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WELCOME TO THE
FUNGAL DIVERSITY SURVEY

Formerly North American Mycoflora Project (NAMP)

NEW

 Mushroom Hour Podcast 
FunDiS: Championing fungal conservation, together
August 22, 2021 - Featuring featuring Bill Sheehan & Gabriela D'Elia
Podcast [1hr 17min]

Fungal Conservation: What you and your club can
do.
August 14, 2021 - A presentation by Sigrid Jakob
Slides

View more presentations here

FunDiS Programs

FunDiS iNaturalist
Diversity Database
FunDiS West Coast
Rare 10 Fungi Challenge
My PCR Journey
How FunDiS turned me into
a kitchen scientist
FunDiS Contributions
to Professional Mycology

Featured projects

McIlvaine's Fungi
of Philadelphia
Green-Wood Fungi
Phenology Project (NY)
Macrofungi of
Lane County (OR)
Bridle Trails
Funga (WA)
2019 Continental Mycoblitz
The California Channel Islands - Docmenting macrofungi on a remote ocean island
Valdosta State University Mycoportal (GA)
Fungi of Arizona

What we do

We equip community and professional scientists with the tools to document the diversity and distribution of fungi across North America.

Why we do it

To increase awareness of the critical role of fungi in the health of our ecosystems and allow us to better protect them in a world of rapid climate change and habitat loss.

Who we're for 

We aim to engage all levels of mushroom lovers who want to contribute basic knowledge about fungal diversity and distribution.
 

Our VISION: a world in which the fungal kingdom is fully documented, understood, appreciated, utilized, and protected.

Our MISSION: to increase scientific knowledge and public awareness of the critical role of fungi in the health of our ecosystems and to better utilize and protect them in a world of rapid climate change and habitat loss. We do this by equipping community scientists, working with professionals, with the tools to document the diversity and distribution of fungi across North America.

 

Fungal Diversity Survey is committed to an inclusive, diverse and equitable environment where all board members, staff, volunteers, and participants feel respected and valued regardless of age, race, ethnicity, national origin, religious belief, gender, sexual orientation or identity, disability, education, socioeconomic status, or any other bias.

About Fungal Diversity Survey

FunDiS is dedicated to a world in which the fungal kingdom is fully documented, understood, appreciated and protected.