Reading University has an outstanding green campus that has gained the prestigious Green Flag Award for five consecutive years. Campus biodiversity is monitored and reported on by staff and students via the Whiteknights Biodiversity Blog which lists over 1500 species identified on campus. One of our most incomplete lists is that for fungi and this year we have the opportunity to work with the Thames Valley Fungal Group to try to remedy that.
On Sunday 11th October we will be holding a UK Fungus Day foray on campus to discover what is showing and probably to add to the list of recorded species. Tweets from @botanyRNG during the event. #UoRfungi2015
Date: Sunday 11th October.
Location: Whiteknights Campus, Reading University, SU736715
Type of Activity: Fungus Foray
Details of the Event: A fungus foray in the grounds of the Reading University, Whiteknights Campus. Members of the Public and University students are encouraged to participate. There is no charge for the foray.
Start Times: 10.30 & 13.30
Finish Times: the morning foray will finish at around 12.45. After a short afternoon foray, starting from the Harborne Building, at 13.30, we will return to a laboratory at about 14.45 to display and identify some of the fungi found, finishing before 16.00.
Location: The Whiteknights Campus is about 1.5 miles South of Reading Town Centre. Further information and location maps can be found at: http://www.reading.ac.uk/about/visit-us.aspx
Parking: in Car Park 13 next to the Harborne Building – access from Pepper Lane. On arrival please ask for a parking ID sheet.
Meet: Outside the Harborne Building
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University contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use this link to see a selection of fungi that have already been recorded.