R. Agerer (approx. 3,500 herbarium specimens and 4,800 specimens of other preservation types), A. Allescher (approx. 12,000 specimens), F. C. G. Arnold (approx. 4,000 specimens, mainly lichenicolous fungi), G. Bresadola (approx. 5,000 specimens), H. & H. Doppelbaur (approx. 6,500 specimens, mainly phytopathogenic taxa), E. Eichhorn (approx. 5,000 specimens, mainly Uredinales), A. Einhellinger (approx. 5,500 specimens, mainly macromycetes), H. Große-Brauckmann (approx. 6,000 specimens, mainly corticioid and polyporoid fungi), H. Jahn (approx. 6,000 specimens, mainly Poriales), S. Killermann (approx. 25,000 specimens, mainly from Bavaria), E. Ludwig (approx. 4,000 specimens, mainly Agaricales s.l. from Europe), M. Moser (approx. 1,000 specimens, mainly Agaricales s.l.), H. Müller (approx. 3,500 specimens of Myxomycota), G. Niessl von Mayendorf (approx. 20,000 specimens), H. Neubert (approx. 7,500 specimens of Myxomycota), F. Petrak (approx. 20,000 specimens), M. Schnittler (approx. 10,000 specimens of Myxomycota), E. Soehner (approx. 2,500 specimens, mainly hypogaeous fungi from Bavaria), J. Stangl (approx. 2,500 specimens, mainly Inocybe).
Water colours and other hand drawings
Important series: M. Britzelmayr (approx. 1,500 water colours and pencil drawings of Basidiomycota), J. Schäffer (approx. 900 water colours of Basidiomycota), K. Schieferdecker (approx. 1,300 water colours mainly of fungi from Germany), F. Wohlfarth (approx. 1,900 water colours mainly of macromycetes from Central Europe).
Microscope Slide Collection
Fungi (mycorrhizae, slime moulds), with approx. 5,500 specimens
Fungi (ICEM ectomycorrhizae) with approx. 2,500 specimens