In this section you will find details of the International Journal Of Fungal Diversity,
an international journal of mycology.
Published since August 1998 The International Journal Of Fungal Diversity (Fungal Diversity Journal) contents are covered in Science Citation Index Expanded®, Current Contents®/Agriculture, Biology, and Environmental Sciences, and in Biological Abstracts®. Editor-in-chief: Dr. Kevin D. Hyde.
Also available is a volume of The International Journal Of Fungal Diversity devoted to Fungal Succession published in June 2002. The term fungal succession is used loosely throughout the volume. A precise definition of fungal succession is "the sequential occupation of the same site by thalli (usually mycelia)", but the term can be used more loosely to refer to "the sequential occurrence of fungal fruiting bodies on substrata as it decays". This volume brings together the data available on fungal succession. The final paper in this volume discuses the problems associated with studying fungal succession, especially in microfungi, and discusses possible methods to overcome these problems. Edited by: Kevin D. Hyde and E.B.G. Jones.