[Mycology] Re: content of Mycology Digest, Vol 16, Issue 8

geis.pa from pg.com via mycology%40net.bio.net (by geis.pa from pg.com)
Thu Oct 19 19:22:39 EST 2006


Are you sufficiently funded to pursue molecular ID (e.g. via Accugenic) or 
other less traditional means of id?




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Today's Topics:

   1. fungi identification (fuskay)


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Date: 19 Oct 2006 02:15:45 -0700
From: "fuskay" <fuskay from gmail.com>
Subject: [Mycology] fungi identification
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hi,
i need help!!!! this is about fungal identification... i have to
identify lots of soil fungi that will be (and has been) isolated from
soil using soil dilutions into DRBA and PDA ...i have got lots of
unidentified ones already... for example although its relatively easy
to identify the zygomycetes i could not identify a few isolates of
cunninghamella... i think i need a monograph for this ;) " A monograph
of Cunninghamella. Mycotaxon 80: 1-75. 2001" would be a solution.....an
other example is an other  coenocytic fungi with red sporangiums and
with cueniform (or something like that this was the nearest description
from dictionary of fungi that fits the shape of their conidia)
sporangiospores .

so i really need help  if there is anybody interested with (of course
not only interested but also studying)  fungi  who has such
morphologically identification guides (anything that can be send via
e-mail)...and may be through directly with his/her knowledge...

funda oskay;)



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