Mycoblitz Europe Fall 2022's Journal

Journal archives for March 2023

March 30, 2023

Final results!

I finally got the time to finish identifying all the observation that weren't already Research Grade and tried to give the best identification I could. I had to go through more than 8.5k observations. You were so productive! Unfortunately, I can't give IDs to Research Grade ones as it would take me double the time. I hope I didn't miss too much interesting observations. I will continue to go through them to refine the identifications but I consider this Mycoblitz finished. I'm sorry for lichen fanatics but I don't have the expertise to help you identifying them, my knowledge is limited to a few common species. I hope you still had fun during this event!
I'm happy today to share the results of Mycoblitz Europe Fall 2022. Thanks again to everyone who participated!
There's a special announcement at the end of this journal post remember not to miss it!


15269 observations
1401 species
171 observers

Most observed species

1. Amanita muscaria (278 observations)
2. Fomitopsis pinicola (231 observations)
3. Gymnopilus penetrans (177 observations)
4. Lycoperdon perlatum (152 observations)
5. Fomes fomentarius (141 observations)
6. Hypholoma fasciculare (138 observations)
7. Bjerkandera adusta (132 observations)
8. Paxillus involutus (131 observations)
9. Mycena galericulata (127 observations)
10. Clitocybe nebularis (126 observations)

Most species

1. @gilles197 (277 species)
2. @merlu (271 species)
3. @marina_gorbunova (268 species)
4 (tie). @vfatton (208 species)
4 (tie). @nk2305 (208 species)

Most observations

1. @marina_gorbunova (1426 observations)
2. @pchelovek1205 (922 observations)
3. @nk2305 (747 observations)
4. @sokolkov2002 (691 observations)
5. @alexey_zakharinskij (638 observations)

Best contributions

As many different observers had very interesting contributions, this category was changed to reflect that. I nominate here observations instead of people so it will be more enjoyable as everyone will be able to discover awesome finds from this Mycoblitz!

1. Calocybe favrei by @vfatton from Switzerland 🇨🇭
2. Lysurus cruciatus by @vicentel from Portugal 🇵🇹
3. Pluteus aurantiorugosus by @markuskrieger from Germany 🇩🇪
4. Loweomyces wynneae by @bouletdesbolets from France 🇫🇷
5. Psilocybe fuscofulva by @adriankreft from Germany 🇩🇪
6. Stropharia hornemannii by @sokolkov2002 from Russia 🇷🇺
7. Hertzogia martiorum by @annemirdl from Germany 🇩🇪
8. Scutiger pes-caprae by @helmling from Austria 🇦🇹
9. Leucoagaricus roseilividus by @bogsuckers from France 🇫🇷
10. Ionomidotis irregularis by @alexey_zakharinskij from Russia 🇷🇺

Honorable mentions
Gymnopilus cf. flavus by @bogsuckers from France 🇫🇷
Cystolepiota bucknallii by @annemirdl from Germany 🇩🇪
Plicatura nivea by @harrinygren from Finland 🇫🇮
Phlebia centrifuga by @marina_gorbunova from Russia 🇷🇺
Phallus rugulosus by @vicentel from Portugal 🇵🇹
Heyderia cucullata by @marina_gorbunova from Russia 🇷🇺
Pholiotina aeruginosa by @david6083 from France 🇫🇷
Phaeomarasmius erinaceus by @xavierkieser from France 🇫🇷
Gymnopilus stabilis by @vfatton from Switzerland 🇨🇭
Lactarius spinosulus by @tatyana-seaangel from Russia 🇷🇺

Best photographs

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1. Leucogyrophana mollusca by @alexis_orion from Germany 🇩🇪
2. Clitocybe nebularis by @tatyanazarubo from Russia 🇷🇺
3. Leccinum scabrum by @sokolkov2002 from Russia 🇷🇺
4. Laccaria amethystina by @nerush_vladimir from Russia 🇷🇺
5. Mycena sp. by @mobbini from Germany 🇩🇪
6. Pholiota lubrica by @marina_gorbunova from Russia 🇷🇺
7. Marasmius epiphyllus by @alexey_p from Russia 🇷🇺
8. Coniophora puteana by @alexey_zakharinskij from Russia 🇷🇺
9. Parmelina sp. by @annemirdl from Germany 🇩🇪
10. Polyporales by @helmling from Austria 🇦🇹


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