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168 species are currently available in the extended database! 2 new identification criteria! (30.12.2013.)
Buy subscription for ad-free app to access these and extra identification criteria!
Fungitron is the new generation of mushroom field guides:
✦ it has greater coverage of wild European and American mushrooms than the usual paper-print field guides, still it fits on a smartphone,
✦ at least one or several high-quality photos, illustrations are displayed for the mushrooms (which are zoomable to reveal tiny details),
✦ its content will be updated regularly (available after subscription!),
✦ medicinal and edibility information with icon badges,
✦ tons of (to be precise: cca. 150) identification parameters help to filter mushroom species, thus making the identification easier,
✦ there is a list for similar mushrooms, which are available one click away,
✦ the graphical details of the application is prepared with the same meticulous care as the content.
Fungitron is unique, because you can filter mushrooms using countless parameters, there are plenty of good quality, own photos and the app is very detailed and can be used completely offline.
The application downloads its database after installation (we recommend to use a Wifi connection). Afterwards it can be used completely offline.
This version is free, contains 70 detailed species and displays ad. Ad-free version with more species is available after subscription (check at www.fungitron.com).
If you miss any important mushroom, please let us know and we will include ASAP.
Fungitron contains searchable scientific latin (synonym latin), english, german and french common names. Spanish and russian is being prepared.
All small-medium-large screen phones and xlarge screen tablets are supported. Fungitron also has tablet-optimized landscape layout.
This app contains more fungi species for free than iFungi, Roger Phillips Mushrooms, A-Mushrooms, Colorado Mushrooms, Mushrooms pro, Mushrooms lite, Mushrooming or Audubon Mushroom Guide. Fungitron contains far more sophisticated identification multi-filtering method, which is also able to identify non-typical mushrooms.
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* Mushroom guide (more than 140 species)
* Categories (edible, poisonous, exotic, medicinal)
* First aid
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Perhaps you'll encounter something else than mushrooms in the woods…
This is the most complete and the most advanced application for mycologists and mushroom hunters. It allows users to:
-add, delete and edit mushrooms on the list (texts, pictures),
- edit characteristics of a specific mushroom,
- use quick search by the name of a mushroom (common and Latin name),
- search by characteristics,
- add pictures from the camera or SD card,
- add location for a specific mushroom and receiving automated GPS coordinates for the location,
- edit locations (pictures, texts), choose cover art for a specific mushroom,
- add and keep records of visiting locations,
- check GPS locations display on a map,
-display your GPS coordinates as well as coordinates of a location on a map,
- display air distance to a location,
- get navigated to a location.
The application is available in two versions:
• Basic - free
With a base of 10 most common mushrooms, allowing users to add one mushroom (pictures, texts, characteristics) and one location (GPS coordinates, text, pictures) of their choice.
• Extended - payable (Internal PayPal payment 4.8 EUR)
The extended version has no restrictions.
At the customer’s request the application can be individually adjusted against payment (e.g. add filtering on your search engine).
Precision mapping depends on GPS receiver of your device.
Should you have any suggestions on how to improve your application, do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be more than happy to help.
Nothing beats Audubon mobile field guides! With 1 million downloads, they are the most trusted authoritative field guide collection in North America. Highest quality at an affordable price.
We are proud that 8% of every sale goes directly to Audubon to support its mission to conserve and protect nature's at-risk birds and wildlife.
Over 500 species at your fingertips, from Amanita Mold to Zeller's Bolete.
The Audubon Mushrooms Guide is the most comprehensive and accurate guide to North American mushrooms and other fungi available to date. The app covers over 560 common species of mushrooms, other fungi and slime molds - enough info to please the mycologist in us all. Audubon Mushrooms features a comprehensive search function, stunning photography, current taxonomic information, complete species descriptions and reference material.
• This app is optimized for Android Version 2.1+. Suggested minimum device CPU is 800 mhz. The App's 560+ MB database installs directly to the SD card with Version 2.2+. With Version 2.1 the app database must be moved manually to the SD card through Settings.
• PLEASE NOTE: This app is not yet compatible for the honeycomb tablet.
• Complete species information for every mushroom with comprehensive, up-to-date authoritative descriptions
• Professional color photographs detailing each species with extraordinary clarity.
• An extensive reference section from the National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms brought completely up-to-date including mushroom anatomy, identification, habitats and much more.
• Identify with accuracy. Browse by shape, name (first, last, scientific), or by order.
• Search by multiple “advanced search” variables including general shape, size, habitat, cap shape or texture, region, color, stalk shape and more.
• Navigate back and forth between species information, personalized Life Lists and Sightings, search functions and more with ease and clarity.
• Record your field experiences using the Life List and Sighting features. Track a sighting using the device’s GPS, add notes, and save to the App for records of your nature adventures
About Audubon Guides:
Audubon Guides are a comprehensive suite of digital field apps created in alliance with National Audubon Society (NAS). For more information, please see: http://natureshare.com/home.html#apps.
About the Developer:
Green Mountain Digital, the world's largest publisher of digital field guides, collectively generating over 1 million downloads; over 100 App Store promotions; and numerous awards. It was founded in 2009 in Woodstock, VT. The company has designed and published more than 75 mobile apps across multiple platforms, including Audubon Birds of North America, Orvis Fly Fishing: The Ultimate Guide, GardenMinder, Sailing World: Knots and Splices, FishBlue, and NatureTap. GMD is the creator of NatureShare, an innovative social platform that allows users to collect wildlife sightings and outdoor experiences and share them with others.
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This is a Wild Plants guide that explains the uses of wild plants in a survival situation or just for fun. This is a great compliment to any good survival manual. This info may not be available when you need it. Get it now and be ready.
This book is over 100 pages and takes a minute to load once installed.
The book is in PDF format and requires the free Adobe Reader.
Now searchable and with photos!!
This file stays on your phone and no internet is required once installed.
We only use Google adds and do not collect any user information other than what is collected by Google.
*This is a free book available on the internet that has been formatted to fit your phone.
In this book I want to share a lot of useful practical information and also tell readers amazing stories that happened to me.
Until the present time scientists didn’t know this kind of sage existed. The Western world was first introduced to it by Swedish anthropologist J. Johnson in 1939. For some reason Medicine men of Mazatec, living in the mountains of Sierra Madre, weren’t eager to tell foreigners about the magic effects of Salvia. It is possible that Mexican shamans kept the secrets of Salvia for more than thousand years…
But the most interesting thing was that Western scientists didn’t manage to figure out what the origin of the plant was. There’s an opinion that Salvia’s an extraterrestrial hybrid which was intentionally brought to the Earth by aliens who wanted to make us humans more conscious. Anyway, no other wild species, which Salvia could descend from, was found by botanists.
During the chemical analysis which was done in 1982 by Alfredo Ortega, an unknown psychoactive constituent, salvinorin A, was found in the plant. Eventually, the scientists recognized salvinorin A as the strongest vegetable hallucinogen, ten times stronger than psilocybin (also a psychedelic compound).
I often get a question: is it possible that Salvia can influence one’s health in a negative way?
Well, actually, it all depends on you. If you decide to start your acquaintance with Salvia using extracts x10 or x20 frequently, it will definitely affect both your psychological and physical health in a negative way in future.
It is important to remember, that when you use Salvia, you loose a part of energy, which can remain untouched during your whole life. It has to do with survival of the species in an extreme situation. If a too big part of this vital energy is being used, a man gets sick as a result.
I have noticed a strange thing about Salvia though: like a loving mother, it takes care about people with good intentions. In some way Salvia prevents you from an excessive use of your vital energy. That’s why Native Americans gently call her María Pastora.
After my first experiments with extracts x10, at some point I understood that I wasn’t able to continue doing it. I wasn’t afraid of Salvia’s powerful hallucinogenic effects, but I just followed my intuition. I couldn’t get rid of a strange feeling, that the spirit of the plant was leading me.
For a long time I couldn’t even think about using strong extracts, as if the spirit of Salvia paralyzed my mind. And only after a year I suddenly felt that I could continue my experiments with Salvia. During the break I totally reconsidered my spiritual practice with Salvia and came to a conclusion that using stronger extracts in the beginning led in 90% of cases to drastic physical and psychological health deterioration. My further experiments only confirmed my guess-work.
This book will make an immediate appeal to a reader who is interested in esoteric, shamanism, Chi Kung, out-of-body experience etc.
Table of contents
The lost knowledge of Maya civilization
Part 1. The secrets of using Salvia divinorum
Getting familiar with Salvia divinorum
True spirituality is realized in everyday life
Use of Salvia in recapitulation practice
The original passage from the personal diary
Exercise 1. Eastern practice for internal energy circulation
Exercise 2. GETTING ENERGY FROM THE EARTH
Part 2. Mind parasites
This application is a free demo of the book. If you are interested in purchasing the full version, you can find it on the Google Play Strore. Thanks for your insight.
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« La fonge du Québec » présente un répertoire à jour des connaissances sur l'ensemble des champignons macroscopiques du Québec. Ce recueil encyclopédique regroupe les espèces selon leurs caractéristiques phylogénétiques avec des descriptions détaillées macroscopiques, microscopiques et écologiques, ainsi que de nombreuses photos prises tant en nature qu’en laboratoire. Tous les champignons décrits ont déjà été observés au Québec. Toutes leurs photos présentées ont également été prises au Québec.
Cet ouvrage est le résultat du travail d'un grand nombre de passionnés de mycologie qui se sont regroupés depuis 2006 pour mettre en commun leurs connaissances et leur expertise dans le but de faire l'inventaire complet des champignons du Québec. Ainsi, pas moins d'une dizaine d'experts, souvent assistés de collègues étrangers, ont participé à l'identification des spécimens photographiés, de même qu'à leur description. Plus d'une cinquantaine d’autres passionnés de photographie, de mycologie et de microscopie ont aussi contribué, par leurs photos, planches et observations, à une couverture photographique complète et, pour plusieurs espèces, à la première observation rapportée pour le Québec ou même l'Amérique du Nord.
Dans la plupart des cas, les descriptions des espèces citées dans cette application ont été adaptées directement à partir des diagnoses originales et enrichies des notes personnelles de mycologues locaux compilées par les auteurs de cet ouvrage.
Des efforts considérables ont été déployés pour que l'ouvrage incorpore les dernières découvertes de la taxonomie et de la systématique moderne. Ainsi, la nomenclature utilisée réfère aux grands ouvrages, tel Index Fungorum et Funga Nordica, tout en respectant les particularités propres au contexte Nord-Est de l'Amérique du Nord.
Le répertoire contient aussi plus de 100 espèces inédites, non encore publiées officiellement, mais pour la plupart officiellement reconnues au Québec et, dans tous les cas, caractérisées en détails, tant au niveau macroscopique que microscopique, par le mycologue québécois, Yves Lamoureux. Ces espèces figurent ici avec la permission de leur découvreur.
L'application pour mobile s’avère le media idéal pour une science en évolution constante et rapide. Cette version de La fonge du Québec n’est pas parfaite. Nous sommes conscients qu'elle contient quelques imprécisions, ambigüités et sans doutes quelques incorrections. Elle sera régulièrement bonifiée au cours des mois et des années à venir. Nous vous serons très reconnaissants de signaler toute erreur de contenu comme de forme à firstname.lastname@example.org
Mycoquébec est un organisme sans but lucratif. Tous les profits de la vente de cette application seront consacrés au développement et la promotion de la mycologie au Québec.
La première version publiée en 2013 contenait :
- 2319 espèces illustrées
- 2265 espèces décrites
- 14935 photos
Mots-clés : Champignon, nature, plein-air, forêt, champignons, bolet, chanterelle
You can either browse alphabetically or by searching via the plants common or Latin name. Also if you just fancy picking one at random just to pass the time you can do that too. All Information is stored on the phone (no connection to the internet needed to view).
They grow in large numbers in forests and fields. Millions of them are hiding in the protective thicket and many withstand an eager collector. The common mushroom, dearly loved treasure in many kitchens. But once it's found, fundamental doubts replace the initial euphoria. What kind of mushroom is this actually? Is it edible, perhaps toxic, even hallucinogenic?
Finally, you have the option to identify species without the help of a heavy book. You get a comprehensive library full of facts, figures, and images. Learn where to find mushrooms, look up if they are edible. Find inspiration and experience nature in a whole new way.
* 300 species - 2000 images
* Extensive description of the species
* Species names in 11 languages
* Scientific identification
* Online Mushroom Consultation
* Quiz game
SEARCH AND IDENTIFY SPECIES BY
* APPEARANCE AND SCENT
- size, color, hat, gills, stem, etc.
* EDIBILITY AND TASTE
- toxic, edible, allergen, etc.
* FRUIT BODY TYPE
- belly mushrooms, gilled mushrooms, truffle, etc.
- deciduous or coniferous forest floor, etc.
- Agaricaceae, Boletaceae, Clathraceae, etc.
* MEDICINAL BENEFIT AND POISON
- antibiotic, Psilocybin, Muscarin, etc.
* Guess species from pictures
* Learn to distinguish different species
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Topics: mushroom hunting, collect, fungi, grow, funghi, collecting, growing, identification, vegetables, trees, plants, recipes, vegetarian, vegan, cooking, collecting
Application is beeing updated with new descriptions and photos.
It will help you by finding or separating mushrooms from another, and it allows various searching characteristics as well as quick search. Each mushroom contains the literature where it can be found, latin name, synonymes, months of growth and search characteristics under which the mushroom can be found.
This application also allows you to add and have own bookmarks and also adding own images. Images which include GPS coordinates are automatically recognised and are add to the mushroom. It allows users a very simple review of finding locations for each mushroom.
This application is presented in Pdf format on the website http://www.gobice.com">www.gobice.com
Application is optimized for Android version 2.3+ , recommended configuration: processor speed (CPU) 800+ Mhz. Basic database application contains by the descriptions of mushrooms one photo, in the case of larger memory on the phone you can upload more photos. We recomend internet or wireless connection.
Data of this application are from public sources – Wikipedia. However this application doesn’t need online regime so it can be used in forest too
It is running on both mobile and tablet and it accepts screen rotation.
Every mushroom contain picture (or pictures), description, exchange, biology characteristic etc.
Big advantage of this application is possibility to search mushrooms according to filter or use national or Latin index containing local or other names too.
This app is developed by Holtet Aprod.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this app is for informational and entertainment
purposes only. By using this app, you agree that you will not hold Holtet Aprod responsible for any
actions taken based on information provided. Use this information at your own risk.
Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION
- Survival Actions
- Pattern for Survival
Chapter 2: PSYCHOLOGY OF SURVIVAL
- A Look at Stress
- Natural Reactions
- Preparing Yourself
Chapter 3: SURVIVAL PLANNING AND SURVIVAL KITS
- Importance of Planning
- Survival Kits
Chapter 4: BASIC SURVIVAL MEDICINE
- Requirements for Maintenance of Health
- Medical Emergencies
- Lifesaving Steps
- Bone and Joint Injury
- Bites and Stings
- Environmental Injuries
- Herbal Medicines
Chapter 5: SHELTERS
- Primary Shelter—Uniform
- Shelter Site Selection
- Types of Shelters
Chapter 6: WATER PROCUREMENT
- Water Sources
- Still Construction
- Water Purification
- Water Filtration Devices
Chapter 7: FIRECRAFT
- Basic Fire Principles
- Site Selection and Preparation
- Fire Material Selection
- How to Build a Fire
- How to Light a Fire
Chapter 8: FOOD PROCUREMENT
- Animals for Food
- Traps and Snares
- Killing Devices
- Fishing Devices
- Cooking and Storage of Fish and Game
Chapter 9: SURVIVAL USE OF PLANTS
- Edibility of Plants
- Plants for Medicine
- Miscellaneous Uses of Plants
Chapter 10: POISONOUS PLANTS
- How Plants Poison
- All About Plants
- Rules for Avoiding Poisonous Plants
- Contact Dermatitis
- Ingestion Poisoning
Chapter 11: DANGEROUS ANIMALS
- Insects and Arachnids
- Venomous Snakes
- Snake-Free Areas
- Dangerous Lizards
- Dangers in Rivers
- Dangers in Bays and Estuaries
- Saltwater Dangers
- Other Dangerous Sea Creatures
Chapter 12: FIELD-EXPEDIENT WEAPONS, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
- Edged Weapons
- Other Expedient Weapons
- Cordage and Lashing
- Rucksack Construction
- Clothing and Insulation
- Cooking and Eating Utensils
Chapter 13: DESERT SURVIVAL
- Environmental Factors
- Need for Water
- Heat Casualties
- Desert Hazards
Chapter 14: TROPICAL SURVIVAL
- Tropical Weather
- Jungle Types
- Travel Through Jungle Areas
- Immediate Considerations
- Water Procurement
- Poisonous Plants
Chapter 15: COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL
- Cold Regions and Locations
- Basic Principles of Cold Weather Survival
- Medical Aspects
- Cold Injuries
- Weather Signs
Chapter 16: SEA SURVIVAL
- The Open Sea
Chapter 17: EXPEDIENT WATER CROSSINGS
- Rivers and Streams
- Flotation Devices
- Other Water Obstacles
- Vegetation Obstacles
Chapter 18: FIELD-EXPEDIENT DIRECTION FINDING
- Using the Sun and Shadows
- Using the Moon
- Using the Stars
- Making Improvised Compasses
- Other Means of Determining Direction
Chapter 19: SIGNALING TECHNIQUES
-Means for Signaling
-Codes and Signals
-Aircraft Vectoring Procedures
Chapter 20: SURVIVAL MOVEMENT IN HOSTILE AREAS
-Phases of Planning
Chapter 21: Camouflage
-Methods of Stalking
Chapter 22: CONTACT WITH PEOPLE
-Contact with Local People
-Changes to Political Allegiance
Chapter 23: SURVIVAL IN MAN-MADE HAZARDS
-The Nuclear Environment
Appendix A: Survival Kits
Appendix B: Edible and Medicinal Plants
Appendix C: Poisonous Plants
Appendix D: Dangerous Insects and Arachnids
Appendix E: Venomous Snakes and Mollusks
Appendix F: Dangerous Fish and Mollusks
Appendix G: Ropes and Knots
Appendix H: Clouds Foretellers of Weather
Appendix I: Evasion of Action Format
Learn the history of Booby traps formerly taught by the U.S. Army. As Booby traps are no longer in use by the Army due to international treaties.
This guide is the complete and definitive guide to the most effective and efficient booby traps as developed by the U.S. Army.
The book is for educational purposes only; learn how to both assemble, trigger, identify and remove booby traps in any environment. This manual contains in depth guides on practical and effective disguises of booby traps, and has approximately 100 images for those that prefer learning visually.
You should not try to create any device found in this book.
Lists more than 1500 species of mushroom, with over 2,500 photographs.
Suitable for occasional collectors and expert mycologists.
This application offers the most complete series of wild mushrooms and other fungi across Europe and North America. It features over 2,500 photographs of 1,560 fungi species, including edible, hallucinogenic, poisonous mushrooms, truffles, puffballs and brackets and is the perfect guide for identifying mushrooms. The species have been collected in the wild by Roger Phillips and other senior mycologists from both America and Europe. The images show each mushroom from many different angles, and often in their different stages of maturity to aid identification. Also included are descriptive keys, details of size, shape, color, habitat, and symbols to indicate edibility.
* No internet connection needed
* Detailed texts on over 1,500 mushrooms including scientific names, synonyms (including European names)
* Over 2,600 photographs, all zoomable using tap-to-zoom
* Full database list with facility to search texts to find strings (e.g. common names)
* Search by: Visual Appearance, Edibility (choice, edible, inedible, hallucinogenic, poisonous, and deadly), Fungus Colour, Normal Size, Cap Type, Stem Type, Flesh, and Habitat
* Search by over 50 individual mushroom attributes with numbers of exact and partial matches returned customizable
* Color/symbols for at-a-glance check of edibility
* Naming: The common names of the different mushrooms are also included together with French and German and other important names, the Latin names are all included.
* Save species to ‘favorites’
* Texts include details of microscopic analysis of spores for greater accuracy of identification