British Mycological Society www.britmycolsoc.org.uk – foremost organisation for the study and survey of non-lichenised fungi in British Isles and the largest mycological society in the world – publishes excellent quarterly magazine, ‘Field Mycology’ and organises workshops, field trips and lectures.
Association of British Fungus Groups www.abfg.org – supports amateur forayers, and publishers the quarterly magazine ‘Forayer’.
British Lichens www.britishlichens.co.uk – very useful, user-friendly site
Cybertruffle: www.cybertruffle.org.uk – outstanding international fungal identification site with lots of links
Fungi Online: www.mykoweb.com
The Shroomery: www.shroomery.org – Classic online forum for the home mushroom cultivator
Woodland Gourmet Mushroom: www.gourmetmushrooms.co.uk – excellent supplier of mushroom spawn and related products.
Fungi Perfecti: www.fungi.com Paul Stamets’ website well wrth looking at what the word leader in applied mycology is up to.
Mushroom Mountain: www.mushroommountain.com the website of Tradd Cotter author of “Organic Mushroom Growing and Mycorediation”
Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/39538316@N07/albums – Really interesting collection of fungi images include microscopy
Grocycle: https://grocycle.com/how-to-grow-mushrooms/ – Very well presented website from these UK based pioneers including guides on growing Oyster mushrooms at home
What the Fungus: https://www.wtfmushrooms.ca/ – Great source of youtube videos for growing mushrooms on a small commercial scale.