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Hunt, Patric. Picture of Dionysus
firstname.lastname@example.org. Picture of Psilocybe semilanceata
Kendrick, Bryce. Mycolog, Nameko image from Online pictorial supplement to chapter 18
Many pictures taken from Fungi4School's Photo Gallery
Himematsutake taken from Fruiting-bodies.co.uk
Pictures of hyphae taken from the The Classification Problem - Fungal Considerations
Picture of statue of Persephone and Demeter taken from http://home.swipnet.se/~w-63448/pics.htm
Other pictures taken from Wikipedia Commons