Marasmius bulliardii Quél. 1878 (Pouciquot wood, Toulouse, France), ©Jonathan Cazabonne

Those who are alike are not the same and the same are not alike. […] Mushrooms are so fleeting, so polymorphic, that with them we have to content ourselves with knowing our uncertainties

Georges Becker (1974), translated from original French text

M.Sc student in ecology and forest ecosystem management at University of Quebec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT), Canada

Ecology Research Group of RCM Abitibi (GREMA), Forest Research Institute (IRF)

Research directors : Miguel Montoro Girona and Annie DesRochers

Permanent address : Groupe de recherche en écologie de la MRC Abitibi, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, campus d’Amos, bureau 5023, 341 Rue principale nord, J9T 2L8, Québec, Canada

©Dominic Leclerc

Email. jonathan.cazabonne@uqat.ca or cazabonne.jonathan@gmail.com (preferred); Cell. (+1) 873-560-1096 or (+33) 0777761602

I also do some independent research in fungal integrative taxonomy, molecular systematics, ecology and evolution.

Filmed conference in French, “Demystifying fungi: beyond our biases about mycology”, 09/01/2023, Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse, France) with the naturalist associations Dryades and Veracruz

We are unthinkable without fungi, yet seldom do we think about them. It is an ignorance we can’t afford to sustain.

FaunaFloraFunga (FFF) initiative’s statement (also in Year in review 2022, FFF initiative)