, 24-5

Polypores. Naming them Tom Volk 2 (2) 98, 26-8

Poronia punctata (Nail Fungus) MJ 4 (1) 00, 12-13

Preserving harvested mushrooms John Rahart (N.Am.Myc.Assn) 3 (4) 99, 24-8

Psathyrella gracilis - a case for careful scrutiny MJ 1 (4) 98, 24-5

Pseudohydnum gelatinosum - a treat to discover MJ 3 (4) 99, 18

Psilocybe MJ 6 (4) 02, 26-7

Public Liability Insurance MJ 8 (3) 04, 10; 8 (2) 04,10; 7 (3) 03, 14-15 7 (2) 03, 15 6 (4) 02, 21 6 (3) 02, 9 6 (2) 02, 14 3 (3) 99, 15 3 (2) 99, 11 1 (1) 97, 23

Purbeck fungi Ken Roberts 5 (3) 01, 26-7

 

Radiation danger in European fungi MJ 4 (3) 00, 24-5

Radioactive elements in macrofungi Olivier Daillant 4 (4) 00, 20-23

Rapamune from Easter I. An immunosuppressant fungus MJ 2 (4) 98, 15

Recorder 2000 Stuart Ball 4 (3) 00, 28-9

Records. How real are yours? MJ 8 (4) 04, 4

Red data fungi. Are lists reliable? MJ, Peter Marren 5 (4) 01, 20-23

Reproduction of fungi Gordon Dickson 1 (2) 97, 4-5

Rhizomorphs MJ 1 (2) 97, 18

Rubbish heaps Nigel Parsons 4 (3) 00, 16-17

Russula. Guaiac reaction key. Mario Tortelli 8 (4) 04, 8-11

Russula. Chemical reactions: ferrous sulphate, ammonia, phenol, sulphovanillin MJ 8 (2) 04, 6-9

Russula and the slug Malacolimax tenellus Liz Biles 7 (3) 03, 22-3

Rutland morel experience Linda Worrall 2 (4) 98, 8-9

 

Saints. Fungi after (Old books and righteous fungi) Graham Mattock 5 (2) 01, 4-5

Schizophyllum commune. Scaremongering? MJ 6 (1) 02, 20-22

Scleroderma species MJ 7 (3) 03, 19

Scleroderma and Xerocomus parasiticus MJ 7 (4) 03, 12

Sclerotiniaceae. Springtime treats: Ciboria amentacea MJ 4 (1) 00, 17

Sclerotinia tuberosa MJ 4 (1) 00, 17

Slug survey Liz Biles 7 (3) 03, 22-3

repellent in Clitopilus prunulus MJ 7 (1) 03, 7

S.E.Scotland Fungus Group. A potted history Adrian Newton 1 (4) 98, 26-7

Sparassis crispa and laminosa MJ 2 (1) 98, 21; 15

(see also Peziza proteana var sparassoides )

Species Dictionary (electronic) MJ (Charles Hussey, John Tweddle) 8 (4) 04, 20-21

Spelling games MJ 4 (4) 00, 8-9

Spring fungi of medical worth MJ 4 (1) 00, 25

Stephanospora caroticolor , the Carrot Red Truffle, a rarity discovered in Somerset MJ 3 (4) 99, 19

Stephanospora caroticolor - a rare discovery MJ, Anne Hargrove 4 (1) 00, 16

Stereums MJ 4 (1) 00, 4-5

Stipitate hydnums in England Peter Marren 5 (3) 01, 14-15

Surveys start to bite Peter Marren 5 (1) 01, 6-9

In Scotland: call for information Adrian Newton 3 (1) 99, 6

Suffolk. Fungus hunting Kerry Robinson 8 (3) 04, 4-7

 

Teratological forms Paul Hamlyn 5 (4) 01, 4-5

Thelephora species. Fabulous fans MJ 6 (2) 02, 28-9

Transylvania in the spring Justin Smith 6 (1) 02, 16-17

Tremellaceae - some identity problems MJ 5 (1) 01, 4-5

Tremiscus helvelloides Ted Blackwell 1 (2) 97, 16-17

Truffle harvesting in England; truffle facts MJ 7 (3) 03, 10-11

Truffle. Stinking slime T ( Melanogaster ambiguus ) Christine Oswald, Alan Brickstock 2 (1) 98, 7

Truffle tale MJ 8 (4) 04, 12

Truffles, white. Secret of growing MJ 3 (4) 99, 5

 

Vernon Marsden. Obituary MJ 2 (3) 98, 10

Verpa conica . Is it rare? Sheila Wells 2 (3) 98, 16

Veteran Trees English Nature 1 (3) 98, 8-9

Vice-counties. Their meaning and purpose Nick Hodgetts 1 (3) 98, 6-7

Vice-county maps - regional survey maps MJ 1 (1) 97, 6

Volvariella speciosa. Rise and rise of Sheila Wells 2 (1) 98, 8-9

English names of (letter) Henry Tribe 2 (2) 98, 34

 

Water-colours of fungi Lorna Minton 1 (1) 97, 21

Waxcaps of Scotland Liz Holden 5 (1) 01, 26-7

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