|A culture-based survey of fungi in soil from bat hibernacula in the eastern United States and its implications for detection of Geomyces destructans, the causal agent of bat white-nose syndrome
||Lorch, Jeffrey M.; Lindner, Daniel L.; Gargas, Andrea; Muller, Laura K; Minnis, Andrew M.; Blehert, David S.
|Shifting climate, altered niche, and a dynamic conservation strategy for yellow-cedar in the North Pacific coastal rainforest
||Hennon, Paul E.; D'Amore, David V.; Schaberg, Paul G.; Wittwer, Dustin T.; Shanley, Colin S.
|Nut cold hardiness as a factor influencing the restoration of American chestnut in northern latitudes and high elevations
||Saielli, Thomas M.; Schaberg, Paul G.; Hawley, Gary J.; Halman, Joshua M.
|Hypholoma lateritium isolated from coarse woody debris, the forest floor, and mineral soil in a deciduous forest in New Hampshire
||Thompson, Therese A.; Thorn, R. Greg; Smith, Kevin T.
|Potential of decaying wood to restore root-available base cations in depleted forest soils
||Shortle, Walter C.; Smith, Kevin T.; Jellison, Jody; Schilling, Jonathan S.
|Wood-inhabiting, polyporoid fungi in aspen-dominated forests managed for biomass in the U.S. Lake States
||Brazee, Nicholas J.; Lindner, Daniel L.; Fraver, Shawn; D'Amato, Anthony W.; Milo, Amy M.
|Type studies of corticioid Hymenomycetes (Basidiomycota) with aculei - Part II
||Nakasone, Karen K.
|Differences in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi among three coffee cultivars in Puerto Rico
||Lebron, Ligia; Lodge, Jean D.; Bayman, Paul.
|Letter to the Editor [response to "Towards a new model of branch attachment" by D. Slater and C. Harbinson]
||Smith, Kevin T.
|Tsugacorticium kenaicum (Hymenochaetales, Basidiomycota) a new corticioid genus and species from Alaska
||Nakasone, Karen K.; Burdsall, Harold H., Jr.