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    A Sandworm, Stinkhorn, Staticky Bonnet Mold, and a Dead Man’s Foot

    Some interesting finds were provided by a couple more trips out to Kiara Hills and an afternoon walk around the KL Eco Forest Park...

    A Luminous Porecap and Other Fungi in Kuala Lumpur

    This past week I hiked Bukit Kiara Hills, a forest park about an hour by metro west of the city center in Kuala Lumpur,...

    A Summer Foray in Scotland

    I spent most of my time in Scotland just outside Glasgow in small towns like Largs, West Kilbride, Irvine, on the Isle of Bute,...

    Mushroom Hunting in the Abandoned Village of Kayaköy

    Looking out the 'taksi' window on the way from Ölüdeniz beach to Kayaköy, I spot the eerily empty ghost town. Scattered stone and remnants...

    Zombie-like Behaviour – Parasitized Insects, Cordyceps & Beauveria

    Every foray offers up some oddity, some strange new species that I've never encountered before. When scanning the forest floor for mushrooms, the order...

    Queenstown – A Springtime Foray

    My legs fall in front of me and I catch my footing. What goes up, must come down. It's been nearly five hours and...

    Fungi at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary

    A protected cloud forest lies just 20 kilometers north of Dunedin. It is here that around 300 hectares of regenerating forest make up the...

    Bioluminescence in the Bush – Glow in the Dark Mushrooms in New Zealand

    Stewart Island or Rakiura in Maori means "glowing skies," but it's not the skies that interest me. My head is down, it's pitch black,...

    Beech Oranges – Cyttaria gunnii in the South Island

    It’s springtime, and the weather is warming up in Te Anau. In the Fiordlands of the South Island the fungi are few and far...

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