Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson

Oct 06, 2019

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About This Project

This project will aim to address the fundamental question, "How many
species of macrofungi exist in the Southern Rocky Mountain region?" Plants have floras. What do fungi have? Not much. At least not in North America. The Colorado Mycoflora Project is a regional contribution towards assembling a North American Mycoflora, which will document the diversity of macrofungi (mushrooms, puffballs and other fleshy fungi) on the continent.

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