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    Others work
    Own work
    Literature sources

For literature recommendations and other helpful resources, see our posts:
Norsk: Sopp for nybegynnere og sikker soppidentifisering
English: will be added soon.


First Nature
(Michael Kuo)
Wild edible fungi – A global overview of their use and importance to people
(Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations)
Observation International
(a non-profit foundation under Dutch law)[…]
Illustrations of British Fungi – Cooke, M. C.
(Amongst other sources on the Internet Archive)

Norges sopp og nyttevekstforbund
(Norges sopp og nyttevekstforbund)

(NatureGate Promotions Finland oy)


Others work:

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Own work:

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Literature sources:

We get our knowledge and information about mushrooms mostly from literature, in some cases online sources that we consider trustworthy. To consider a source trustworthy we look at wether they have a named author, who the autor is, what sources they use and if the information given cohere with other sources.

These include but don’t limit to:

  • Dann, G. (2017) Edible Mushrooms. UIT Cambridge Ltd
  • Phillips, R. (2010) Edible Mushrooms of Europe and North America
  • Roberts, P. (2011) The Book of Fungi (…). University of Chicago Press
  • Arora, D. (1986) Mushrooms Demystified (..). Ten Speed Press
  • Egeland, I. L. (2011) Norske Sopper. Gyldendal
  • Gulden, G. (2018) Soppboka. Cappelen Damm
  • Nylén, B. og Stordal, J. (1990) Norsk sopphåndbok. Aschehoug

Referencing follows an APA-like style, with: Author (plublish date) Title. Publisher.