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NINETEENTH CENTURY SHAMAN GRAVE GUARDIANS ARE CARVED FOMITOPSIS OFFICINALIS SPOROPHORES
Spirit figures placed on shaman graves were carved in the 19th century from large sporophores of the fungus Fomitopsis officinalis (Vill: Fr.) Bond. & Sing. (Basidiomycotina). The perennialExpand
Puffballs from the past: identification of gasteromycetes from a Lillooet archaeological site and speculation regarding their aboriginal use
Court article sur des bolas mises au jour dans des fosses de maisons de differentes periodes historiques. Il s'agit d'un site indiquant une nourriture de type aborigene avec des artefacts montrantExpand
" GHOST ' S EARS " ( Exobasidium sp . affin . vaccinii ) AND FOOL ' S HUCKLEBERRIES ( Menziesia ferruginea Smith ) : A UNIQUE REPORT OF MYCOPHAGY ON THE CENTRAL AND NORTH COASTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
-The cultural roles of mycocecidia (fungal galls) of the fungus Exobasidium sp. affin. vaccinii on Menziesia ferruginea Smith (false azalea, or fool's huckleberry) among various Pacific northwestExpand
The North Wakashan “wild carrots”: clarification of some ethnobotanical ambiguity in Pacific Northwest Apiaceae
Various “wild carrots” of the family Apiaceae have been mentioned in ethnographic and ethnobotanical literature that noted their dietary and medicinal roles among indigenous cultures of the PacificExpand