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'BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION'

 
 
ASSESSMENT OF FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY
(index page)

This page is concerned with the fungal sampling exercise that is a component of the field-trips for this module. It provides illustrations of some of the key or noteworthy fungi used in biodiversity assessment.

Note that the downloadable data-set of past and present records is now accessed via the module Blackboard (registration required).

Choose what you wish to do and sample the appropriate toadstool.
Go to background information on the fungi of the field visit sites: page 1
Go to background information on the fungi of the field visit sites: page 2
Go to a general account of 'waxcap grasslands' and their biodiversity assessment
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Page author: Dr. Alan J. Silverside, October 1998, revised and transferred to lastdragon.org, October 2009.
Previously hosted at www-biol.paisley.ac.uk.
This remains a teaching page for the University of the West of Scotland, Paisley Campus;
for text layout and clarity it is best viewed with Internet Explorer.
E-mail: alan.silverside@uws.ac.uk
Text © University of Paisley   (page background & agaric graphics © A.J. Silverside)
 
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