Myco-Consortium talk Feb. 25: Noah Siegel

As part of the MST's membership in the Myco-Consortium series of Zoom talks, MST members are invited to join the presentation on Friday, Februrary 25th at 7pm:

Money in the Bankeraceae; Taking a Bite Into Tooth Fungi

A talk by Noah Siegel
Friday, February 25, 7pm

Noah will explore the Bankeraceae, a group of tooth fungi that include Hydnellum, Sarcodon, Phellodon and Bankera, including the latest changes, and tips on identification of this tricky group.

About Noah Siegel

Noah Siegel has spent over three decades seeking, photographing, identifying and learning about macrofungi in the US and Canada as well as New Zealand, Australia and Cameroon. He is an esteemed photographer of fungi with a technique that maximizes utility for identification purposes while maintaining a high degree of aesthetic appeal. His photographs have been featured in Fungi magazine, mushroom books and club publications. He is co-author (with Christian Schwarz) of Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast, a comprehensive guide for the northern California coast, and is currently working on a guide to the Pacific Northwest. Noah travels and lectures across America, following the fungi from coast to coast, and everywhere in between.

You can follow Noah on iNat and Instagram.

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