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Peer Reviewed


Bunyard B, Wang Z, Malloch D, Clayden S, Voitk A: New North American Records for Ascocoryne turfi cola (Ascomycota: Helotiales). Fungi 1(2):23-31; 2008.


Knight S, Reid E, Campbell C, Burzynski M, Voitk A: Test of the May Model I: community ecologic studies of mushroom foray results in the same and different regions. Fungi 1(4)54-58;2008.


Maunder JE, Voitk AJ: What we don't know about slugs & mushrooms! FUNGI 3(3):36-44; 2010


Ohenoja E, Wang Z, Townsend JP, Mitchel D, Voitk A: Northern species of earth tongue genus Thuemenidium revisited, considering morphology, ecology and molecular phylogeny. Mycologia 102:1089-1095; 2010


Voitk Aare, Voitk M, Manuel U, Voitk A: Gear report! Which whistle is the best? Fungi 2(3):59-63; 2009


Voitk  AJ, Ohenoja E: Genus Multiclavula in Newfoundland and Labrador. FUNGI 4(2):26-31; 2011



Foray Related


Beug MW: Review 2009 Foray Newfoundland & Labrador annual foray. McIlvainea 19, <http://www.namyco.org/publications/mcilvainea/mcil_journal.html> online edition; 2010.

Bunyard B: Foray 2007 Newfoundland and Labrador. FUNGI 1:44-45;2008.


Burzynski M, Marceau A, Graham J, Voitk M, Voitk A: Pick the mushrooms that the Vikings picked: foray 2010. Fungi 3(2):60-61; 2010


Burzynski M, Marceau A, Graham J, Voitk M, Voitk A: Come, foray with the Vikings! Osprey 41:18-19; 2010


Voitk A: The foray collection. Osprey 41:16; 2010


Voitk A: The May Model: A proposed model of the mushroom foray. McIlvainea 16:13-18; 2006.


Voitk A: Discussion of the cumulative species curve of Foray Newfoundland & Labrador. Osprey 38:131-134, 2007



Fungi Topics


Mann H: Two loaves are better than one! Panellus serotinus and Panellus stipticus. Osprey 41 (3):17-18; 2010


Parmasto E, Voitk A: Why do mushrooms weep? Fungi 3(4):15-17; 2010


Schmelzer I, Street S: Find Bob! Fungi 2(2):61-64; 2009


Voitk A: Where is the poetry of mushrooms? Fungi 4(4): 38-39. 2011


Voitk A, Warren G: Mycenas of the treetops. Osprey 42(1):12-13. 2011


Voitk A: The ties that bind us. Sarracenia 18:31-36;2011.


Voitk A: Onygena equina (Willdenow) Persoon. Fungi 3(3):12; 2010


Voitk A: Ochrolechia frigida (Swartz) Lynge—a cool lichen. Osprey 41(3):19-20; 2010


Voitk A: Auricularia americana—jelly tree ear. Osprey 41:17; 2010


Voitk A: A bitter trap. Osprey 41:13; 2010


Voitk A, Ohenoja E: Multiclavula inNewfoundland and Labrador. Osprey 40:26-28; 2009


Voitk A: The austere Tomentella. Osprey 40:18-21; 2009


Voitk A: Mushroom mysteries: The rewards of indiscriminate mycophagia. McIlvainea 18:32-36; 2009


Voitk A: Two green cups. Osprey 39:117-119;2008


Voitk A: A new pinkspored genus and two new cryptic species. Mycophile 48:1; 2007


Voitk A, Volk T: Sistotrema confluens, an odd tooth fungus in honor of the tercentenary of the birth of Carolus Linnæus, the father of modern taxonomy. Fungus of the month, Tom Volk's Fungi


Voitk A: Polyozellus multiplex-an example of our mycological ignorance. Osprey 37:20-22; 2006.


Voitk A: Three lichenomphalias from the top of Gros Morne Mountain. Mycophile 47:1...11; 2006 and Osprey 37:78-80; 2006.



GPS Topics


Schmelzer I, Street S: Lost? How to stay safe and assist searchers in finding you! Fungi 2(1):63-64; 2009


Voitk A: Lost! Using a GPS. Fungi 2(4):61-62; 2009.


Voitk A: Gear Report: Bushnell BackTrack GPS. Fungi 4(4):36-37. 2011


Risk Management


Burzynski M: Black bear encounters: Konrad Brook biodiversity field camp, Labrador. Osprey 40:9-11;2009


Burzynski M: Hazards of field mycology—black bear encounters at a northern Labrador biodiversity camp. Fungi 2(2):30-32; 2009


Murrin F: First Newfoundland mushroom foray. Inoculum 55(2):5-6; 2004


Voitk A, Sullivan S: Risk management review of North American mushroom clubs. Fungi 2(4):40-47; 2009


Voitk A: Mushroom of the Month: Stropharia alcis. Mycophile 47:20; 2006.