Armin Weise

Unido: 27.mar.2018 Última actividad: 20.feb.2024 iNaturalist

I am a PhD student in Forestry at Clemson University, South Carolina, where I am working on a Southern Appalachian oak-pine woodland restoration.

My masters work was on a longleaf pine restoration project in the SC Sandhills region where I worked on restoring the understory vegetation for a future longleaf pine woodland.

I got my Bachelors at Warren Wilson College in North Carolina where I focused on Sustainable Forestry and Management and on plant-fungal interactions. I worked on the mycorrhizal associates and ecology of Monotropsis odorata (pygmy pipes). I've become pretty interested in the Monotropoideae (Ericaceae) as well as other myco-heterotrophic plants as a result.

Contrary to what my iNat name may suggest, I am not exactly a fungal expert (although I do like fungi)... but it does have to do with mycorrhizae :)

If anybody would like to use any of my images, just contact me and I'd be happy to send them to you. I upload most of them at a much reduced size to the platform. Please also give me photo credit wherever you do end up using a photo!

My identification Heat Map: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/map?ident_user_id=mycoweise&fbclid=IwAR1TXOxcnOZ8BJRkn-6beI1dTx12OpRoZr0bbzsJdOkMir9fepU7V2xtiyI#6/35.695/-83.002

My iNat life list: https://www.inaturalist.org/lifelists/mycoweise?tree_mode=full_taxonomy&taxon_id=47126

Year in Review 2021: https://www.inaturalist.org/stats/2021/mycoweise

Profile photo by Kelsey Myers Elliott.

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