New call for FDU images

The second edition of Fungi Down Under is well under way. This edition will have 100 further species, bringing the total number of species to 200. We will also be including pages giving further information on each of the major groups covered in the book. We (editors Tom May, Pam Catcheside, Sarah Lloyd) would be grateful for images of any of the Fungimap target species that are proposed for the second edition. These are shown in bold on the full list that can be accessed here.
We have no images for the following:
Auriscalpium barbatum Cladia muelleri Itajaya hornseyi Multifurca stenophylla Setchelliogaster tenuipes Thamnolia vermicularis Trichaleurina (Galiella) javanica
And few images of these:
Amanita flavella Amanita hemibapha Annulohypoxylon bovei Amanita hemibapha Calyptella longipes Coltriciella dependens Cortinarius canarius Cortinarius globuliformis Cribbea turbinispora Cruentomycena viscidocruenta Cyclocybe (Agrocybe) parasitica Entoloma austroroseum Henningsomyces candidus Hexagonia vesparia Humidicutis viridimagentea Laccaria sp. ‘A’ Lentinus tuber-regium Leucoagaricus leucothites Limacella pitereka Marasmius alveolaris Microstoma insititium (Cookeina tricholoma) Multifurca stenophylla Oudemansiella exannulata Phillipsia subpurpurea Pholiota aff.aurivella Pluteus atromarginatus group Scytinotus (Pleurotopsis) longinquus Septobasidium clelandii Teloschistes chrysophthalmus Xanthoparmelia semiviridis Xeromphalina leonina Xylaria hypoxylon
Please send jpeg images at LOW resolution, i.e. 72 dpi and no larger than about 4 MB. Please DO NOT crop your photographs. Please rename every file you send with:
  •  Name of fungus – can be abbreviated, e.g. Nidularia sp. could be Nid sp
  •  Name of photographer – can be initials (if regular contributor to Fungimap)
It is essential for us to have your permission to use your photographs in the field guide so please send a completed copyright permission form: with your images to Pam Catcheside ( Photographers will of course be acknowledged in the book. Pam Catcheside, Tom May, Sarah Lloyd. Featured photo by Steve Axford