International Commission on the Taxonomy of Fungi (ICTF)
Founded 1982, as a joint commission of the Division of Mycology of B-XB1314 - International Union of Microbiological Societies (IUMS), K-XE9737 - IUMS Division of Mycology, and B-XD4105 - International Mycological Association (IMA), the Section for General Mycology of B-XB2698 - International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS). Statutes adopted, 19 Aug 1994; modified 14 Aug 2002; 15 Apr 2018.
Promote work on taxonomy and nomenclature of fungi, especially fungi of economic importance; encourage dissemination of results; develop and support working groups and subcommissions focused on specific taxonomic groups; develop good taxonomic practice.
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