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Cortinarius ................................................................................... Geoffrey Kibby Hebeloma ...................................................................................... Henry Beker Hygrocybe ..................................................................................... Patrick Andrews Inocybe ......................................................................................... Alan Outen5 Lactarius ...................................................................................... Patrick Leonard Lepiota (incl. Macrolepiota, Leucoagaricus, Cystolepiota)......... Richard Tofts 4

Mycena ......................................................................................... Ernest Emmett Panaeolus ..................................................................................... David Antrobus Psathyrella ................................................................................... Tom Hering Russula ......................................................................................... Geoffrey Kibby

1 David Farley asks that material should be sent on named plant material if possible, or if leaves and flowers are included he may be able to identify the plant, but this cannot be guaranteed. The same comments apply to material sent to Tom Preece, who also asks that senders refer to relevant literature before submitting. (see Appendix 1)

2 For spine fungi Gordon Dixon asks that, for terrestrial species, adjacent trees are noted as this can be helpful in identification and may widen our understanding of tree associations.

3 For Coprinus Derek Schafer asks that only dried material is sent with several in a collection and including some with at least part of the gill edge intact (glistening white or hyaline).

4 For Hebeloma Henry Beker asks that material is sent dried with a good macroscopic description and ideally with a photograph.

5 For Inocybe Alan Outen asks that only fresh material in good condition is sent, in crush-proof boxes, and that packages are marked “Mycological material, please rush”.

NB. Personal telephone numbers and/or email addresses are not included in the following table. It is suggested that you note the groups or genera in which you have a special interest and obtain the telephone number of the relevant person by writing in the first instance.

Dr P. Andrews Dr D.J. Antrobus Prof. H. Beker Mr E. Blackwell Mr G.C. Dickson Mr E.E.Emmett

Foxbury, Marston Lane, Frome, Somerset BA11 4DG 55 Gower Road, Halesowen, West Midlands B62 9BX Rue Père de Deken 19, 1040 Bruxelles, Belgium 7 Ashley Walk, Orleton, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 4HD Flagstones, 72 Catisfield Lane, Fareham, Hants. PO15 5NS Drumlins, Newtonmore Road, Kingussie, Inverness-shire PH21 1HD

Dr D.B. Farley

Dr A. Fletcher

Mr A. Henrici Dr T.F. Hering Mr A.E. Hills Prof. B. Ing Mr G. Kibby

Mr P.L. Leonar

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School of Biological Sciences, Washington-Singer Labs, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Exeter EX4 4QG Leicestershire Museums Service, Collections Resources Centre, 50 Hayhill Industrial Estate, Sileby Road, Barrow on Soar, Leics LE12 8LD 8 Victoria Cottages, Sandycombe Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3NW 33 Langley Drive, Kegworth, Derby DE74 2DN 16 Acremead Road, Wheatley, Oxford, Oxon. OX33 1NZ 24 Avon Court, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1JP British Mycological Society, Joseph Banks Building, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Surrey TW9 3AB Greensands, Farnham Lane, Haslemere, Surrey GU27 1HD

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