Collection information for all ILLS collections have been databased and is available through the MyCoPortal on the Symbiota website. Type specimens in ILL have been databased and are available here.

Pyrenomycetes are fungi that occur primarily as perithecial ascomata (flask-shaped fruiting bodies) on a wide range of substrates including soil, dung, leaf litter, decaying wood, as well as other fungi. These “little black dots” comprise the largest numbers of fungi in the Phylum Ascomycota. Read all about them at Pyrenomycetes of the World.

Identification information about fungi is also available at the Discover Life portal: