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Colorado Mycological Society
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  • Jan262017

    An Overview of Mushroom Poisonings in North America

    Since agreeing to chair the NAMA Toxicology Committee in the summer of 2003, I have scanned the over 1,700 reports…

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  • Jan262017

    Mushroom Toxins

    Many people take up mushroom hunting in order to find mushrooms to eat. Eating mushrooms is called Mycophagy. To learn…

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  • Oct012016

    October 2016 | Newsletter

    October 2016 October Meeting: Monday October 10th (second Monday in October) Denver Botanic Gardens – Gates Hall Annual COOK AND…

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  • Oct012016

    Mushroom Of The Month – Tricholoma magnivelare

    Tricholoma magnivelare Order: Agaricales Family Tricholomataceae Genus: Tricholoma Common Name: Matsutake meaning Pine Mushroom Prized by the Japanese and Chinese…

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  • Oct012016

    How to Collect Mushrooms: A Guide to Interesting Equipment

    By Ellen Jacobson Editor’s note – With holiday season approaching I thought it might be nice to put some foraging…

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  • Mar012010

    March 2010 Newsletter

    Next Meeting March 8th, 2010 President’s Column March 2010 Topic for the March meeting The first meeting of 2010 kicks…

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  • Mar012010

    What is a Life Box and who is Paul Stamets, anyway?

    What is a Life Box and who is Paul Stamets, anyway? By Marilyn Shaw Our friend, and colleague, Paul Stamets,…

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  • Mar012010

    Chanterelles & Shipping

    By Ellen Jacobson My Lake Tahoe brother, Jim, called me a few weeks ago and said he had just received…

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  • Sep032007

    Thirty plus Years of Mushroom Poisoning

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    A Summary of the Approximately 2,000 Reports in the NAMA Case Registry By Michael W. Beug, Marilyn Shaw, and Kenneth W. Cochran…

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  • Sep032007
    1st Place - Mika Kodama-Douglas

    2006: A Banner Year for Rocky Mountain Mushrooms

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    By Debbie Viess Reprinted with permission from “Mushroom, The Journal of Wild Mushrooming”, Winter 2007, pp. 17-19. Ms. Viessʼ essay originally appeared…

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  • Aug032007

    Cleansing Agent? Try Mushrooms

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    From: Center of Faculty Development, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, Downtown Denver Newsletter: Latitude Winter 2006…

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  • Aug032007

    BRING EM BACK ALIVE!

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    By Vera Evenson, Curator RosaLee Brace, Volunteer Some suggestions for collecting mushrooms for further study and identification from the Herbarium…

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  • Jul032007

    Morel Marauding Motorcyclist’s

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    By William Windsor There were three of them. They wore leather and ballistic nylon garments reinforced with strategically placed body…

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  • Jun032007

    Buena Vista King Boletus Festival

    By Ellen Jacobson The Buena Vista King Boletus Festival was started 12 years ago by a local resident, Jim Sanford,…

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  • Apr032007

    Fancy fungus fetches $160,406

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    From Rocky Mountain News, 11-15-06, by-line Associated Press. HONG KONG — A Hong Kong property tycoon and his wife reportedly paid…

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  • Apr032007

    Crested Butte Wild Mushroom Festival | Putting the Fun Back in Fungi

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    by Bernie Seward Mark your calendars for the Crested Butte Wild Mushroom Festival which will be held Thursday-Sunday, August 16-19,…

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  • Mar032007

    Adopt a Mushroom

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    by Ellen Jacobson I would like to form small groups for the study of some of the genera of Colorado…

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  • Aug042004

    SporesAfield Newsletter | August 2004

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    Highlights Featured Articles   DownloadTo access this post, you must be a member of The Colorado Mycological Society. Please purchase…

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  • Jul042004

    SporesAfield Newsletter | July 2004

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    Highlights Featured Articles   Download Missing…. TBC…To access this post, you must be a member of The Colorado Mycological Society.…

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  • Jun042004

    SporesAfield Newsletter | June 2004

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    Highlights Featured Articles   DownloadTo access this post, you must be a member of The Colorado Mycological Society. Please purchase…

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