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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Conservation work continues on Tea-tree Fingers

Conservation work continues on Tea-tree Fingers

By Sapphire McMullan-Fisher Fungal enthusiasts should be heartened to hear that work continues on conserving the threatened fungus Tea-tree Fingers (TTF, Hypocreopsis amplectens). TTF is an unusual fungus as it is a mycoparasite of wood rot fungi Hymenochaetop...

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FDU2 maps – Agaricus xanthodermus

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Fungi4Land project

Fungi4Land project

Fungi4Land: A Guide for Managers is a new venture by Roz Hart and Sapphire McMullan-Fisher to develop a practical, science-based guide for conservation and restoration in Australian landscapes, informed by the myriad of interactions between plants, animals, ...

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Victoria’s fungal biodiversity map project – Goulburn-Broken

Victoria’s fungal biodiversity map project – Goulburn-Broken

The third of our workshops for citizen scientists in this Community Volunteer Action project will take place in the Goulburn-Broken Catchment Management Area at Euroa on Friday 8 June as part of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network’s se...

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