Putting fungi on the map

Putting fungi on the map

We are building knowledge about distributions of fungi and we need your help. August Hao (University of Melbourne) & Tom May (Royal Botanic Gardens Vic) We know many Australian fungi have distinct distribution patterns, but these patterns are challenging t...

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FDU2 Maps – help needed

FDU2 Maps – help needed

Fungi Down Under 2 will include species maps and, in the lead up to publication, we want to identify gaps in the currently known distribution or any dots that look to be in the wrong place to make the final maps as accurate as possible. Test maps have been pr...

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Fungimap moving to iNaturalist

Fungimap moving to iNaturalist

Mapping observations of fungi has always been a core objective of Fungimap. Initially, recorders sent in records by mail, then email, and now there is also an on-line form on the Fungimap website, or recorders can submit records via a spreadsheet. Records are ...

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FDU2 maps – Agaricus xanthodermus

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Fungi at an urban park

Fungi at an urban park

Local parks are often the only places people see fungi. After 20 years of revegetation using 320 species of locally indigenous plants, Westgate Park has become a biodiversity hotspot thanks to the work of the Friends of Westgate Park (now Westgate Biodiversity...

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