I think one of my problems with keeping specimens is which ones to keep and which ones to pass up. Over the years I have gained some knowledge of whether the fungi is common or not. Trouble is sometimes fungi that I do not post because I have seen them several times, are ones that I should have taken that extra interest in. My knowledge is very limited. As you are aware, sometimes on an excursion I would photograph up to 100 fungi, and possibly post only 20 specimens.. I need a mycologist companion. Noah has been with me for a day, and has only observered one tenth of the fungi I am privelged to see during our fungi season. He was impressed I believe with what I was able to show him when he spent the day, and he found fungi I missed!. I also catalog Austalian flora and Fauna and try to specialise in photos of Birds in Flight. Too many eggs in the basket, but I do enjoy every minute in our Aussie bushlands.