|A Beginner’s Guide to Collecting Lichens in Queensland|
By Vanessa Ryan
|A Beginner’s Guide to Identifying Lichens in Queensland|
By Vanessa Ryan
|A little Field Guide to the West Brisbane Fungi|
By Megan Prance and Sapphire McMullan-Fisher
This little field Guide has been produced as a result of a survey conducted in 2014 by the Wolston and Centenary Catchments Inc. The survey covered an area of approximately 100 square kilometres bounded by the Brisbane River, Oxley Creek and the Logan Motorway.
|Basics of Microscopy |
The notes used for a mini-workshop held by Diana Leemon for the QMS.
|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.
By Tony Young and Nigel Fechner
|Fungi in Australia|
This freely downloadable e-book (PDF format), which consists of 9 parts, is intended to serve as a resource to assist in the identification of some fungi that may be encountered in our native forests. It can be downloaded for free from the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria Website
|Queensland’s Stinkhorns Poster|
A poster to help you identify Queensland’s 19 species of Stinkhorns.
|Queensland’s Stinkhorns Species Descriptions|
All the Stinkhorn species mentioned in the above poster are described here in greater detail.
|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.
By Alison M. Pouliot and Tom W. May
Mycologia Balcanica 7: 41–48 (2010)