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A Week With Mark Lindquist

I’ve delayed a bit on writing this, mostly because I am still processing. Last week, I spent an amazing four days with Mark Lindquist, son of Mel Lindquist, both of whom not only reinvented spalted wood for North America, but … Continue reading

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Spalting by Xylaria longipes

Sent in my Horst Forster, of Austria. Fantastic zone lines!  

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And the fungus of the year is…

At the beginning of each school term, the lab votes on its favorite fungus.  Voting is done via hair color (of course).  The results were as follows: Scytalidium cuboideum: 2.5 votes (someone had a dyed hair clip instead of actual … Continue reading

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New Techniques

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Those of you who follow my academic work know that I’ve been playing around with the pigment fungi specifically for a few years now.  I’m moving more into using the pigmentors (this is a new word I’ve just made up) … Continue reading

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