Stop ‘weedy’ fungi spread

Stop ‘weedy’ fungi spread

Fungal ‘weeds’ have been introduced or hitch-hiked into Australia and many are now well established, spreading from parks and gardens into bushlands with significant potential to threaten biodiversity. Like plant weeds, these fungi are displacing the nati...

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1st WA Fungi Festival a success!

1st WA Fungi Festival a success!

The Manjimup highlights: Forest, Fungi and Fauna for Families held at Tone-Perup Nature Reserve, where Roz Hart gave an entertaining display of why fungi are such vital food for marsupials and their poo so good for truffles! 50 adults and children went bu...

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Slippery Jack lookout

Slippery Jack lookout

Queensland Mycological Society is targeting population samples of Suillus luteus, S.quiescens, S. granulatus, S. collinitis, S bovinus and S. corthurnatus (5-10 sporocaps collected in the same area) and asking people to look out for these Slippery Jacks whic...

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New Pocket Guide, South West WA

New Pocket Guide, South West WA

Mushrooms and other Fungi of South West Western Australia by Sapphire McMullan-Fisher and Katrina Syme, published by the Western Australian Naturalists’ Club is now out. It contains 91 common mushrooms and other fungi from South West WA with images from the ...

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Online Fungimap record released

Online Fungimap record released

Mapping species of fungi is important for our knowledge about their distribution and our aim is to make it easier for citizen scientists to submit good, accurate records of the fungi they observe. With this in mind we have devised an online record form, access...

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