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Macrofungi General Poster

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This is a didactic poster that may be useful and that includes the most important characteristics of higher fungi (Also called macrofungi or macromycetes).

Edible Mushrooms Poster

In this section you can find a downloadable poster on "Edible mushrooms from the forests of Chile" with photographs of the main edible wild species.

Sustainable Mushroom Harvesting

This document includes relevant information on the sustainable collection of edible wild mushrooms (HSC) to contribute to the conservation of the forest and its better use.

Diversity of the Genus Mycena

Here you can find photographs of 12 species of the genus Mycena present in Chile.

Fungi and Lichens

Some beautiful photographs of fungi and lichens by our mycophotographers.

Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes

Microscopic differences between Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes fungi.

Glossary of terms used in General Mycology

Prepared by the prominent mycologist, Dr. Meike Piepenbring (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main).

Cyttaria genus infographic in Chile
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This infographic shows the Cyttaria species present in Chile and which species of the Nothofagaceae family parasitizes.

Showy mushrooms of Nonguén National Park

In this poster you can see the photographs of the most striking species of the Nonguén NP.

Sclerophyllous Forest Mushrooms

In this poster you can see the photographs of some species that can be found in the Sclerophyllous Forest of Central Chile.

Edible and toxic mushrooms of the Nonguén National Park

In this poster you can see the photographs of edible and toxic species of the Nonguén NP.

Wild Edible Mushrooms

In this diptych are some of the edible wild mushroom species present in the Chilean native forest.

Chile Native Edible Wild Mushroom Infographic
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This infographic shows the edible wild species that can be found in Chilean forests.

Do you know what organisms make up a lichen and their function?

Infographic showing the organisms that interact to form a completely different being known by the name of lichen.

How to differentiate an Amanita from an Agaricus and prevent poisoning?

Edible Agaricus species are often confused with poisonous Amanita . With this infographic you can differentiate them.

The enigmatic complex of Cortinarius magellanicus

This infographic shows the species that are part of the Cortinarius magellanicus complex in Chile and Oceania.

Infographic about the types of shapes that sporocarps present

This infographic shows the different forms of the sporocarps or fruiting bodies, also known as the mushrooms of the fungi.

Interactions between fauna and mycorrhizal fungi

Infographic based on the study by Vasutová et al. (2019) Taxi drivers: the role of animals in transporting mycorrhizal fungi.

Spore prints colours

This diagram shows the technical names according to the color of the spore print.

Genera of Myxomycetes

This poster shows the types of sporomas that occur in the genera of Myxomycetes.

Nomenclature "aff." and "cf."

This infographic explains what the nomenclatures "aff." and "cf." and how they are used in taxonomy.

Spore types of representative genera

This poster shows examples of spores of some genera according to their functional group.

Infographic on three things you should know about mushrooms

Infographic prepared by Valentina Ilustradora on three important aspects about mushrooms.

Classification of the subgenera of the genus Cortinarius

This infographic shows the main characteristics to subdivide the Cortinarius genus into subgenera.

Photographic guide to mushrooms
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In this photographic guide you will find a selection of the most striking mushrooms in Chile.

Saprotrophic fungi in Senda Darwin
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This poster is a compilation of the saprotrophic fungi that can be found at the Senda Darwin Biological Station.

Fungi in Huilo Huilo
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In this poster you can see the diversity of fungi in Huilo Huilo.

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