Welcome to my webpage about the  Mycena citricolor. 

 To those of us that love coffee, the Mycena citricoloMycena citricolor mushroom on coffee beanr could pose a real problem to our lives.  The Mycena citricolor is a parasitic fungus that attacks the leaves of the plants that produce our coffee beans in South America.  The goal of this website is to give you a range of knowledge of this parasitic fungus.  In this website you can learn about the classification, form/function, and the interactions that the Mycena citricolor has with other organisms. 


     This project is part of multipleorganisms.net.  On this site you can learn about many otherMycena citricolor destroying leaf organisms that other students have studied in the past.  For example, Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a fungus that another student that has studied that is responsible for the rising of bread during the baking process. Another fungus that a previous student researched in the same order as the Mycena citricolor was the "Magic Mushroom."  The Psilocybe cubensis is a mushroom that can be used as a medicine or as a hallucinogen.


Now that you have been introduced to the Mycena citricolor it's time to learn more about the Classification of the Mycena citricolor.