MyCoPortal Projects

Fungi Across the World: Historic

Managers: Not defined

As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), knowledge of the fungal flora of the Earth is likely far from being complete. The checklists presented here represent historic published accounts or list of species authored by mycologists who described large numbers of taxa or are known for collecting in a particular regions of the World. Acknowledged here are the considerable contributions that the mycologists associated with these lists made toward a more comprehensive accounting of the diversity of macrofungal species across the globe.

Fungi of North America: Historic

Managers: Not defined

As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), knowledge of the fungal flora of the United States is likely far from being complete. The checklists presented here represent historic published accounts or list of species authored by mycologists who described large numbers of taxa from North America. Acknowledged here are the considerable contributions that the mycologists associated with these lists made toward a more comprehensive accounting of the diversity of macrofungal species within North America.

Macrofungi Across the World: Countries

Managers: Not defined

 As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), the checklists presented here are likely far from being complete. These checklists, therefore, are works in progress and should be considered contributions toward a more comprehensive accounting of the worldwide diversity of macrofungal species.

Macrofungi of North America: Groups

Managers: Not defined

As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), the checklists presented here are likely far from being complete. These checklists, therefore, are works in progress, and should be considered contributions toward a more comprehensive accounting of the diversity of macrofungal species within North America.

Macrofungi of North America: Local

Managers: Not defined

As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), the checklists presented here are likely far from being complete. These checklists, therefore, are works in progress and should be considered contributions toward a more comprehensive accounting of the diversity of macrofungal species within North America.

Macrofungi of North America: Regions

Managers: Not defined

As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), the checklists presented here are likely far from being complete. These checklists, therefore, are works in progress and should be considered contributions toward a more comprehensive accounting of the diversity of macrofungal species within North America.

Microfungi Across the World: Countries

Managers: Not defined

As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), the checklists presented here are likely far from being complete. These checklists, therefore, are works in progress and should be considered contributions toward a more comprehensive accounting of the worldwide diversity of microfungal species.

Microfungi of North America: Regions

Managers: Not defined
As perhaps only 5% of the total diversity of fungal species on Earth have been described (Hawksworth D.L. Mycological Research 105:1422-1432), the checklists presented here are likely far from being complete. These checklists, therefore, are works in progress and should be considered contributions toward a more comprehensive accounting of the diversity of macrofungal species within North America.