Fungi Iberici

Fungi Iberici is the official journal of the Iberian Mycological Society (SIM) that will publish articles in digital format and free of charge. The main objective of Fungi Iberici is to contribute to improve the knowledge of the mycobiota of our territory (Iberian Peninsula, Ceuta, Melilla, Macaronesian Islands, Balearic Islands, as well as other islans that belong to Spain and Portugal. Thus, we aim to prioritize monographic works, revisions, reports of rare species, new records for our territory, or inventories of poorly sampled areas.

Fungi Iberici is a journal of free access. Fungi Iberici does not charges for reviewing manuscripts nor for accepting papers for publication.

 

 

Contact: micoliber@gmail.com

Scientific committee
Ibai Olariaga Ibarguren (coordinator), Rey Juan Carlos University
Luis Alberto Parra Sánchez, Asociación Micológica Arandina
Juan Carlos Zamora Señoret, Swedish Museum of Natural History

Comité editorial
Fernando Esteve Raventós, Alcalá University
Isaac Garrido Benavent, Real Jardín Botánico (CSIC)
Carlos Lado Rodríguez, Real Jardín Botánico (CSIC)
Gabriel Moreno Horcajada, Alcalá University
Fermín Pancorbo Maza, Sociedad Micológica de Madrid
Luis A. Parra Sánchez, Asociación Micológica Arandina
Ita Paz Conde, Agrupació Micològica Berguedana
Pablo Pérez Daniëls, Universidad of Córdoba
Sergio Pérez Gorjón, Universidad of Salamanca
Luis Quijada Fumero, Dept. Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard Herbarium
Borja Rodríguez De Francisco, Instituto Pasteur
Chemi Traba Velay, Federación Galega de Micoloxía
Juan Manuel Velasco Santos, Sociedad Micológica Salmantina Lazarillo
João Luís Baptista-Ferreira, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa

Comité redactor
Julián Alonso Díaz, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Sociedades Micolóxica Lucus
Fermín Pancorbo Maza, Sociedad Micológica de Madrid
Francisco José Rodríguez Campo, Sociedad Micológica de Madrid
Juan Manuel Velasco Santos, Sociedad Micológica Salmantina Lazarillo
João Luís Baptista-Ferreira, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa