The entire collection is divide into two groups by County and also in twenty-four smaller groups by Group of Species
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Entire Manitoulin Collection
Entire Simcoe Collection
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Click on a Group of Species below to view the related section of the entire Collection. A spreadsheet of found species organized by group is available below this table.
Open the GROUPED FUNGI page for a text list of found specimens organized by Group.
|1. Myxomycetes||13. Agrocybe, Bolbitius,and Conocybe|
|2. Ascomycetes||14. Hypholoma, Pholiota, Psilocybe and Stropharia|
|3. Hymenomycetes - Tremellales and similar||15. Coprinus, Paneolus and Psathyrella|
|4. Polypores, Stereum and similar||16. Lepiota, Agaricus and similar|
|5. Hydnellum and similar||17. Pluteus and Volvariella|
|6. Clavaria and similar||18. Amanita and Limacella|
|7. Chantarelles and similar||19. Entoloma, Clitopilus|
|8. Pleurotaceae and similar||20. Lactarius and Russulas|
|9. Hygrophoraceae||21. Gomphidius, Paxillus and similar|
|10. Tricholomas, Clitocybes and similar||22. Boletes|
|11. Collybia, Marasmius, Mycena and similar||23. Gasteromycetes|
|12. Cortinarius, Crepidotus, Galerina, Hebeloma, Inocybe and similar||24. Corticiaciales and similar|
PDF: Group Report This file needs the free Adobe Acrobat reader available at: http://get adobe.com/reader/ if it does not open.
Spreadsheet: Group List (Requires MS Excel or similar spreadsheet)
Once the group is determined you can view all the details of the specimen and often photos as well by choosing the group in the collections page.