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Tom Volk's Fungi, including mycology, molds, morels, fungus, IAQ, Indoor Air Quality and much more.
... button mushroom, pizza mushroom, portabella, or crimini. Agrocybe praecox, a common spring inhabitant of wood chips. Aleurodiscus oakesii, the oak parchment, cause of "smooth patch disease" The death angel, ... Salem Witch Trials Clavicorona pyxidata, the crown-tipped coral fungus. Clitocybe nuda, the wood blewit. Chlorophyllum molybdites, the green spored Lepiota, the most common cause of mushroom ...

Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month Pages
... Lactarius indigo, the indigo milk mushroom. May 2000 Agrocybe praecox, a common spring inhabitant of wood chips. Apr. 2000 Xylaria polymorpha, dead man's fingers. Mar. 2000 Entomophthora muscae, a fungus that ... Dec. 1998 Fungi that are necessary for a merry Christmas. Nov. 1998 Clitocybe nuda, the wood blewit. Oct. 1998 Pleurotus ostreatus, the oyster mushroom. Sep. 1998 Boletus edulis, the king ...

Tom Volk's Fungi FAQ
... Q. ... but what about the fungi growing in my bark mulch or wood chips? Can I get rid of those? A. Most of these fungi ... your lawn. Q. I have some things sticking up in my wood chips that look like upside-down carrots dipped in mud. They smell really ... a single organism? These questions remain unresolved. Q. While splitting some wood in the evening, a friend of mine found some bioluminescent fungi ( ...