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Turquoise Elfcup, Chlorociboria aeruginosa

Join a Project

The easiest way to learn to study fungi for science with FunDiS is to join an existing project. 

  • Many project leaders welcome new members to help with collecting, photographing and identifying fungi. 
  • It’s also an opportunity to learn about drying collections and preparing them for DNA sequencing
  • Meet some new mushroom friends, explore new collecting areas, and learn while you contribute.

 

To see if there is a project near you check the Map of FunDiS projects.
Then check the List of r
egistered FunDiS projects, Column G “Join?,” to see if a nearby project leader is willing to be contacted. 

  • If so, note the Project ID and Name and email register@fundis.org to request the leader’s contact info. 
  • Contact the project leader, describe your interests, experience, location and availability, and learn what assistance they are seeking.

The easiest way to learn to study fungi for science with FunDiS is to join an existing project. 

  • Many project leaders welcome new members to help with collecting, photographing and identifying fungi. 
  • It’s also an opportunity to learn about drying collections and preparing them for DNA sequencing
  • Meet some new mushroom friends, explore new collecting areas, and learn while you contribute.

 

To see if there is a project near you check the Map of FunDiS projects.
Then check the List of r
egistered FunDiS projects, Column G “Join?,” to see if a nearby project leader is willing to be contacted. 

  • If so, note the Project ID and Name and email register@fundis.org to request the leader’s contact info. 
  • Contact the project leader, describe your interests, experience, location and availability, and learn what assistance they are seeking.

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