Funghi 01
Funghi 02
Funghi 03
Funghi 04
Funghi 05
Funghi 06
Funghi 07
Funghi 08
Funghi 09
Funghi 10
Funghi 11
Funghi 12
Funghi 13
Funghi 14
Funghi 15
Funghi 16
Funghi 17
Funghi 18
Funghi 19
Funghi 20

Nomenclature Committee for Fungi

A permanent Nomenclature Committee for Fungi is installed by the Nomenclature Section of the International Botanical Congress. Its task is to discuss and vote on proposals concerning conservation & rejection of fungal names, as well as consider proposals to modify the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants with respect to fungal names.

The Nomenclature Committee for Fungi (NCF) has at present 18 members.

Those with nomenclatural problems are encouraged to contact the members for advice. If you find any particular fungal name that requires protection, it is recommended that you publish a proposal either to conserve that name or to reject an undesirable name, possibly in collaboration with a member of the committee. All current proposal PDFs can be downloaded at no cost from http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/iapt/tax

If you are interested in the ongoing discussions about published proposals, click here to download PDF files of Committee mailings and commentaries circulated since the 2011 XVIII International Botanical Congress in Melbourne. Formal NCF reports published in Taxon are also available here.

Actions taken at the 2011 Melbourne Congress are listed by McNeill & Turland in Taxon 60: 1495–1497, 2011 and those pertaining directly to fungi by Norvell in Mycotaxon 116: 481–490, 2011 [http://dx.doi.org/10.5248/116.481]. The new edition of the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants (the Melbourne Code) is currently in press; announcements as to its availability will be made in Taxon.

Time Doctor is www.levitradosageus24.com best online viagra prices designed to increase productivity.