These publications are free for you to download and enjoy!
A guide to common fungi of the Hunter-Central Rivers region
This publication will inspire, intrigue and enlighten readers as they enter the fascinating world of an important and often misunderstood natural kingdom: fungi.
Moore, S and O’Sullivan, P.
Hunter Local Land Services website www.lls.nsw.gov.au/hunter; 2014
About the Queensland Fungi Festival
Fungimap Inc, the Australasian Mycological Society and the Queensland Mycological Society hosted the Queensland Fungi Festival in April 2014. Highlights of the program included Roy Halling from the New York Botanic Gardens; the launch of Australian Subtropical Fungi – a new field guide; and Fungimap’s Sponsor a Species campaign.
This document includes a summary of each of the talks presented at Why Mushrooms and Moulds Matter, expertly put together by Susan Nuske.
Fungimap Inc website www.fungimap.org.au; 2014
Climate Change and Brisbane Macrofungi
A Critique on how Climate Change may affect Macrofungal Biodiversity with Recommendations for their Conservation. A report for the Brisbane City Council.
Tony Young and Nigel Fechner
Guide to Surveying Fungi in Australia
In May 2013, Fungimap published their first Citizen Science Guide, the Guide to Surveying Fungi in Australia. This is available for free to download as a PDF, and as amendments and additions are made, you will be able to access current versions and amendments from the Fungimap website.
Alena Lindsay, Richard Robinson, Tom May, Sapphire JM McMullan-Fisher
Fungimap Inc website www.fungimap.org.au; 2013
The third ‘F’ — fungi in Australian biodiversity conservation: actions, issues and initiatives
Australia’s biota, including fungi, is highly diverse and highly endemic with many species also highly at risk of extinction.
Alison M. Pouliot and Tom W. May
Mycologia Balcanica 7: 41–48 (2010)