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🍄 Fungal Tree of Life from the László Nagy Laboratory 🍄"This poster illustrates the fungal tree of life, with an emphasis on macroscopic diversity of fungi. The branched tree structure is a phylogenetic tree, which shows the pattern of evolutionary relationships between extant (living) groups of Fungi. The tips of the branches represent larger groups, phyla, classes or (sub)orders, of fungi, illustrated by macroscopic fruiting bodies of representative species, where such structures exist. If a group consists only of microscopic species, a representative microscopic structure is shown. The phylogenetic tree was synthesised based on recently published phylogenetic and -genomic studies and represents the best of our current knowledge on fungal evolution. ""Illustrated by Beata &Is and Maarsk Graphics Ltd. Concept: Laszlo G. Nagy With much appreciated contributions from: Anna Rosling, Catherine Aime, Pedro Crous David S. Hibbett, Francois Lutzoni, Romina Gazis-Seregina, Free to redistribute under provision of a CC BY-NC licence. 2022. Users who wish to refer to phylogenetic relationships illustrated here may cite Nagy and Szollosi 2017 Advances in Gene-tics 100, 47-92 "Full size image here: group.szbk.u-szeged.hu/sysbiol/nagy-laszlo-lab-index.html See MoreSee Less
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Today is the day! to plant your art today and post on Game of Shrooms for a scavenger hunt! Game of Shrooms 2022yumfactory.com/gameofshrooms/Game of Shrooms is a once a year world-wide art N seek event created by Attaboy. The next Game of Shrooms happens on June 11th, 2022. On that day, artists from all over the world hide their original mushroom-themed works in public places then they give hints(often on social media) for others to find AND KEEP!See below for a map of participating artists, guidelines on how to best participate ethically, and add your general hiding location to the global map!What?Game of Shrooms is like an Easter Egg Hunt for art and celebrates the spirit of unexpected surprises. Started in 2019 by Attaboy. Artists and gatherers from Hong Kong, Berlin, Japan, the UK, India, Russia, Switzerland, Tasmania, the US, and many more participated in the world-wide event, creating a world-wide non-religious, no cost, personally interactive “art show” of making and sharing, suspense and sometimes absolute freakin’ wonder.Last year thousands across the world participated in their local areas hiding and hunting safely during the pandemic! See MoreSee Less
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Check out this beautiful mushroom art of a Cantharellus family (syn. Cantharellus cibariu) by artist Elsa Beskow 🎨🖌🍄Are you working on any mushroom art right now?! Show us what ya got! See MoreSee Less
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