mycophagist

noun
my·coph·a·gist | \mī-ˈkä-fə-jist \

Definition of mycophagist 

: one that eats fungi (such as mushrooms)

Other Words from mycophagist

mycophagy \-jē \ noun

First Known Use of mycophagist

1861, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for mycophagist

mycophagy, from myc- + -phagy

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