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Danish Fungi Atlas Camp At Trente Moelle
Denmark

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 :

http://www.svampeatlas.dk/

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Uploaded: 19/10/2010
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