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Fungi targets of the SA Murray-Darling Basin

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With thanks to our photographers:

Ramaria lorithamnus, Amanita grisette, Cortinarius rotundisporus, Lichenomphalia and Geastrum triplexNeale Dyster

Amanita muscariaSteve Axford

Omphalotus nidiformisRenata Faast

Mycena narganTorbjorn von Strokirch

Rickenella fibula – David Pearce

Coltricia cinnamomeaDavid Catcheside