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Beefsteak fungus, Beef tongue, Black tree fungus, Brown-capped mushroom, Button mushroom, Cep, Cèpe, Champignon d'Paris, Chanterelle, Chinese black mushroom, Cloud-ear fungus, Common mushroom, Common white mushroom, Cremini mushroom, English mushroom, Enoki, Enokitake, Fairy-ring mushroom, False mousseron, Field mushroom, Forest mushroom, Girolle, Golden chanterelle, Honey mushroom, Italian brown mushroom, Japanese brown mushroom, Jew's-ear, Liver fistulina, Matsutake, Meadow mushroom, Morel, Mousseron, Mousseron d'automne, Oak tongue, Oyster mushroom, Paris mushroom, Pfifferling, Pinecone mushroom, Pink-bottom, Porcini, Portabello, Puffball, Rodman's mushroom, Roma, Shiitake, Steinpilz, Straw mushroom, Tree ear, Tree mushroom, Vegetable beefsteak, Vegetable meat, Wild mushroom, Winter mushroom, Wood ear


We have information from several sources:

Production and Marketing of Huitlacoche—W.F. Tracy, C. Vargas, L. Zepeda, J.K. Pataky, and M.A. Chandler

Specialty Mushrooms—Daniel J. Royse

Response of Australian Strains of the Mushroom Lepista nuda to Temperature and Substrate—Karen Stott and Andrew Broderick

New Crops for Canadian Agriculture—Ernest Small

Magness, J.R., G.M. Markle, C.C. Compton. 1971. Food and feed crops of the United States.


Outside links

Fungi Perfecti� specializes in the distribution of cultures, tools and technologies for the cultivation of gourmet and medicinal mushrooms

Cornell Center for Fungal Biology


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