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Cryptomycology (from the Greek: κρυπτός, kryptos, "hidden" + μύκης, mukēs, fungus + λογία, logia, "study"; roughly, "study of hidden fungus") is the study of fungal forms that have eluded scientific analysis and classification, and particularly specimens of such forms that are considered folkloric or legendary. Of the estimated 2.2-3.8 million fungi supposed to be in existence, only 148,000 have been catalogued by mycologists. The field is a counter-part to cryptobotany (plants) and cryptozoology (animals).

Pages in category "Cryptomycology"

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