SVIMS General Membership Meeting for November 5th 2020
(South Vancouver Island Mycology Society)
This will once again be a Virtual Meeting via Zoom.
All members will be sent an email about 3 days prior to the event with the secure log in link to the Zoom meeting. Please make sure that you copy down the Meeting number and the password as you may be asked for this before you are let into the meeting. Please make every effort to mute your sound and video. Wear headphones where possible to cut down on background feedback as this interferes with any recording and can even block the feed from the speaker. All registered members with an email and who have updated their profiles should have received a Username and Password over the past 6 weeks. The latter only can be changed at this time and not the username. The website continues to be developed and all sections are accessible to the public except the secure members’ only section and that only by logging in. You do NOT have to log in to this member’s site to join the Zoom meeting which can be accessed by that link in the email sent to the members. Please do not share that link. We have received permission from our speaker to record the meeting which will then be included in the members only section as well as to post it as a live feed to the Facebook site, which is the backup if for some reason you cannot get into the Zoom meeting.
There will be some general announcements preceding the speaker.
Meeting Start Time: The meeting will open at 6:45 PM Pacific time and it would be appreciated if everyone is checked in by 7:00PM. Coming in after 7:00 PM, when the meeting is under way results in interference particularly if you are not muted.
Our Speaker: Editor-in-Chief of Mycotaxon: Lorelei L. Norvell email@example.com Pacific Northwest Mycology Service 6720 NW Skyline, Boulevard Portland, Oregon 97229-1309 USA
Title: Capturing hypotheses in Phaeocollybia: The Canadian Connection
“Dr. Lorelei Norvell is the editor in chief of the highly regarded journal- Mycotaxon.
The naming of fungi, their relationships and identification are critically important aspects in their study. Molecular approaches and concepts have impacted on our knowledge of species and genera.
Lorelei in her talk is going to use Phaeocollybia only as an example of her personal journey from the initial finds on Vancouver Island and her encounters with some Canadian Mycologists-characters. Did they get it right or wrong? What did the increasing sophistication of molecular studies uncover?”
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lorelei_Norvell which has details of her very impressive CV
Lorelei will be introduced by Adolf Ceska