Porcini, Systematics of Family Boletaceae & Fungus Farming Ants with Dr. Bryn Dentinger
Curator of Mycology and Associate Professor, Natural History Museum of Utah and the Biology Department, University of Utah Bryn hails from Minnesota. He attended the University of Minnesota for his PhD, where he studied the molecular systematics of clavarioid and porcini mushrooms. He has carried out fieldwork all over the world, including exciting collecting trips to Vietnam, Brazil, and Cameroon. Outside of work, Bryn enjoys cooking (preferably with mushrooms) and brewing beer, showing that even his hobbies often involve a mycological component. Check out Bryn’s lab site here.
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