Western Boletes MycoCards

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MycoCards Deck - 54 Boletes of Western North America



Co-authored by Gary Gilbert (of MycoCards fame) and Daniel Winkler

 

Have you ever seen such cool mushroom cards? (Or for that matter, have you ever seen any?) These large Tarot-sized cards feature stunning photos by Daniel Winkler and several other gifted mushroom photographers (a total of 108 photos) and facilitate maximal tactile enjoyment. On one side you will find two carefully curated Bolete images displaying important identification traits showing details of cap, pores and stem, often in different developmental stages. The backside succinctly describes characteristics including common name, distribution area & habitat, edibility and distinctive features that help you "nail down" a species.
 

While Mycocards are a wonderful newcomer to your identification toolbox, and a skillful alternative to traditional field guides, they have the handy advantage to do double duty as flash cards. Teach yourself and your eager friends and loved ones to recognize the mind-boggling diversity of Western Boletes: stunningly beautiful, extraordinarily delicious, and, of course, a few rather drab Suillus.

 

Or, to state it a bit more technically, these amazing MycoCards are a very unique educational tool to advance your taxonomic skills!

Creative, playful minds might be so inspired by this portable deck as to create delightful card games. And for those really looking for a challenge, Myco Readings might be in your cards! 
Please let us know what you come up with!
 

Order here for $24.95 plus mailing $2.95
  order 2 sets for same mailing as one!
for any questions please use the contact page

Canadians, I need to charge an extra $5 for mailing!

 

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Also Boletes of Eastern North America are available on MycoCards.com

Full Spread of image side up sorted by scientific names starting with Aureoboletus citrinus to Xerocomus subtomentosus group
with all 55 cards measuring in total 44x30 in.

4 samples showing front and back sides




List of Boletes covered:

Aureoboletus citriniporus

Aureoboletus flaviporus

Aureoboletus mirabilis

Boletus barrowsii

Boletus edulis

Boletus edulis var. grandedulis

Boletus fibrillosus

Boletus regineus

Boletus rex-veris

Boletus rubriceps

Buchwaldoboletus sphaerocephalus

Butyriboletus abieticola

Butyriboletus autumniregius

Butyriboletus persolidus

Butyriboletus primiregius

Butyriboletus querciregius

Caloboletus conifericola

Caloboletus marshii

Caloboletus rubripes

Chalciporus piperatus

Gastroboletus turbinatus var. flammeus

Hortiboletus coccyginus group

Leccinum aurantiacum group

Leccinum insigne

Leccinum manzanitae

Leccinum ponderosum

Leccinum scabrum

Neoboletus luridiformis group

Porphyrellus porphyrosporus

“Pulchroboletus" smithii

Rubroboletus eastwoodiae

Rubroboletus haematinus

Rubroboletus pulcherrimus

Suillellus amygdalinus

Suillus ampliporus

Suillus brevipes

Suillus caerulescens

Suillus clintonianus

Suillus elbensis

Suillus lakei

Suillus luteus

Suillus ochraceoroseus

Suillus ponderosus

Suillus pseudobrevipes

Suillus punctatipes

Suillus pungens

Suillus tomentosus

Suillus umbonatus

Suillus weaverae

Xerocomellus atropurpureus

Xerocomellus diffractus

Xerocomellus dryophilus

Xerocomellus mendocinoensis

Xerocomus subtomentosus  group

Last edited on Tue, June 8, 2021, 6:45 pm