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  1. Goal • Reliable • Comprehensive • Affordable • Easy to use (if you have access to a microscope)

  2. Primary area (100%) Nordic countries Denmark Finland Iceland Norway Sweden Secondary area (90%) Neighbouring countries Ireland Great Britain Netherlands Germany Poland Estonia Latvia Lithuania Russia (northern, European part) Area covered by Funga Nordica(northern Europe)

  3. Taxa included in Funga Nordica • Hymenochaetales (only agaricoid) • Phallales • Hysterangiales • Geastrales • Polyporales (only agaricoid) • Gloeophyllales • Russulales (except corticioid and polyporoid) • Boletales • Agaricales

  4. Included taxa • 8 orders • 56 families • 278 genera • 3030 species • 5217 ”below genus” names

  5. Top ten genera • 380 spp. Cortinarius • 210 spp. Entoloma • 156 spp. Inocybe • 154 spp. Russula • 100 spp. Mycena • 92 spp. Lactarius • 82 spp. Psathyrella • 59 spp. Tricholoma • 58 spp. Conocybe • 48spp. Hygrocybe

  6. Structure of Funga Nordica • Key to included orders • Descriptions of orders (phylogenet. arranged) • Key to families in order • Descriptions of families (phylogenet. arranged) • Key to genera in family • Descriptions of genera (alphabet. arranged) • Key and description of species in genus • In monotypic genera desciptions are merged

  7. Structure for each species • Diagnostic characters (one or more) • Macroscopical characters: cap, gills, stem, flesh, taste, smell. • Microscopical characters: spores, cystidia, pileipellis. • Biological and ecological characters. • Frequency, distributional overview in the area • References to printed, coloured illustrations • Current name and important synonyms

  8. Tasks for involved • Amateurmycologistscollect, describe, dry, photograph/reportspecimens • Authorsprepareone or more genera, usingavailable data in literature, herbaria, etc., and supplemented by the national coordinators • National coordinatorsprepare a list of taxa from their country • Editorsmakeprotocol, coordinate,edit and decide the higherlevelclassification

  9. JUST FOR IDENTIFICATIONORNOT JUST FOR IDENTIFICATION

  10. Moments of zen and Rebirth of morphology ?