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Field definitions

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Entering records in BMSFRD format

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Locality

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Associated organism, substrate and ecosystem

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Ecosystem descriptors

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Recommended terms for the substrate field

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Fungi on dung

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Examples of database field entries

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Doubtful identifications

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MycoRec

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Recording using other programs

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Manuscript or typescript records

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Sending records electronically

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Saving and back-up

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Viruses

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Making data available - Intellectual property rights

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Collecting fungi

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Access to foray sites and the country code

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Spore prints

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Field books

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Index cards

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Computers

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Foray Record Sheets

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Literature for the identification of fungi

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Help with identification

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Drying specimens for a herbarium

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APPENDICES

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Other relevant publications

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BMS foray record sheet

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NCC ecosystem codes

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Table of orders of fungi

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Herbaria in UK and Europe

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Help with identification

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Useful contacts

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List of Fungus Recording Groups

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BMS Keys – list of contents

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The BMS website

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Copyright licence form

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Guidelines for field mycologists: the practical

interpretation of Section 21 of the Drugs Act 2005

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Recent changes in plant taxonomy

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Recent changes in fungal taxonomy

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Orders of fungi

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Nomenclature

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Synonymy

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Morph

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The spore stages of rust fungi

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Taxonomy and nomenclature

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Foreword Introduction Recording

Table of contents

A brief history of fungus recording The BMS Fungal Records Database (BMSFRD)

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