FUNGI

County Recorder: Neil Mahler
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There has been quite a large volume of recording done on this group over the years, but the coverage has been very uneven. There are just over 12,700 records on the SBIS database. Several of the richer sites have been surveyed annually, but the vast majority, including reserves, have not been looked at. A card index compiled by the late Martin Ellis is housed at SBIS. A county checklist compiled by Martin and Pamela Ellis has been published but has not been loaded onto Recorder due to nomenclatural difficulties

Information on recording and identification can be found on the British Mycological Society website and the Association of British Fungus Groups website

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Major Publications:
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The Rust Fungi of Suffolk. Mayfield, A. 1935
The Coelomycetes of Suffolk (Fungi). Mayfield, A. 1938
The Coelomycetes of Suffolk (Second List). Mayfield, A. 1942
The Rust-fungi of Suffolk: Additions. Mayfield, A. 1943
The Ascomycetes (Fungi) of Suffolk. Mayfield, A. 1946
Suffolk Mould- and Smut- Fungi. Mayfield, A. 1947
The Basidiomycetes of Suffolk. Mayfield, A. 1948
Total of Known Suffolk Fungi. Mayfield, A. 1949

Fungi and Slime Moulds in Suffolk. 1989 Martin and Pam Ellis.
Fungi & Slime Moulds in Suffolk. Supplement 1. Ellis, M. & Ellis, P. (1991) TSNS 27: 87.
Fungi & Slime Moulds in Suffolk. Supplement 2. Ellis, M. & Ellis, P. (1994) TSNS 30: 87.
Fungi & Slime Moulds in Suffolk. Supplement 3. Ellis, M. & Ellis, P. (1996) TSNS 32: 165.
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Other papers from Suffolk Natural History
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Brandon Fungi 1959–2014 - change in stability and occurrence. O. Rackham (2015)
Fungi recording in Suffolk. N. Mahler (2012)
Fungi recording in Suffolk. N. Mahler (2010)
Morels. G. D. Heathcote (2000)
A new micro fungus in Suffolk. R. J. Fisk (2000)
Fungus, Clathrus ruber Lawson, P. G. (1999)
False truffles Heathcote, G. D. (1998)
Puftballs, Earthballs and Earth Stars. Heathcote, G. D. (1995)
Fascinated by fungi. Heathcote, G. D. (1995) p 47
Notes on the fungi of Thetford Forest. Heathcote, G. D. (1993)
Fungus new to Suffolk. Simpson, F. W. (1990) p 5
More fungi for Suffolk. Heathcote, G. D. (1990) p 32
A toadstool in Ipswich. Simpson, F. W. (1989) p 99
Fungi in an Ipswich garden. Simpson, F. W. (1988) p 98
Fungi. Simpson, F. W. & Heathcote, G. D. p 35
Unusual fungus from Brightwell. Green, C. A. (1985) p 64
Claviceps purpurea on Wild Grasses. Simpson, F. W.
Some Breckland Fungi. Heathcote, G. D.
Fungus Foray, 27th October, 1962. Simpson, F. W.
Total of Known Suffolk Fungi. Mayfield, A.
The Basidiomycetes of Suffolk. Mayfield, A.
Suffolk Mould- and Smut- Fungi. Mayfield, A.
The Ascomycetes (Fungi) of Suffolk. Mayfield, A.
The Rust-fungi of Suffolk: Additions. Mayfield, A.
The Coelomycetes of Suffolk (Second List). Mayfield, A.
The Coelomycetes of Suffolk (Fungi). Mayfield, A.
The Rust Fungi of Suffolk. Mayfield, A.
Report upon the Dutch Elm Disease in Suffolk. Morley, C.
Edible Fungi. Waller, A. P.

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