Danish Fungi Atlas Camp At Trente Moelle
The 4th Fungi Atlas camp were held in Trente Moelle Nature Center. The fungi Atlas Project is going on for 5 year trying to get an overview of the danish fungi.
People can join the altlas and report their observations to a online database (some of the reported species are to be validated by the expert team) .
And twice a year a camp is held where invited mycologist are using a week to identify the mushrooms in rarely visited parts of the country. This time it was the southern part of Fyn.
More about the Fungi Atlas Project :
Trente Moelle (Mill) is a Nature Center in the south of Fyn near Faaborg. It is situated beautifully ...
Faaborg Golfklub - Udsigt fra green, hul 10.
Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) in Park, Faaborg.
Hvedholm Slot ligger ved Horne ned til Faaborg fjord med en betagende udsigt over det sydfynske Øhav.
Faaborg Havn set fra Kanalvej.
Horne Kirke i Horne ved Faaborg er Fyns eneste rundkirke, bygget i år 1100. Taget med Nikon D5000.
Horne Kirke i Horne ved Faaborg er Fyns eneste rundkirke, bygget i år 1100.
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