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Flemming V. Larsen.
About Identification and the Use of Names
For the time being, I haven't got time to evaluate and check all the images. So I can't guarantee for the photographic quality or the proper identification. And due to the many different sources of these images, from scientific web-reports to amateur mushroom hunters - I neither can't guarantee the use of the correct species-names. Around the world there seems to be different opinion about the right use of genus and subgenus (e.g. Entoloma, Rhodophyllus and Nolanea). I'll normally places these species under only one genus name (Entoloma). If anyone know of an official and up to date online fungi taxonomy, that you think I should follow please let me know
I'm a schoolteacher and a multimedia- and web-designer. My interest for mushrooms started back in 1983. Although I'm a board member of the local Mycological Society in Eastern Jutland and have a diploma from the Danish Mycological Society, I don't consider myself a mycological expert - just a gifted amateur.
Beside this homepage I'm also maintaining my own homepage describing the nature and the mushrooms in Eastern Jutland at http://www.in2.dk/svampe/svampe.html. It's all written in danish, so there might not be anything for those of you who doesn't speak the language, sorry. But if you're interested in knowing what kind of mushroom to find in Eastern Jutland (mainly in the coastal beech forest "Marselisborg skovene" near Aarhus) you can have a l