Mushroom Slide Program
Mushrooms in Kansas
is a NAMA slide program (No. 23) written by Ron Meyers. The 80 selected
photographs by Iralee Barnard, Elizabeth Moses, Dean Abel, Bruce Horn,
Richard Kay, Bob Lichtwardt and Ron Meyers cover some of the diversity
of mushrooms found in Kansas. Some of the mushrooms are very common,
but others are considered rather rare and unusual. Amanita populiphila,
Lycoperdon echinatum, Lycoperdon marginatum, and Ischnoderma resinosum
are among the mushrooms you are not likely to encounter on the average
While all the photographs
were taken in Kansas, many of the mushrooms are also probably found in
the other states of the great plains. The program is approximately
45 minutes long.
Individuals and organizations
may rent the program from NAMA at no cost to NAMA members except for return
postage and insurance. Non-NAMA members must pay $15 in addition
to return postage and insurance. The program includes a written script
and a recorded narrative on audio cassette tape. The cassette is
not cued for automatic advance of the slides.
Write or call Carlene Skeffington,
505 West Hollis St., Suite 109, Nashua NH 03062. Her phone is (603)
654-2125 or (603) 882-0331.
When requesting give your
name, street address (no P.O. boxes), phone number, and the date you need
the program Please be sure to allow plenty of time for packing and
shipping as well as time for you to preview the program. If you want
confirmation of your written order, please include a self-addressed, stamped
postcard or envelope. Non-NAMA members must include payment at the
time the order is placed.
Check the program as soon
as it arrives. If anything is amiss, call Carlene at once.
She will try to correct any problems in time for your presentation.
You will need a Kodak slide projector and either a cassette player or reading
Return the program the
day after you use it. Scheduling is often tight, and others may be
waiting. Please verify that all slides are present and in order.
Mail everything back in a single package, first class, insured for $50.