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Project Type RegionalProject Name Berkshire County Mycological survey (MA)Leader Name John WheelerEmail Address myco260@adelphia.netGeographic Area Berkshire County MassachusettsSponsored? IndividualiNaturalist Mycomap Project Website
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1144RegionHamilton Area Mycoflora (ON)Jakob Codsijekecodsi@gmail.comHamilton and surrounding area (Grimsby, Dundas, Ancaster, Flamborough, Stoney Creek, etc., possibly Burlington) Mycological Society of Toronto
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1163Natural AreaSeal Beach Funga (CA)Patrick Fastfastph@gmail.comCalifornia
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1146TaxonCollybioid Mushrooms of the Pacific NorthwestBuck McAdoolobovago@hotmail.comWashington, Oregon, Idaho, British ColumbiaNorthwest Mushroomers Association
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1138Natural AreaTurtles Project (Gainesville, FL)Curtis Peyerturtlesmushrooms@gmail.comGainesville FL area
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1155TaxonTuber oregonense (Clagary, AB)Kevin Oxlandkevin.oxland@gmail.comEastern Foothills of the Rocky Mountains
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1162RegionFresno/Madera Foothills Mycoflora (CA)Christopher Bivins cpbivins28@mail.fresnostate.eduFresno/Madera Counties, Sierra Nevada Foothills Fresno Mycological Society
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1136RegionFunga of Northern CA & Southern ORRon Pastorinoronpast@sbcglobal.netNorthern CaliforniaiNaturalist
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1149InstitutionGlen Urquhart School Mycoflora (MA)Emilie Cushingecushing@gus.orgSchool CampusGlen Urquhart School
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1165RegionFungi of Ilulissat, GreenlandLuke Smithsonmycofreak74@gmail.comGreenland
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1148RegionCentral Massachusetts ProjectAlexander Kozlovalexmkozlov@gmail.comCentral and Eastern Mass
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1139State/ProvOklahoma Mycoflora ProjectAsh Shiraziash@okfungi.comOklahoma
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1152RegionMassachussetts Art & BiodiversityKristi Beiseckerhello@kristibeisecker.comWestern Mass.
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1164Natural AreaMcIlvaine's Fungi of PhiladelphiaLuke Smithsonmycofreak74@gmail.comPhiladelphia RegionPhiladelphia Mycology Club
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1161RegionSouth Texas Soil Patch SurveyRobert Bensonbenson.farm@gmail.comSouth Texas to include the area known as the Brush Country.
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1158RegionSierra Nevada MycofloraBrian A. Perrybrian.perry@csueastbay.eduSierra Nevada MountainsYuba Watershed Institute
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1141RegionFungi of SW Ontario-Lake Huron RegionStephanie Allenthefungiforage@outlook.comHuron-Bruce-Lambton CountiesiNaturalist
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1160Natural AreaOne Tam Mycoflora (Mt Tam, CA)Lisette Arellanolarellano@parksconservancy.orgMount Tamalpais, CAOne Tam
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1147CountyBenton County Mycoflora (OR)Eric Badeauinsporeations@gmail.comBenton County, OR
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1145State/ProvFungi of AlabamaAnthoni Goodmanalmushroomsoc@gmail.comAlabamaAlabama Mushroom Society
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1154Natural AreaWhite Chanterelle (TN)Andrew Armstrongchefdrewmem@gmail.comChester County
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1157Natural AreaBerea College Forest Mycoflora (KY)John E Abramsabramsj@berea.eduKentucky
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1140State/ProvMycoflora of New BrunswickAlfredo Justoalfredo.justo@nbm-mnb.caNew BrunswickNew Brunswick Museum
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1166Natural AreaMushrooms of Harrison-Crawford State Forest (IN)Steven A Schottersaschotter@gmail.comOhio Valley-South Central Indiana
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1137RegionMacrofungi of Southwestern British ColumbiaEmma Harrowermycoflora@vanmyco.comSouthwestern British Columbia. This includes the Lower Mainland, the Sunshine Coast, north to Whistler and east to the Canadian Cascades. Vancouver Mycological Society
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1151State/ProvOregon Mycoflora ProjectBitty A. Royroy.bitty@gmail.comOregonCollaboration of local clubs in Oregon
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1142RegionMycoflora of Flagstaff (AZ)Lucas Johnsonlbj40060@gmail.comFlagstaff, AZ
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1143RegionTurnagain Arms Funga (AK)Liz O'Connellliz@frontierscientists.comAlaskaTurnagain Arm Mycological Society
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1153State/ProvMacrofungi of the Northwest TerritoriesSharmin Gamietsgamiet@shaw.caall regions of the Northwest Territories.Dr. Suzanne Carriere, Wildlife Branch, Government of the Northwest Territories
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1156RegionDue North Funga (MN)Trey Richardstreyj45@gmail.comMinnesota and Western Wisconsin
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1150Natural AreaScherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary (NJ)Dorothy Smullendsbs@verizon.net270 acres of woodland, field and wetland, town of BernardsvilleNew Jersey Mycological Association
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1009ForayA H Smith 2015 Foray (WI)N/AWisconsiniNaturalist
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1010ForayA H Smith 2018 Foray (WI)N/AWisconsiniNaturalist
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1015TaxonAmanitas of North AmericaRod Tullossretamanita@comcast.netNorth AmericaMycomap
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1067TaxonAmanitas of Northeast PennsylvaniaDavid Wasilewskdwasilewski@luzerne.eduCounties in Pennsylvania: Luzerne, Lackawanna, Monroe, Sullivan, Wyoming, Columbia, Carbon, Pike, WayneWyoming Valley Mushroom ClubiNaturalist
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1086TaxonAmanitas of Rhode IslandSpike Mikulski1wd2ef3rg4th5yj6uk7il@live.comRhode Island
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1091TaxonBankeraceae of North AmericaNoah Siegelnsiegel1@yahoo.comNorth America (USA and Canada)
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1011ForayBFF - Brad's Fall Foray 2018 (MO)N/AMissouriMissouri Mycological Society
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1084Natural AreaBoston Harbor Islands Fungal Inventory (MA)Danny Haelewatersdanny.haelewaters@gmail.comMassachusettsNational Park Service-Boston, Boston Harbor Now & New England Botanical Club
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1023Natural AreaBridle Trails Funga (WA)Daniel Winklerme@danielwinkler.comBridle Trails State Park, Kirkland, WAPuget Sound Mycological Society
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1020State/ProvColorado Mycoflora ProjectAndrew Wilsonandrew.wilson@botanicgardens.orgThe Southern Rockies (Colorado and neighboring states)Colorado Mycological Society & Denver Botanic Gardens
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1068Natural AreaCongaree National Park (SC)Meredith Blackwellmblackwell@lsu.eduCongaree National Park
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1121State/ProvConnecticut Mycoflora ProjectRobert Gergulicshealthy_diver@hotmail.comConnecticutConnecticut Valley Mycological Society
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1170NationalContinental MycoBlitz 2019Cathie Aimemaime@purdue.eduiNaturalist
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1098TaxonCrusts of Western PennsylvaniaJudy Mackenrothangora16023@yahoo.comWestern Pennsylvania, especially Allegheny, Butler and Armstrong CountiesiNaturalist
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1026RegionCumberland Plateau Mycoflora (TN)Steve Robertsoldwoodenfence@gmail.comCumberland Plateau (and nearby areas) of East and Middle Tennessee and Southern KentuckyCumberland Mycological SocietyiNaturalist
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1079OtherDye Mushrooms of North AmericaAlissa Allenmycopigments@gmail.comNorth AmericaMycopigments
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1082RegionEastern Penn Mycoflora ProjectLinda Brynan Searsepennproject@gmail.comSoutheastern PennsylvaniaEastern Penn MushroomersiNaturalist
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1014ForayFungi of EcuadorDanny Newmannewmy51@gmail.comEcuador
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1051RegionFungi of New York City (NY)Mical Mosermicalmoser@me.comNew York City, including all five boroughs.New York Mycological SocietyiNaturalist
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1114State/ProvFungi of VermontTerry Delaneyterrence.delaney@uvm.eduVermontUniversity of Vermont
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1002TaxonHebelomas of North AmericaHenry Bekerhenry@hjbeker.comNorth America
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1066RegionHumboldt Bay Mycoflora (CA)Joann Olsonolsonej@suddenlink.netThe Far North Coast of California and the Coastal InteriorHumboldt Bay Mycological Society
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1034TaxonHygrophoraceae of Lower Puget Sound (WA)Steve Nessnatvik@hctc.comThurston and Mason Counties, WASouth Sound Mushroom ClubiNaturalist
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1129State/ProvHypoges of QuebecClaude Kaufholtz-Couturekaufholtzcoutureclaude@gmail.comQuebec city (park)Fungiquebec and Parc du Bois-de-Coulonges
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1046TaxonInocybe of QuebecClaude Kaufholtz-Couturekaufholtzcoutureclaude@gmail.comCity of Quebec and Beauce-Sartigan (plateau of Haute-Beauce)iNaturalist
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1053State/ProvIowa Mycoflora ProjectSarah DeLong-Duhonsarah-delong-duhon@uiowa.edu

sarah-delong-duhon@gmail.com
The state of Iowa, especially Eastern Iowa. Prairie States Mushroom ClubiNaturalist
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1049RegionKootenay Mycoflora (BC)Tyson Ehlerstdehlers@gmail.comKootenay Region of Southern British Columbia
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1052CountyMacrofungi of Lane County (OR)Bitty Roybit@uoregon.eduLane County, ORCascade Mycological Societyhttps://www.inaturalist.org/projects/macrofungi-of-lane-county-oregon
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1102CountyMacrofungi of Miami-Dade County (FL)Alan Franckafranck@fiu.eduMiami-Dade County and interesting samples from adjacent counties (Broward, Collier, and Monroe) iNaturalist
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1109RegionMacrofungi of the Channel Islands (CA)Joanne SchwartzExplorerDJ@mac.comNorthern Channel Islands in Southern CaliforniaiNaturalist
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1029ForayMAW Sequanota (Laurel Highlands PA)Bruce Boyerbruceaboyer@cox.netLaurel Highlands, PAMycological Association of Washington (DC)
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1081RegionMichigan Mushroom Hunters Club MycofloraHuafang Suhuafang1960@gmail.comSouthern Michigan Michigan Mushroom Hunters ClubiNaturalist
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1132State/ProvMichigan Mycoflora ProjectAlden Dirksaldendirks@gmail.comMichiganUniversity of Michigan
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1080State/ProvMicrofungi of FloridaHector Urbinahurbinay@gmail.comFloridaFlorida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
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1130TaxonMid-Atlantic Ganoderma & Other Medicinals Jared Urchekjared@vital-traditions.comMostly the Mid-Atlantic/MD area, but will range into PA, WV, and Ohio
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1071RegionMiddle Georgia MycofloraSharon Standridgesharon.standridge@mga.eduMacon to McRae, GaMiddle Georgia State University
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1030State/ProvMinnesota FungaAnna Gerendaygeren002@umn.eduMinnesota & northwest WisconsinMinnesota Mycological SocietyiNaturalist
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1083RegionMntFungi Florida MycofloraNicholas Brassardnickbrassard1@yahoo.comFlorida’s East Coast
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1122Natural AreaMushrooms of Parc de la rivière Batiscan (QC)Renée Lebeufrenee.lebeuf@gmail.comRegional park on both sides of Batiscan river, about 4.5 km long and 3 km wide.Parc de la rivière Batiscan & Cercle des mycologues de Lanaudière et de la Mauricie (CMLM)
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1003RegionMushrooms of the Gulf CoastJuan Luis Matajmata@southalabama.eduGulf Coast (AL, Fl, LA, MS,TX)
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1095RegionMushrooms of the Sky Islands (Southwest US)Christian Schwarzcfs.myko@gmail.comPrimarily mountain ranges of southwestern USA and northern Mexico.iNaturalist
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1099InstitutionMycoflora Madison College (WI)Kitrina Carlsonkmcarlson2@madisoncollege.eduSouthern WisconsinMadison College
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1103CountyMycoflora of Alameda County (CA)Theresa Halulatheresa_halula@yahoo.comAlameda County, East Bay Region, CaliforniaCounter Culture Labs
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1108RegionMycoflora of Cape Cod and Islands (MA)Wesley Pricecapecodmushroom@gmail.comCape Cod, MA and the associated islands (Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard and the Elizabeths)Cape Cod Mycological Society
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1022RegionMycoflora of Central ArkansasJay Justicejustice@aristotle.netPerry Co, Saline Co, Faulkner Co, AR and other areas in Arkansas
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1105RegionMycoflora of Central Florida Maya Doddmayakendradodd@gmail.comCentral Florida
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1060RegionMycoflora of Chicago RegionPatrick Leacockmycoguide@gmail.comChicago Region: Cook County and adjacent countiesIllinois Mycological Association
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1112Natural AreaMycoflora of Coronado National Forest (AZ)Jonathan FrankJonaleef@gmail.comCochise, Graham, Pinal and Santa Cruz Counties, Arizona
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1075State/ProvMycoflora of FloridaArthur C. Grupeagrupe@ufl.eduNorth-central Florida region initiallyFlorida Academic Lichen and Fungi Enthusiasts LeagueiNaturalist
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1096RegionMycoflora of Florida's First CoastTiffany Brighttbrightjax@gmail.comNortheast FloridaFirst Coast ExplorersiNaturalist
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1032CountyMycoflora of Frederick & Washington County (MD)James McCulloughmovingpicturesart@yahoo.comFrederick and Washington counties in Maryland
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1064RegionMycoflora of Greater Rochester (NY)Charles Wuertzercwuertzer@monroecc.eduGreater Rochester AreaRochester Area Mycologcial AssociationiNaturalist
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1076Natural AreaMycoflora of Gunpowder Falls (MD)Ryan PatrickRyanpridgeon@startmail.comBig Gunpowder Falls and Little Gunpowder Falls Rivers in Maryland.
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1047State/ProvMycoflora of HawaiiJeff Stallmanjeff.stallman@gmail.comThe State of Hawaii (including Northwestern Hawaiian Islands)iNaturalist
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1018State/ProvMycoflora of IndianaStephen Russellsteve@hoosiermushrooms.orgIndianaHoosier Mushroom SocietyiNaturalist
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1124State/ProvMycoflora of KansasLyndzee Rhinelyndzee@gpnc.orgKansasGreat Plains Nature Center
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1069State/ProvMycoflora of KentuckyJack S. SmithJacksmith_74@hotmail.comKentuckyiNaturalist
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1101RegionMycoflora of Kitsap County and Environs (WA)Brian McNettbrian.mcnett@gmail.comKitsap Peninsula, Bainbridge Island, Eastern Olympic Mountains.Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society
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1025RegionMycoflora of Long Island (NY)Joel Hormanjlhorman@optonline.netPrimarily Nassau & Suffolk counties, with lesser emphasis on Queens & Kings (Bkly'n) counties where we overlap with the NYMS.Long Island Mycological ClubiNaturalist
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1116CountyMycoflora of Marin County (CA)Kingman Bond-Grahamkingmanbondgraham@gmail.comFauquier, Warren, Shenandoah, Rappahannock, and Page Counties in VirginiaMycological Society of Marin
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1126CountyMycoflora of Mendocino County (CA)Kingman Bond-Grahamkingmanbondgraham@gmail.comMendocino County, CAMendocino Mushroom Club
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1119State/ProvMycoflora of MichiganJack Rosenhauerjack@jrosedev.comAll of Michigan.
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1050State/ProvMycoflora of MissouriPhillip St. Johnphillip.e.stjohn@gmail.comMissouriMissouri Mycological SocietyiNaturalist
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1039RegionMycoflora of NC PiedmontGeoff Balmegeoffbalme@gmail.comWake Co and surrounding west to Blue Ridge (loosely)
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1021State/ProvMycoflora of New JerseyLuke Smithsonmycofreak74@gmail.comNew Jersey, although I suspect we will refine our scope as we develop this project.New Jersey Mycological AssociationiNaturalist
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1106ForayMycoflora of North America Forays or Fungi Events John PlischkeFungi01@aol.comUnited States and possibly Canada
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1031RegionMycoflora of Northern ArizonaTerri Clementspinonbistro@msn.comCoconino, Yavapai, Apache, Greenlee and Graham CountiesArizona Mushroom Society
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1123RegionMycoflora of Northern Central New YorkPaula DeSantopdesanto21@gmail.comOswego, Onondaga, Oneida and Madison Counties of New York
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1113Natural AreaMycoflora of Northern Pomo (CA)Jade Sworsavannah.swor@western.eduinitially 70 acres, potentially much largerPotter Valley Tribe
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