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Fungi play an incredibly important role in all terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. They aid decomposition and nutrient cycling, help to create and stabilise soils, form relationships with plant roots that are essential for the survival of plants, and provide habitat and a food resource for a multitude of other organisms.

A guide to the common fungi of coastal New South Wales is designed to be used by people of all ages to identify fungi in the field. It also contains some great information on what fungi are, why they're so important, and where to find them.

  • What are fungi?
  • Agarics
  • Boletes
  • Leathers and polypores
  • Tooth fungi
  • Coral fungi
  • Jelly fungi
  • Puffballs and birds nest fungi
  • Stinkhorns
  • Ascomycota
  • Slime moulds
  • Author reference list
  • Glossary

Title          Common fungi of coastal New South Wales       
Author(s)        Sky Moore and Pam O'Sullivan
Pages          151         
ISBN          978 1 74256 9444         
Catalogue number          B962         
Year published          2016         
Publisher          NSW Department of Primary Industries         
Price          $20.00AUD (inc GST)

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