Taxonomy: Part 2. The Tree of Life

Taxonomy: Part 2. The Tree of Life

In Part 1 we established that the taxonomy of organisms is a very useful and essential human concept if we are going to study biology, and we started to get a grasp of how that taxonomy works. We can also see why it changes from time to time as new information...

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Adelaide Fungal Studies Group Annual Report 2021-2022

Adelaide Fungal Studies Group Annual Report 2021-2022

AFSG Annual Report July 2021-July 2022 The AFSG has in the past year grown in membership and I have been impressed with the commitment of all the members to provide expertise to community groups in addition to providing expertise to AFSG forays, workshops and ...

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Taxonomy: Part 1. What is it?

Taxonomy: Part 1. What is it?

I have been asked to write a few words about biological taxonomy – simple, heh! If only! Firstly, as naturalists and biologists, we probably think mostly in terms of genus and species. But – taxonomic classification is just a system whereby things are orga...

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Next funginar: Barry Muir

Next funginar: Barry Muir

We are pleased to introduce Barry Muir from Cairns as our next webinar speaker:   Thursday 10th November 5pm AWST (WA), 6.30pm ACST (NT), 7pm AEST (QLD), 7.30pm ACDT (SA), 8pm AEDT (VIC/NSW/TAS) Held via Zoom. Free for Fungimap members, donation for every...

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Waite foray

Waite foray

The Waite Conservation Reserve, known to be the largest and best surviving Grey Box Grassy Woodland in South Australia, opened its gates for a fungi foray at the Springwood Park side on 23 July 2022. Thirty-five Friends of Waite CR (FWCR) who expressed enthus...

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