Mushrooms in the Literature and on the Web

What Are Fungi?
Fungi As Tools
Medicinal Fungi
Edible Fungi
Psychoactive Fungi
References And Links

Literature Cited

     de Borhegyi, Stephan F. (1961). Miniature Mushroom Stones from Guatemala. American Antiquity, Vol 26, No. 4
     Jennings et al. (2005). Drinking beer in a blissful mood: alcohol production, operational chains, and feasting in the ancient world. Current Anthropology, Vol 46, No. 2 (pp. 275-303).
     Kendrick, Bryce. (2000). The Fifth Kingdom. Newburyport, MA: Focus Publishing.
     La Barre, Westron. (1972). Hallucinogens and the shamanic origins of religion. In P.T. Furst (ed.), Flesh of the Gods: The Ritual Use of Hallucinogens (pp. 261 - 278). Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc.
     Mandarino, Frank. (2007). Fungal forests: The evolution of plants and mycorrhizae symbiosis. Academic paper for Department of Botany. NC State University.
     Mandarino, Frank. (2007). Vines of the Serpent: A Morning Glory Ethnobotanical. Academic paper for Department of Anthropology. NC State University.
     McKenna, Terrence. (1993). Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge. New York, NY: Bantam.
     Miller, O.K. (2006). North American Mushrooms: A field guide to edible and inedible fungi. Guildford, CT: Falcon Guide.
     Rätsch, Christian. (2005). The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants. Rochester, VT: Park Street Press.
     Watling, Roy. (2003). Fungi. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books

Images cited:'s Psilocybin Mushroom Image Vault
     Hunt, Patric. Picture of Dionysus 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
     Pictures of hyphae taken from the The Classification Problem - Fungal Considerations
     Picture of statue of Persephone and Demeter taken from
     Other pictures taken from Wikipedia Commons

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