Louis Imler

Louis Imler

Louis Imler (1900-1993) was one of the most important European mycologists of his time. His critical look into every mycological subject had been noticed by his French friends. More than once, other professionals counted on his talents as a microscopic draftsman. His numerous critical notes and his colourfast drawings in the Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France are of great importance to the European mycology, as well as his contributions to the 'Icones Mycologicae'. Louis Imler was the founder of the Antwerp Mycological Circle, of which he was president for many years.

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