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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New video: The Kingdom Fungi

New video: The Kingdom Fungi

Ecologist and photographer Alison Pouliot has released a beautiful new short video introducing viewers to the world of Australian fungi and why they are so important. Check it out!

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A Fungi walk in SW Karri forest, WA

A Fungi walk in SW Karri forest, WA

Mat shared with us on Facebook his delightful video – Look closer – a fungi walk in the wet Karri forest of south-west WA. For those of you in the south-east, you will notice how much the Karri looks like Mountain Ash.

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Leave a living legacy

Leave a living legacy

Fungimap has now established a bequest fund to help us protect fungi and the environment through our advocacy, conservation work, and education. Here’s how to bequest.

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SA Fungimap frogs and fungi booked out

SA Fungimap frogs and fungi booked out

This National Science Week festival event at the Adelaide Hills Science Hub Saturday 8 August has been enormously popular. Festival-goers will join experts Steve Walker, FrogWatch SA Coordinator, and Jasmin Packer, Fungimap, for a fungi foray and frog-spott...

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