Author Archives: Ethan Crenson

Spring 2019

Greg Thorn and Cyphelloid Fungi by Leah Krauss
Indian Style Curried Lactarius in Coconut Milk by Dennis Aita
Thai Curry Lactarius in Coconut Milk by Juniper Perlis
Stepping Up Your Mushroom Game: 10 Surprising Ways iNaturalist Can Help by Sigrid Jakob
Who’s in a Name? by John Dawson
Appalachian Fungi: A Field Guide by Walter E. Sturgeon review by Tom Bigelow
Mycommentary by Ethan Crenson
Notes from the 2019 Business Meeting

EMIL LANG LECTURE SERIES FOR 2019

The NYMS Emil Lang Lectures for 2019 will be held on Monday nights, from 6:00-8:00, at the Central Park Arsenal. The entrance is just off 5th Ave. at 64th St.

The Arsenal, Central Park
830 5th Ave., Rm 318 (@ 64th St.)
New York, NY 10065

The lectures are free and open to the public.

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February 25th
Else Vellinga
“Fungal Conservation”

Else Vellinga is a mycologist who is interested in naming and classifying mushroom species in California and beyond, especially Parasol mushrooms. She has described 22 species as new for California, and most recently worked at the herbaria at University of California at Berkeley and San Francisco State University for the Macrofungi and Microfungi Collections Digitization projects. She got her training at the National Herbarium in the Netherlands, and her PhD at the University of Leiden, also in the Netherlands. The main motivation for her taxonomic work is that it lays the basis for efforts to include mushroom species in nature management and conservation plans. She has proposed a number of Californian and Hawaiian species for the IUCN global database of endangered species. She tries to keep current with the mushroom literature. And lastly, Else is an avid knitter and likes to use mushroom dyed yarn for her creations. She lives with her two cats in Berkeley, California.

Greg Thorn

March 25th
Greg Thorn
“Explorations of Cyphelloid Fungi (and other Wee Mushrooms) in the Molecular Age”

Greg Thorn grew up in London, Ontario and became interested in natural history through the family garden, long summer vacations, and the local Field Naturalists group. Six summers as a naturalist in Algonquin Park built on this and introduced him to the world of mushrooms and other fungi. Mushroom forays of the Mycological Society of Toronto and NAMA were an important part of his training, where he met and learned from the likes of Gary Lincoff, Ron Petersen, Alex Smith, and many more. Writing the checklist of Algonquin Park macrofungi led Thorn to consult experts from Richard Korf to Jim Ginns and Scott Redhead, all of whom encouraged him to further studies of fungi. His graduate studies were at the University of Guelph (with George Barron) and the University of Toronto (with David Malloch), followed by positions in Japan, Michigan, Indiana, Wyoming, and finally back to London as a faculty member in the Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario. Thorn’s research is focused on the impact of disturbance on the diversity of mushroom fungi, and systematics of mushroom fungi generally.

Rod Tulloss

April 29th
Rod Tulloss
“Amanita with a Hand Lens and the Naked Eye: Communicating About Unfamiliar Finds Using the Seven Sections Recognized by Dr. Cornelis Bas”

Rod Tulloss has specialized in Amanitaceae for 42 years, having been mentored by the late Dr. Cornelis Bas (Leiden). His research is available through an expanding, open-access, on-line monograph, “Studies in the Amanitaceae” founded by him and co-edited with Dr. Zhu L. Yang (Kunming). The site treats over 1,050 taxa and includes a peer-reviewed e-journal (“Amanitaceae”) restricted to research associated with the herbarium and/or its staff. He is currently working on Amanita sect. Vaginatae for North America; the Boston Harbor Islands fungal inventory; providing support for individuals and clubs working on Amanita sequences via North American Mycoflora grants; providing interactions and teaching moments on mushroomobserver.org and on the Amanita of North America facebook group, etc. He maintains an extensive private herbarium of world Amanitaceae.

Visit his website: http://www.amanitaceae.org/

May 20th
Nova Patch
“Urban Lichens of New York City”

Nova Patch is an amateur lichenologist focusing on the urban lichens of NYC and curator of the open data project Lichens of New York City on iNaturalist. They are a regular speaker on diverse topics ranging from lichenology to emoji engineering, hold a botany certificate from the New York Botanical Garden, and are a Brooklyn-residing member of the New York Mycological Society. Nova will lead a city lichen walk the weekend following their talk.

Winter 2019

Microbia: A Journey into the Unseen World Around You by Eugenia Bone reviewed by Mical Moser
How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan reviewed by Leah Krauss
Green-Wood Cemetery: A Place for the Dead That Teems with Life by Sigrid Jakob
The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins reviewed by William May
The Mushroom Fan Club by Elise Gravel reviewed by Mac Crenson
Mushrooms: A Natural and Cultural History by Nicholas P. Money reviewed by Matt Gardner
Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation by Tradd Cotter reviewed by Craig Trester

High Rock Park, Staten Island – 12/22/2018

NYMS Pop-Up Walk, High Rock Park, Staten Island 12/22/2018
The final walk of 2018! 4 hr walk, ~15 people attending. Seasonably cold and clear one day following a 60 degree day with rains producing flash flood warnings. >80 species so far.

* New to park
**New to city

ASCOMYCETES

Anteaglonium globosum
Apiosporina morbosa
Ascocoryne sp.
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Bisporella citrina
Camillea punctulata
Camillea tinctor
Chlorosplenium chlora
Cosmospora sp.
Creosphaeria sassafras
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype stigma
Diatrype virescens
Eutypa limaeformis
Eutypa spinosa
Graphostroma platystomum
Helminthosporium cf. velutinum
Hypoxylon fragiforme
Hypoxylon howeanum
Hypoxylon rubiginosum
Immotthia atrograna
Lasiosphaeria ovina
Melanogramma gyrosum (Endothia gyrosa)
Mollisia sp.
Nectria cinnabarina
Nitschkia broomeana
Nitschkia confertula
Phaeocalicium polyporaeum
Rosellina subiculata
Whalleya microplaca
Xylaria liquidambris

CORAL & CLUB FUNGI

Multoclavula mucida

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Botryobasidium sp.
*Byssocorticium alkalivirens
Hymenochaetopsis olivacea (Hydnochaete olivacea)
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Phlebia incarnata
Phlebia tremellosa
*Phlebiopsis crassa (Phanerochaete crassa)
Plicaturopsis crispa
Radulodon copelandii
Stereum complicatum
Stereum ostrea
Xylobolus frustulatus

CYPHELLOID FUNGI

Merismodes anomala

GASTEROMYCETES

Lycoperdon pyriforme

GILLED FUNGI

Armillaria mellea (rhizomorphs)
Flammulina velutipes
Galerina marginata
Hypholoma fasciculare
Hypholoma lateritium
Lentinellus ursinus
Mycena sp.
Panellus stipticus
Phyllotopsis nidulans
Resupinatus applicatus
Schizophyllum commune

JELLY FUNGI

Auricularia angiospermarum (Auricularia Americana)
Exidia glandulosa
Exidia recisa
Myxarium nucleatum
Tremella aurantia
Unidentified jellies (Dacryopinax? Calocera?)

POLYPORES

Cerioporus squamosa (Polyporus squamosus)
Ceriporia spissa
Cerrena unicolor
Daedaleopsis confragosa
Ganoderma applanatum
Ganoderma curtisii
Irpex lacteus
Ischnoderma resinosum
Laetiporus cincinnatus (old)
Lentinus brumalis (Polyporus brumalis)
Neofavolus alveolaris
Phellinus robiniae
Postia livens (Postia caesia)
Trametes betulina (Lenzites betulina)
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes versicolor
Trametes sp. (T. lactinea?)
Trichaptum biforme
Tyromyces chioneus

ATRACTIELLOMYCETES

Leucogloea compressa

MYXOMYCETES

Hemetrichia sp.
Lycogola epidendrum
Metatrichia vesparium
Other unidentified myxos

Prospect Park – 12/15/2018

Prospect Park 12/15/2018
About 15 people attending. Seasonably cool, a little drizzly and had rained on and off previous day and evening. >60 species so far.
*=new to park
**=new to city

ASCOMYCETES

Ascocoryne cylichnium
Biscogniauxia marginata
Bisporella citrina
Camillea tinctor
Chlorosplenium chlora
Coniochaeta ligniaria
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype stigma
Eutypa spinosa
Eutypella spp.
Helminthosporium cf. velutina
Hydropisphaeria peziza?
Hypocrea “gelatinosa” grp.
Hypcorea rufa
Hypoxylon howeanum
Hypoxylon rubiginosum
Lachnum virgineum
Melogramma gyrosum (Endothia gyrosa)
Mollisia sp.
Nectria cinnabarina
Nectria sp.
Nitschkia broomeana
Nitschkia confertula
Phaeocalicium polyporaeum
Sphaerosporium lignatile
Whalleya microplaca

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Byssomerulius corium
Chondrostereum purpureum
Hymenochaetopsis olivacea (Hydnochaete olivacea)
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Peniophora incarnata
Phlebia tremellosa
Plicaturopsis crispa
Stereum complicatum
Stereum ostrea
Xylobolus frustulatus

CYPHELLOID FUNGI

Henningsomyces candidus
Merismodes anomola
Merismodes fasciculata

GASTEROMYCETES

Lycoperdon pyriforme

GILLED FUNGI

Armillaria melea (rhizomorph)
Clitocybe nuda
Coprinellus micaceus
Coprinellus sp. (ozonium)
Flammulina velutipes
Galerina marginata
Hohenbuehelia petaloides
Hohenbuehelia sp.
Lentinellus ursinus
Ossicaulis lignatilis
Panellus stipticus
Pleurotus ostreatus
Resupinatus applicatus
Schizophyllum commune

JELLY FUNGI

Auricularia angiospermarum
Exidia recisa
Myxarium nucleatum
Tremella aurantia

POLYPORES

Cerioporus mollis (Datronia mollis)
Cerioporus squamosus (Polyporus squamosus)
Cerrena unicolor
Daedaleopsis confragosa
Ganoderma lobatum
Irpex lacteus
Ischnoderma resinosum
Neofavolus alveolaris
Phellinus gilvus
Phellinus robiniae
Phellinus sp. (resupinate)
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes hirsuta
Trametes versicolor
Trametes sp.
Trichaptum biforme
Tyromyces chioneus

MYXOMYCETES

Lycogola epidendrum
Perichaena depressa
Physarum sp.

Inwood Hill Park – 12/9/2018

NYMS Pop-Up Walk, Inwood Hill Park, 12.9.18
A beautiful, bracing day in Inwood Hill Park! About 17 people collected nearly 100 species. The finds of the day: Arachnopeziza delicatula and Nitschkia confertula!

*= new to park
**= new to city

ASCOMYCETES

Annulohypoxylon truncatum
Anteaglonium globosum
**Arachnopeziza delicatula
Ascocoryne sp.
Berkleasmium conglobatum
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Bisporella citrina
Camillea punctulata
Chlorociboria aeruginascens
Chlorosplenium chlora
Coryne dubia
Cosmospora sp.
Creosphaeria sassafras
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype stigma
Erysiphe liriodendron
Eutypa limiformis
Eutypella leprosa
Eutypella scoparia
Hypocrea “gelatinosa” grp.
Hypoxylon fragiforme
Hypoxylon howeanum
Hypoxylon rubiginosum
Immotthia atrograna
Kretzschmaria deusta
Lachnum virgineum?
Melogrammum gyrosa (Endothia gyrosa)
Mollisia spp.
Nectria cinnabarina
Nitschkia broomeana
**Nitschkia confertula
Orbilia sp.
Phaeocalicium polyporaeum
Pseudolachnea hispidula
Psiloglonium pusillum
Whalleya microplaca
Xylaria polymorpha

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Athelia sp.
Botryobasidium aureum
Byssomerulius corium?
Corticium roseum
Hydnophlebia chrysorhiza (Phanerochaete chrysorhiza)
Hymenochaetopsis olivacea (Hydnochaete olivacea)
Hymenochaete tabacina
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Peniophora incarnata
Phlebia radiata
Phlebia tremellosa
Phlebiopsis crassa (Phanerochaete crassa)
Radulodon copelandii
Steccherinum ochraceum
Stereum complicatum
Stereum hirsutum
Stereum ostrea
Tomentella sp.
Xylobolus frustulatus

CYPHELLOID FUNGI

Henningsomyces canidus
Merismodes anomala

GASTEROMYCETES

Lycoperdon pyriforme

GILLED FUNGI

Flammulina velutipes
Galerina marginata
Gymnopus sp.
Hypholoma lateritium
Lentinellus ursinus
Mycena galericulata
Mycena inclinata
Mycena sp.
Panellus stipticus
Phyllotopsis nidulans
Pleurotus ostreatus
Psathyrella sp.
Resupinatus applicatus
Schizophyllum commune

JELLY FUNGI

Auricularia americana
Exidia recisa
Myxarium nucleatum
Tremella mesenterica

POLYPORES

Cerioporus squamous (old)
Cerioporus varius (Polyporus varius)
Cerrena unicolor
Daedaleopsis confragrosa
Ganoderma applanatum
Ganoderma curtisii
Ganoderma lobatum
Grifola frondosa
Irpex lacteus
Ischnoderma resinosum
Laetiporus sulphureus (old)
Neofavolus alveolaris
Phellinus gilvus
Phellinus robiniae
Trametes betulina (Lenzites betulina)
Trametes conchifer (Poronidulus conchifer)
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes hirstuta
Trametes versicolor
Trametopsis cervina
Trichaptum biforme

MYXOMYCETES

Hemitrichia sp.
Lycogola epidendrum
Physarum sp.

Central Park – 12/01/2018

Central Park 12/01/2018
Beautiful warm (for this season) day, about 20 people attending. Started at 96th St and walked to and through The Ravine. ~50 species
*=new to park
** new to city

ASCOMYCETES

Ascocoryne sp.
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Biscogniauxia marginata
Bisporella citrina
Camillea tinctor
Dactylospora stygia
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype stigma
Hypocrea sulphurea
Mollisia sp.
Nectria cinnabarina
Phaeocalicium polyporum
Trichopeziza “perrotioides”
Whalleya microplaca
Many black ball species calling for Ethan to no avail

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Botryobasidium aureum
Cylindrobasidium laeve
Hymenochaetopsis olivacea (Hydnochaete olivacea)
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Phlebia tremellosa
Plicaturopsis crispa
Stereum complicatum
Stereum ostrea
Xylobolus frustulatus

CYPHELLOID FUNGI

Merismodes sp. (anomala?)

GASTEROMYCETES

Crucibulum laeve
Lycoperdon perlatum
Lycoperdon pyriforme

GILLED FUNGI

Coprinellus micaceus
Entoloma sp.
Flammulina velutipes
Hypholoma lateritium
Lentinellus ursinus
Lepista nuda (Clitocybe nuda)
Mycena galericulata
Mycena spp.
Panellus stipticus
Pleurotus ostreatus
Resupinatus applicatus (? Lighter grey than usual, Paul has)
Schizophyllum commune

JELLY FUNGI

Exidia recisa

POLYPORES

Fomitopsis spraguei
Ganoderma applanatum
Ganoderma curtisii
Ganoderma sessile
Irpex lacteus
Laetiporus sulphureus (old)
Phellinus robiniae
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes versicolor
Trametes sp.
Trichaptum biforme
Tyromyces chioneus

MYXOMYCETES

Unidentified mustard-color myxo

Forest Park – 11/25/2018

Forest Park 11/25/2018
Beautiful warm (for this season) day, about 15 people attending. Heavy rain over previous night, bitter cold (teens) on Th, Thanksgiving day, and heavy snow previous Th, all of which melted in heavy rains that Fri. ~110 species so far.

*=new to park
** new to city

ASCOMYCETES

Annulohypoxylon sp.
Anteaglonium globosum
Apiosporina moribosa
*Arachnopeziza cf. aurata
Ascocoryne sp.
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Biscogniauxia marginata
Bisporella citrina
Camillea punctulata
Chlorociboria aeruginascens
Chlorosplenium chlora
Cosmospora sp.
Creosphaeria sassafras
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype stigma
Eutypa limiformis
Eutypella leprosa?
Eutypella scoparia
Hypcorea gelatinosa grp.
Hypocrea sulphurea
Hypomyces sp. (on Tyromyces)
Hyploxylon fragiforme
Hypoxylon howeanum
Hysterioid fungi (2 sp)
*Immotthia atrograna
Lachnum virgineum
Melogrammum gyrosa (Endothia gyrosa)
Mollisia spp.
Nectria cinnabarina
Orbilia sp.
Peziza sp.
Phaeocalicium polyporum
Polycephalomyces tomentosus
Propolis farinosa
Rosellinia subiculata
Rhytisma acerinum
Whalleya microplaca

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Botryobasidium aureum
Corticium roseum
*Hydnophlebia chrysorhiza (Phanerochaete chrysorhiza)
Hymenochaetopsis olivacea (Hydnochaete olivacea)
Hymenochaete tabacina
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Phlebia incarnata
Phlebia tremellosa
Plicaturopsis crispa
Punctularia strigosozonata
Radulodon copelandii
Stereum complicatum
Stereum hirsutum
Stereum ostrea
Xylobolus frustulatus

CYPHELLOID FUNGI

Henningsomyces canidus
Merismodes anomala

GASTEROMYCETES

Lycoperdon perlatum
Lycoperdon pyriforme
Phallus ravenelii
Pseudocolus fusiformis

GILLED FUNGI

Armilalaria gallica
Armillaria mellea complex
Crepidotus applanatus
Flammulina velutipes
Galerina marginata
Gymnopus cf. erythropus
Hypholoma lateritium
Lentinellus ursinus
Lepista nuda
Marasmius sp.
Mycena galericulata
Mycena melligena
Mycena spp.
Panellus stipticus
Pleurotus ostreatus
Resupinatus applicatus
Schizophyllum commune

JELLY FUNGI

Auricularia americana
Exidia recisa
Myxarium nucleatum
Tremella aurantia
Tremella foliacea
Tremella mesenterica

POLYPORES

*Cerioporia spissa
Cerrena unicolor
Daedalea quercina
Daedaleopsis confragrosa
Fomitopsis spraguei
Gloeoporus dichrous
Grifola frondosa (old)
Irpex lacteus
Ischnoderma resinosum (old, in surprisingly good shape)
Laetiporus sulphureus (old)
Neofavolus alveolaris
Phellinus gilvus
Phellinus robiniae
Porodisculus pendulus
*Rigidiporus crocatus
Trametes betulina (Lenzites betulina)
Trametes conchifer (Poronidulus conchifer
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes hirsuta
Trametes versicolor
Trametes sp.
Trichaptum biforme

MYXOMYCETES

Hemitrichia clavata
Hemitrichia serpula
Lycogola epidendrum
Metatrichia vesparium
Perichaena depressa

Pelham Bay Park – 11/17/2018

Pelham Bay Park 11/17/2018
About 15 people attending. Seasonably cold but sunny, following a 6” snow drop on Th and a day of rain yesterday. ~110 species so far.
*=new to park
**=new to city

ASCOMYCETES

Annulohypoxylon multiforme
Apiosporina morbosa
Ascocoryne cylichnium
Biscogniauxia actropunctata
Biscogniauxia marginata
Bisporella citrina
Camillea punctulata
Chlorociboria aeruginascens
Chlorosplenium chlora
Cosmospora sp.
Creosphaeria sassafras
Daldinia childiae
Diatrype stigma
Erysiphe liriodendri
Eutypa limiformis
Eutypella scoparia
Hypocrea sulphurea
Hypoxylon howeanum
Hypolxylon rubiginosum
Hysterioid sp. ?Hysterobrevium mori
Immotthia atrograna
Lachnum virgineum
Lophodermium pinastri
Melogramma gyrosum (Endothia gyrosa)
Mollisia sp.
Patellaria atrata
Peziza sp.
Phaeocalicium polyporaeum
Phomopsis sp. (on bitternut hickory twig)
Psiloglonium pusillum
Rhytisma sp.
Rosellinia subiculata
Scutellina scutellata
**Stictis radiata
Whalleya microplaca
*Xylaria longiana

CORAL & CLUB FUNGI

Clavulina sp.

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Botryobasidium sp.
Corticium roseum
Hydnophlebia chrysorhiza
Hymenochaete rubiginosum
Hymenochaete tabacina
Hymenochaetopsis olivacea
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Peniophora incarnata
Phlebia incarnata
Phlebia tremellosa
Phlebia sp.
Phlebiopsis crassa (Phanerochaete crassa)
Plicaturopsis crispa
Radulomyces copelandii
Serpula himanthioides
Stereum complicatum
Stereum ostrea
Xylobolus frustulatus

CYPHELLOID FUNGI

Merismodes anomala
Unidentified cyphelloid fungus

GASTEROMYCETES

Lycoperdon pyriforme
Scleroderma citrinum

GILLED FUNGI

Armillaria gallica
Clitocybe nuda (NOT ON Don’s List but we found it here last year- I’ll just tell him to add it)
Coprinellus micaceus
Coprinellus sp.
Flammulina velutipes
Gymnopilus sp.
Hypholoma fasciculare
Hypholoma lateritium
Lentinellus ursinus
Lentinellus sp.
Mycena galericulata
Mycena maculata
Mycena spp.
Panellus stipticus
Pholiota sp.
Pluteus cervinus
Pleurotus ostreatus
Psathyrella sp.
Resupinatus applicatus
Rhizomarasmius pyrrhocephalus
Russula sp. (blackening)
*Sarcomyxa serotina (Panellus serotinus)
Schizophyllum commune
Tubaria sp.

JELLY FUNGI

Auricularia americana
Exidia recisa
Myxarium nucleatum
Tremella aurantia

POLYPORES

Antrodia malicola
Daedeleopsis confragrosa
Ganoderma applanatum
Ganoderma curtisii
Grifola frondosa (old)
Heterobasidion annosum
Inonotus dryadeus
Irpex lacteus
Laetiporus sulphureus (old)
Phellinus robiniae
Piptoporus betulinus
Polyporus brumalis
Trametes betulina (Lenzites betulina)
Trametes cinnabarina (Pycnoporus cinnabarinus)
Trametes conchifer (Poronidulus conchifer)
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes hirsuta
Trametes versicolor
Trametes sp. (brown, glabrous, small round pores)
Trichaptum abietinum
Trichaptum biforme
Tyromyces chioneus

MYXOMYCETES

Reticularia lycoperdon
Hemetrichia sp.
Lycogola epidendrum
Metatrichia vesparium
Perichaena depressa
Unidentified yellow myxo

Greenwood Cemetery – 11/10/2018

Greenwood Cemetery, Nov. 10, 2018. More than 30 people in attendance. Temperatures in the mid 40s, blustery, strong wind gusts. There had been ample rain in the days prior to the walk. We were pleased to have Nova Patch on this walk, which accounts for the number of identified lichens on this list. Thanks Nova!

ASCOMYCETES

Daldinia childae
Diatrype stigma
Hypoxylon howeanum
Patellaria atrata

CRUSTS & PARCHMENT

Hydnochaete olivacea
Irpex lacteus
Peniophora albobadia
Peniophora cinerea
Phlebia sp.
Plicaturopsis crispa

GASTEROMYCETES

Calvatia cyathiformis
Lycoperdon sp.
Mutinus elegans
Phallus ravenelii
Scleroderma polyrhizum

GILLED FUNGI

Armillaria gallica
Chlorophyllum rachodes
Clitocybe sp.?
Conocybe apala
Coprinellus micaceus
Gymnopus erythropus
Hypholoma fasciculare
Hypholoma lateritium
Lacrymaria lacrymabunda
Lepista nuda
Pleurotus ostreatus
Psathyrella sp.?
Resupinatus applicatus
Schizophyllum commune

JELLY FUNGI

Exidia gladulosa
Exidia recisa

POLYPORES

Bjerkandera adusta
Bondarzewia berkeleyi
Ganoderma sessile
Grifola frondosa
Irpex lacteus
Trametes betulina
Trametes gibbosa
Trametes versicolor

LICHENS

Candelaria concolor
Flavoparmelia caperata
Hyperphyscia adglutinata
Lecanora strobilina
Physcia millegrana
Physcia stellaris
Physciella chloantha
Physciella melanchra
Xanthocarpia feracissima