The Mycology Webpages was created by Dr. David Malloch, renowned mycology and research associate at the New Brunswick Museum of Natural Sciences. The site seeks to celebrate "the astounding diversity of fungi and our unending fascination with them." Readers should begin on the Natural History of the Fungi page, where they can learn background knowledge on fungi, such as reproduction, construction, and classification. Under Checklists readers can view alphabetized lists of fungi and access "A Preliminary Report of the Microfungi of Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge (Sanibel Island, Florida), December 2010," which summarizes a micro fungi collection study that collected specimens now stored at the New Brunswick Museum. On the Moulds page, users can read an "Internet version" of Dr. David Malloch's book, which was created to meet the need for a "simple text demonstrating what moulds are and how they are grown and identified." The Essays on Fungi page offers eight different entries (as of this write-up), one of which is in French. Finally, on the News Brunswick Museum page, users are linked to the Museum's website, where they can learn about exhibits "that document or represent the natural and human history of New Brunswick and other related regions." The Mycology Webpages was last revised in June of 2019 and is also available in French.