International Mycological Association (IMA)
Association internationale de mycologie
Asociación Internacional Micológica
Internationale Mykologische Gesellschaft
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1971-09-14 Exeter UK
Founded at 1st International Mycological Congress. Constitutes the Section for General Microbiology of B-XB2698 - International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS). Current statutes adopted 6 Aug 2010, Edinburgh (UK).
Encourage all branches of mycology, in particular international aspects; represent mycological interests at international level; encourage liaison among national, regional and international bodies with mycological interests.
Events2024-07-08 | Maastricht, Netherlands – International Mycological Congress
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General Assembly (at International Mycological Congress); Executive Committee. E-XE1175 - International Commission on the Taxonomy of Fungi (ICTF), founded 1982, is a joint commission of IMA and IUMS Division of Mycology.
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