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Mycologue Publications

canadian gov't sites


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National Research Council

Canadian Access to many journals including Canadian Journal of Botany and Canadian Journal of Microbiology - Canadians get free access to fourteen scientific journals offered by National Research Council.

National Forestry Centre - Pacific Forestry Centre

British Columbia Ectomycorrhizal Research Network (BCERN)
A web site for ectomycorrhizal research in British Columbia and home for the on-line version of: a Manual of Concise Descriptions of North American Ectomycorrhizae and the Database of Descriptions of Ectomycorrhizae

Matchmaker for Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest
Software to aid in mushroom identificatioin. This web version of Matchmaker for Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest (MMPNW) was created by Wendy Alexander, Alan Thomson and Tony Trofymow of the Canadian Forest Service with suggestions from Ian and Eli Gibson, the authors of the original MMPNW program.

Common Tree Diseases of British Columbia

Agriculture Canada and Agri-Food Canada

Frequently Asked Questions About Fungi and Mycorrhizae

Agriculture Canada - Systematic Mycology/Botany Section
The Systematic Mycology Section consists of research on Plant Disease Fungi, Fungi Resources, The Canadian Collection of Fungal Cultures (CCFC), The National Mycological Herbarium (DAOM) and provides a Fungal Identification Service. Follow their link to learn more.

Online report on Biodiversity of mycorrhizal fungi

Fungi Canadenses is a series of descriptions and illustrations of Canadian fungi

Health Canada

Fungal Contamination in Public Buildings: A Guide to Recognition and Management - PDF file

Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Requirements to Prevent the Introduction of undescribed species of Phytophthora pathogenic to Alder (Alnus spp.).

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed the presence of potato wart disease (Synchytrium endobioticum) - Potato wart disease is caused by a soil-borne fungus, Synchytrium endobioticum, that attacks the growing points on the potato plant, such as eyes, buds and stolon tips. The fungus can remain dormant in the ground for as long as 40 years or more as resting spores.

Pest Fact Sheets - List of all species - Hosts, Biology, Detection and Identification - includes many fungi

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March 2003