mycophile

mycophile

(ˈmaɪkəʊˌfaɪl)
n
1. (Cookery) a person who likes to eat mushrooms
2. (Cookery) a mushroom or fungi enthusiast
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Students compiled a field diary of their experiences included in park interpretive exhibitions, news media coverage (print and television) and publications such as THE INOCULUM, THE MYCOPHILE and the INTERNATIONAL CANOPY NETWORK.
It is for that reason that field identification is something of an oral tradition, passed down from mycophile to mycophile at forays and festivals.
Seeing me, only a fellow mycophile would know that I am neither drunk nor addled nor lost, but simply following my obsession.
Among the small and passionate subculture of mycophiles, it is well known that there is much joy to be found in methodically combing a damp forest in order to unearth rare fungi.
It blends science, nature, memoir and culinary and health insights under one cover and also considers the world of fellow mycophiles and their fascination with mushrooms.