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clear and precise menu functions

The fungi id app has been designed to be as user friendly as possible.  Navigation is clear from the very first time you operate the app, helping you find the information you are looking for quickly and easily.

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Browse the galleries

Each fungi in the app is organized into either parasitic, mycorrhizal, or saprophytic.  Fungi galleries come with a range of images, as well as descriptions and other important information.

Simple and easy to use, and packed with high quality photos.
– Peter Haine

Multiple search methods

As well as a-z lists of all fungi in both latin and english, the fungi app also allows you to search for fungi by host, colour, and location.  Simply click on a host tree to bring up a list of all associated fungi.

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Additional features

Organize your favourite fungi on their own page.

Reading the fungi guide disclaimer is advised to all users.

Browse the glossary to look up any unfamiliar terms.

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