Arborists' website launches tree fungi directory

Arborists' website Arbtalk has launched a tree fungi directory.

Arbtalk administrator Steve Bullman said:

"This has been in development for the past several months and now contains most of the common fungi that we deal with day to day, along with a few additions. This is a work in progress and we hope to build on the current content substantially over the coming months and years."

The homepage contains a slideshow of the pictures within the galleries and has an a-z listing as well as a specific search menu for parasitic, saprophytic, and mycorrhyzal fungi types.  Each individual gallery contains multiple images of the fungi in various states as well as information relating to the fungi and its seriousness.

Arbtalk members are free to comment on the individual images/galleries, and also submit their own images.

See www.arbtalk.co.uk/forum/tree-fungi.html


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