Entoloma ravinense – an endangered species of fungus

Entoloma ravinense – an endangered species of fungus

By Pam Catcheside & David Catcheside Email: Pam Catcheside pam.catcheside[at]sa.gov.au First published: Catcheside PS, Catcheside DEA (2021). Entoloma ravinense – an endangered species of fungus. The South Australian Naturalist. 94: 168-172. INTRODUC...

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iNaturalist project – Frequently Asked Questions

iNaturalist project – Frequently Asked Questions

If you are not yet a member of the Fungimap Australia project on iNaturalist, visit https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/projects/fungimap-australia and click on “Join this project” on the upper right of the page. Top 6 most Frequently Asked Questions ab...

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Find our Fungi! SA Murraylands and Riverland region

Find our Fungi! SA Murraylands and Riverland region

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board (SA) have teamed up with Fungimap to develop a citizen science instruction booklet and identification chart for community fungi monitoring. Ten target species have been selected, and community citizen scientists ar...

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Perth: Sharp-eyed four year old spots previously unrecorded slime mould in Kings Park

Perth: Sharp-eyed four year old spots previously unrecorded slime mould in Kings Park

By Roz Hart, Fungimap President My four year old grandson Miles Hart was playing in the natural areas playground in Kings Park, Perth, when he noticed what looked like small greeny-blue and some bronze-gold metallic balls sticking at the base and up a tree s...

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Fungimap data up-to-date in the Atlas of Living Australia

Fungimap data up-to-date in the Atlas of Living Australia

When Fungimap commenced in the mid 1990s, records submitted were stored at first in spreadsheets and then in the “Fungimap database”, an Access database maintained at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria. There was no on-line interface for this database but th...

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