A very rare Cort in the Southern Hemisphere and also possibly in the Northern Hemisphere

A very rare Cort in the Southern Hemisphere and also possibly in the Northern Hemisphere

By Susie Webster and Pat Leonard I was going for a nice walk in Landsborough, Queensland, back in late July and not really expecting to see any fungi let alone any interesting ones. Not a metre from the railway track, I noticed a nice looking puckered Bolete o...

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World Fungus Day: international seminar

World Fungus Day: international seminar

On 2nd October, hear from 11 renowned speakers spanning all continents in a series of online talks. Event runs for 7 hours, hosted by the Arboricultural Association UK. Click here for more information and to book in.

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Re:wild and IUCN SSC become first global organisations to call for the recognition of fungi as one of the three kingdoms of life!

Re:wild and IUCN SSC become first global organisations to call for the recognition of fungi as one of the three kingdoms of life!

Environmental groups and the Chilean Ministry of Environment join the Fungi Foundation in committing to promote inclusive “fauna, flora and funga” language and ensure that fungi— which are critical to all life on Earth—are integrated into co...

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Australia’s rarest fungus discovered clinging to life on French Island

Australia’s rarest fungus discovered clinging to life on French Island

Media release: Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Scientists and volunteers from Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria have discovered the largest population of Australia’s oddest and most critically endangered fungus on French Island, Victoria. Tea-Tree Fingers (Hypoc...

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Sign in support of fungi

Sign in support of fungi

It is still the case that fungi (or now perhaps ‘funga’) are overlooked by most international instruments of government. The Convention on Biological Diversity explicitly refer to flora and fauna but fail to mention fungi, despite its great importa...

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