Wood Decay Fungi Link The Living Tree To Living Soil
March 2, Saturday, 11:00 am, Curtis Memorial Library (Morrell Reading Room), 23 Pleasant St., Brunswick
The bane of many a homeowner, wood decay fungi are an integral part of forested ecosystems. In this year’s presentation for MMA, Kevin is going to delve into this topic, which happens to be his professional passion. Kevin is a plant physiologist and forest researcher with the U.S. Forest Service in Durham, NH. His research specialties include studying decay fungi and the responses of trees to storm related injuries.
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May 26 – Jun 1 … Old-growth Forest Lichens and Allied Fungi, with a Focus on Calicioids … Steven Selva and Troy McMullin
Jun 16 – 22 … Independent Study: Topics in Fungal Biology … Donald Pfister
Jul 28 – Aug 3 Mushroom Identification for New Mycophiles: Foraging for Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms … Greg Marley and Michaeline Mulvey
Aug 11 – 17 … Crustose Lichens, Accessory Fungi, and Symbiotic Transitions … Toby Spribille
Aug 18 – 24 … Mushroom Microscopy: An Exploration of the Intricate Microscopic World of Mushrooms … David Porter and Michaeline Mulvey
Sep 27 – 29 … Fall Maine Mushrooms … David Porter and Michaeline Mulvey
The following flyer has links to individual mycology seminar flyers.
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Mycena epipterygia, Dodge Point, early November 2018. A lovely pale yellow and smelling like a cucumber.
Ischnoderma resinosum, Peaks-Kenny, late October 2018. A little beyond the stage when it oozes a sweet red liquid.
By Kevin T. Smith, Ph.D, and Jessie A. Glaeser, Ph.D. This article was first published in Tree Care Industry, June 2017. It was shared by Kevin T. Smith for the fall 2018 MMA newsletter. Here are some photos from the article. To check out the original, click here.