Pseudohydnum gelatinosum, Paul George CC-BY-SA
Find fungal data on the ALA
The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) is a fantastic ‘one stop shop’ for viewing and interpreting distribution information for Australia’s flora, fauna and fungi.
The ALA aggregates data from a variety of sources and puts all the occurrences for each species on a map that can be viewed at different scales. The power of the ALA is that it brings together both specimen data from herbaria around Australia and observation data such as that from Fungimap. The ALA website is here.
Look up a fungal group in your state:
- Sydney Fungal Studies Group
- Central Coast & Hunter Regional Fungi Network, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook page
- Field Naturalists Club of Victoria – Fungi Group
- Adelaide Fungal Studies Group, email: PamCatcheside@sa.gov.au,
- Fungi Lovers Adventure Group (FLAG), email: email@example.com
- Western Australian Naturalists Club, Fungi Study Group, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fungi Forays in Denmark Area, email: email@example.com
- Friends of Warwick Bushland, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project (now closed)