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Set of 78 color slides in two boxes labeled "Mushrooms." Part of the Cal R. Fremling collection. Slides have few labels and are numbered nonconsecutively. Subjects/specimens shown include: morels, fiddleheads, lichen and moss, chicken of the woods/sulphur shelf (Laetiporus), puffballs, liverworts, fungi fairy ring patterns, as well as many unspecified species of fungus. Exact creation and slide print dates are unknown. Slide print dates could range from 1950-1986. 1 - Morels, close-up 2 - Morels, close-up 3 - Mushrooms near a stump 4 - Mushrooms near a stump 5 - Fiddlehead ferns 6 - Lichen/moss 7 - Lichen/moss 8 - Puffball 9 - Chicken of the woods/sulphur shelf 10 - Boy holding a chunk of sulphur shelf with knife for scale 11 - Chicken of the woods/sulphur shelf 12 - Mushrooms in cemetery 13 - Amanita muscaria (? mature) 14 - Amanita muscaria 15 - Amanita muscaria, multiple 16 - Mushrooms on log 17 - Mushrooms on tree 18 - Shaggy mane mushrooms (coprinus, young) 19 - Shaggy mane mushroom (coprinus, old) 20 - Shaggy mane mushroom (coprinus, old) 21 - Morels 22 - Large morels 23 - Possible morel 24 - Man holding large puffball 25 - Shaggy mane mushrooms (coprinus, young) 26 - Shaggy mane mushrooms (coprinus, young) 27 - Morel cut in half, large pile of morels 28 - Morel cut in half, large pile of morels 29 - Morel cut in half, large pile of morels 30 - Patch of large morels 31 - Morel (old) 32 - Morel (old) 33 - Morel? (old) 34 - Common inkcap (coprinus) 35 - Common inkcap (coprinus) 36 - Unknown type of mushroom 37 - Woman holding very large chicken of the woods/sulphur shelf 38 - Woman holding very large puffballs 39 - Hand holding large morel 40 - Unknown mushroom with knife for scale 41 - Death cap or destroying angel mushroom (amanita, toxic) in cemetery with knife for scale 42 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 43 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 44 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 45 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 46 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 47 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 48 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 49 - Death cap or destroying angel mushrooms (amanita, toxic) in cemetery 50 - Child sitting with three very large puffballs 51 - Man and child posing with very large puffball 52 - Shelf-type fungus with mushroom hunter field guide for scale 53 - Large destroying angel (amanita, toxic) on logpile 54 - Large destroying angel (amanita, toxic) held above on logpile 55 - Hen of the woods on scale (maitake/grifola frondosa, 6 lbs) 56 - Hen of the woods (maitake/grifola frondosa) with knife for scale 57 - Fairy ring of mushrooms 58 - Fairy ring of mushrooms 59 - Fairy ring of mushrooms 60 - Fairy ring of mushrooms 61 - Long shot of morel mushrooms in woods, amid fallen leaves and tree branches 62 - Morel mushrooms, collected in box and bags 63 - Child drinking water from a pipe 64 - Shaggy mane mushroom (young) 65 - Shaggy mane mushroom (young) 66 - Unknown type of fungus with half dollar for scale 67 - Shaggy mane mushroom (old) 68 - Unknown type of fungus on log 69 - Shaggy mane mushroom (old) 70 - Chicken of the woods/Sulphur shelf on tree 71 - Chicken of the woods/Sulphur shelf on tree 72 - Chicken of the woods/Sulphur shelf on car 73 - Morel 74 - Unknown type of mushroom 75 - Man collecting mushrooms in woodsy area 76 - Unknown type of mushrooms (amanita?) 77 - Unknown type of mushrooms (puffballs or shaggy manes?) 78 - Morels

Publication Date

1970

Publisher

Library

City

Winona, Minnesota

Keywords

Mushrooms; Edible mushrooms; Winona County (Minn.); Biologists

Department

Special Collections-Library

Disciplines

Aquaculture and Fisheries | Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Life Sciences | Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology

Notes

The date of these slides are unknown. A default date of 1970 is a place holder.

Unique Identifier

2011.003.0018

Mushroom slides

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