Identification: Fungus ID sites

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    Tom Volk is a Wisconsin U biology professor who has earned the right to declare himself a fully certified mycophile. As all the signs and symptoms present themselves somewhere on this site, a short trip through his web-page should clear up any questions one might have regarding the affliction. What differentiates simple, dry, professorial mycology from full blown mycophilia will soon become readily apparent.

    http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fungi/
     
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    These 2 links are broken:

    Kathie Hodge's World-Wide Web Virtual Library
    Mycology

    In fact, http://www.keil.ukans.edu/ doesn't work either.
     
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    Thanks allelopath, I've removed those sites.
     
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    Is there any Canadian links that anyone may have? I'm looking for a Manitoban one especially. Thank you.
     
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    Are any of these links to European mushrooms? I'm trying to find the ID of "something" found in Portugal.
     
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    I should note that many fungi have broad distributions, so resources from other countries are often helpful.
     
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    Another great resource for SW BC and WA state (and beyond) that doesn't seem to be here yet is South Vancouver Island Mycological Society, at http://www.svims.ca/council/keys.htm, based in Saanich.
     

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