Fungimap is recruiting!

Fungimap is recruiting!

Our current Fungimap Coordinator, Sophie Green, has started work for us on a major project in South Australia – Fungi for Function – so we are looking for a new coordinator for the next 3 years or so. For a member or a subscriber to Fungimap it&#8...

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Exciting news: Fungimap awarded large SA citizen science grant!

Exciting news: Fungimap awarded large SA citizen science grant!

We are very pleased to announce that we were successful in securing a grant from the South Australia government as part of their Citizen Science Large Grants program! The funding is for a 3 year pilot project called “Fungi for Function: bushland health i...

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Grant success!

Grant success!

We are thrilled to announce that we were successful in securing a $5,000 grant from the Wettenhall Environment Trust! This grant is to progress the groundbreaking work of nominating the critically endangered Tea-tree Fingers (Hypocreopsis amplectens) for Commo...

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New resource: how to photograph and describe my fungus

New resource: how to photograph and describe my fungus

Catherine Marciniak (@planet_fungi) and Susie Webster from Fungimap have kindly put together a free downloadable field guide for photographing and describing fungal specimens (complete with beautiful photos by Steve Axford!) It also includes a step-by-step pro...

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Tasmaniomyxa umbilicata: a new genus and species of slime mould from Tasmania

Tasmaniomyxa umbilicata: a new genus and species of slime mould from Tasmania

Article and images by Sarah Lloyd OAM Tasmaniomyxa umbilicata was one of the first slime moulds I ever misidentified! To my inexperienced eye it looked like a Lamproderma, and even northern hemisphere experts who saw the fruiting bodies didn’t think otherw...

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