Edible Mushrooms and their Toxic Counterparts

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Edible Mushrooms and their Toxic Counterparts

Location: 6820 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy, Dallas, TX 75240 (Suite 3200)

Date/Time: Semptember 24th, 10am-12:30pm

Description: Join NTMA President Sebastian Tabibi as he gives a presentation on some of the most common edible mushrooms along with their similar looking toxic counterparts!

Sebastian will cover over 40 edible and poisonous mushrooms with a particular emphasis on species found locally within the North Texas region! Fungi can look very similar to each other with some being choice edibles and others being seriously toxic. This lecture is designed for attendees to differentiate macroscopic qualities in order to properly identify edible vs toxic mushrooms!

Along with pointing out the macroscopic differences between species, the class will also include what time of year you can find said mushrooms, their specific ecological roles and the natural habitats to find them in! Don’t miss out on our first class ever covering edible & toxic fungi!

Directions for Live Class Participation:

6820 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy
Suite 3200
Dallas, TX 75240

The classroom will be on the second floor up the stairs and the address is a governmental building. You can park either in the parking garage or directly behind the building. This building is locked down and you will need to make entrance through the back by motioning to the security guard. We will be in the Oak Room on the second floor, straight ahead after you walk up the stairs. Look for our “Mycology” signs!

Please be sure to arrive earlier than 10! We understand things happen, but please do your best to be there in time before the class starts. Thanks!

Directions for Zoom Participation

You will receive an email once you purchase the class with the Zoom invite link. Please email us if you do not receive this link within 24 hours at contact@northtexasmycology.org

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Participation Method

In-Person, Zoom