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In This Issue of FUNGI
Vol. 2 No.2 : Spring 2009 : Special Issue: Ethnomycology

From the Editor
Welcome to Our Ethnomycology Issue

by Britt Bunyard

Feature Images

Some Spiritualistic Uses of Mushrooms

by Michael S. Nicholson

The Mushroom Cultivator: The Natural History and Cultivation of Huitlacoche Corn Truffles, Ustilago zeae, the Corn Smut of
Zea mays,

by Ken Litchfield

Notes from Underground: Ethnopoetics : Somapoetics,

by David Rose

Also in this Issue of FUNGI:
  • Editor’s Picks
  • Iqmik: Troubled Child of Phellinus and Nicotiana,
    by Diane Brooks Pleninger
  • The Extreme Mingo!
    by Barkha McDermith
  • Find Bob Second in our series of articles about getting lost and what to do.
    by Isabelle Schmelzer and Shawn Street

  • A Mycolegium of the Literature: Edible and Poisonous Fungi,
    by Else C. Vellinga
  • Hazards of Field Mycology: Black Bear Encounters at a
    Northern Labrador Biodiversity Camp,
    by Michael Burzynski
  • Photography: Choosing the Right Digital Camera to Meet
    Your Needs,
    by John Plischke III
  • Webwatch: Useful References, Descriptions, and Keys,
    by Michael Wood
  • Bookshelf Fungi—Reviews
    • Fungi in the Ancient World, by Frank Dugan
    • Shroom: A Cultural History of the Magic Mushroom,
      by Andy Letcher
    • Edible Wild Mushrooms of Illinois and Surrounding States
      by Joe McFarland and Gregory M. Mueller
    • Phytophthora, by Mannon E. Gallegly and Chuanxue Hong
    • Compendium of Hop Diseases and Pests ( APS Press)
    • H.G. Bronn, Ernst Haeckel, and the Origins of German Darwinism, by Sander Gliboff

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