Visit and subscribe to the Fungimap YouTube channel @fungimap , includes videos such as:
- Fungi identification workshop for beginners by Roz Hart and Laurton McGurk
- Truffle biodiversity and mammal interactions webinar by Dr Susan Nuske
- Westgate Park revegetation: fungi biodiversity webinar by Lyn Allison
- Slime moulds: revealing their magic through the lens webinar by Steve Young
- Specimen preservation and purpose webinar by Dr Jordan Bailey
- Boletes in Australia: from there to here webinar by Roy Halling
- Fungimap: putting Australian fungi on the map across three decades webinar by Dr Tom May
- Dr Tom May Talking from the Tarkine region of Tasmania, mycologist Tom May explains the importance of fungi in ecosystems and the ways that you can contribute to the Fungimap mapping scheme for Australian fungi.
- An overview of fungi by Dr Tom May
- What are Fungi? by Dr Sapphire McMullan-Fisher, explains what fungi are, the different types of fungi that make up this diverse kingdom, and the important ecological roles they play in our environment.
The Forgotten Kingdom – a beautiful six part series of short 4 minute videos by ecologist Dr Alison Pouliot.
The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board have developed a series of videos on fungi, including How to log your fungi sightings on iNaturalist, How to go on a fungi walk, and The kingdom of fungi.
The Wood Wide Web by the BBC – how trees talk to each other – with fungi of course!
Fungal ecologist Dr Sapphire McMullan-Fisher on My Garden Path as part of Gardening Australia.
Sarah Lloyd on Gardening Australia (18 Mar 2018) Sarah gives us a glimpse into the fascinating world of slime moulds – with their spore-producing stages appearing like tiny pieces of jewellery. She emphasises the vital role of fallen logs and litterer as habitat for slime moulds and other fungi and says There’s no such thing as waste on the forest floor.
“Fungi are amazing” Dr Sapphire McMullan-Fisher interviewed by Suzy Ramone and Bec Kemp ABC National Digital Radio (1 July 2017)
Dr Alison Pouliot Finding cures for mycomyopia – embedding fungi in Australian biodiversity conservation. An engaging, humorous, and even poetic look at why the vitally important kingdom of Fungi are too often ignored in biodiversity actions and policies.
Dr Paul Stamets 6 ways mushrooms can save the world!
Dr Paul Stamets Mushroom magic – bioneers. Paul Stamets, visionary mycologist extraordinaire, has discovered several new species of mushrooms and pioneers countless techniques in the field of edible and medicinal mushroom cultivation