From this page you can access a variety of galleries of
display posters and images. You can use these any way you
like. The display posters are offered in the form of PDF files
that you can use for printing (and these should preserve our
formatting), and as PowerPoint files so you
can use them for projection or edit the content and/or design
to suit your own purposes (but remember the formatting of the
PowerPoints depends on the fonts and settings of your
machine). In the image galleries you
can click on any low resolution gallery image to download high
resolution JPG graphic files suitable for your own image manipulation
or poster-making projects. As with other items on this
website, there are no copyright issues for educational users,
but all rights are reserved for any commercial use. If you
wish to use any of this material commercially, contact the
Text-based posters describing the main features of fungi in
the form of displayed
bullet points, together with a set of six pictorial stories about interesting fungus
facts, and some British Mycological Society display posters.
CLICK HERE to go to the Display poster galleries.
Mycologist cover pages
From 1987 to November 2000 the magazine Mycologist was
published with a striking full-page cover-picture on every
to go to a
gallery of those
CLICK HERE to get more information about Mycologist.
Field Mycology cover pages
Our magazine Field Mycology continues the tradition
of using striking full-page cover-pictures on every
to go to a gallery of Field
CLICK HERE to get more information about
Photographs of fungi
Images you can use in your own projects.
CLICK HERE to view the photographic gallery [click on any
low resolution gallery image to download high resolution JPG
graphic files suitable for your own image manipulation or
a day in your life
And now for something completely different! The importance
of fungi expressed in cartoon form.
CLICK HERE to access a
four-page comic and a PowerPoint presentation using the same
Other image galleries are under construction. Come back soon.
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