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Good news! If you missed out on seeing former AMS Scientific Committee Chair Bill Warner's presentation, Mushrooming Arizona: Edible & Poisonous Mushrooms for Beginners, when he gave it last Thursday (July 19), he will be repeating it next week.
Like last time, this event will take place in the Arizona State University Biological Collections museum in the ASU Alameda Building, at 734 W. Alameda Drive, Tempe. Parking is available immediately outdoors to the east of the building. The museum entrance is near the SE corner of the building. Doors open at 6:15 PM this time, which will give those who are interested a little time to check out the arthropod and lichen collections. Bill's talk will begin promptly at 7:00 PM.
In anticipation of the August club forays, this lecture is intended primarily for novice mushroom hunters, those needing a refresher, those who wish to learn some fungal biology, and more experienced mushroomers who are new to Arizona and would like to see pictures of our local mushrooms. The talk will cover basic biology and mushrooming practices, and will cover a number of species easier for beginners to identify, as well as their potentially toxic look-alikes (if any).
Seating is limited to 50, so please sign up promptly.
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