University of the West of Scotland
Life Sciences, Paisley Campus
|ASSESSMENT OF FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY|
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|
|The lowest option opens in a new browser window.|
|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;
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|Text © University of Paisley (page background & agaric graphics © A.J. Silverside)|
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