The fungi of Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve and its environs have been surveyed for the past fifty years by David Hawksworth and a large group of colleagues, and the site is almost certainly the most intensively sampled of its type in the world. Numerous new species have been published based on collections from the reserve, and a substantial number of papers have documented the survey effort. Compilations include:
Dobson, F.S. & Hawksworth, D.L. (1996). The Slapton fungal (including lichen) survey: inventorying and documenting changes in the mycobiota. Field Studies 8: 677-684.
Hawksworth, D.L. (1972). The natural history of Slapton Ley Nature Reserve. IV. Lichens. Field Studies 3: 535-578.
Hawksworth, D.L. (1976). The natural history of Slapton Ley Nature Reserve. X. Fungi. Field Studies 4: 391–439.
Hawksworth, D.L. (1986). The natural history of Slapton Ley Nature Reserve. XVII. Additions to and changes in the fungi (including lichens). Field Studies 6: 365–382.
The current inventory can be downloaded via the links below: the master list is arranged taxonomically. The maps are derived from Hawksworth (1976).