19th SFSG Workshop

SATURDAY 11th AUGUST 2018, 9.30 am to 4.00 pm.

WHERE:  Joseph Banks Lab.  Ground Flr, MacLeay Bldg (A12), Science Road, The University of Sydney, Camperdown Campus. 

MORNING SESSION:  JOSEPH BANKS LABORATORY 

9.30 am OPENING - Chairperson Ray Kearney. 

9.30 – 10.20am -  Co-operation among plants, animals and fungi in Nature. Ray & Elma Kearney.

10.20 – 10.40 am MORNING TEA - Tea Room (Tea, coffee, biscuits supplied.) 

10.40 – 11.30 am - Is Gaertneriomyces semiglobifer a facultative dung fungus? - Linda Henderson. 

11.30 – 12 noon - The Fungi of the Blue Mountains.  Liz Kabanoff. 

12 noon – 12.20 pm -  A Tradition Continues. Judith Gover. 

12.20 – 1.20 pm    LUNCH ‘Bring-a-plate’ buffet style. 

AFTERNOON SESSION:  JOSEPH BANKS LABORATORY 

1.20 pm OPENING - Chairperson Ray Kearney.

1.20 – 2.00 pm     DISPLAYS IN LABORATORY.

The Roy Freere Photographic Exhibition – Prizes!

 Bring 2 or 3 of your best or unusual photos of fungi and tell us about them.

Display and SFSGI LIBRARY FUNGAL LITERATURE – Elma and Ray Kearney, Judith and Don Gover, Pam O’Sullivan. 

AFTERNOON SESSION:    JOSEPH BANKS LABORATORY.  

2.00 pm OPENING - Chairperson Ray Kearney. 

2.00 pm – 2.50 pm - Aquatic Fungi. Don Gover. 

2.50 – 3.10 pm AFTERNOON TEA - Tea Room (Tea, coffee, biscuits supplied.) 

3.10 – 4.00 pm - Fungi of Wolli Creek Valley- David Noble. 

4.00 pm CLOSE - Chairperson Ray Kearney.

The following field studies and activities have been scheduled for 2018. Information about how to get there and where to meet, etc... will be provided in the Newsletters.

Note - All field studies start at 10.00 am. If an activity appears to be uncertain due to weather conditions - too dry, too wet - please contact the organiser to confirm the decision for the day.

If a cancellation is made before 4pm on the Friday prior, it will be advised on the web site.

DISCLAIMER

Sydney Fungal Studies Group Inc. accepts no responsibility for participants on field studies or other Group activities. In particular, no supervisory role or responsibility for safety is accepted or implied.

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