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IMPORTANT INFORMATION: We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation and are acutely aware of the uncertainty around whether restrictions on group events and travel will continue into July. If that is the case, we will consider whether we can operate the conference on-line – in that case, we envision that registration costs will be reduced or waived and will provide partial/full refunds to those who have already paid.
In the event that we have to cancel the meeting entirely, we will refund the meeting registration cost to delegates who have already paid.
We are sure that people are reluctant to register given this uncertainty. The best way to confirm your interest in the meeting going forward in some capacity is to submit your abstract via the instructions on this page. It is not a requirement to register and pay the fee to submit an abstract.
Updated 18 March 2020
Workshops on 9 July
Identification of Amanita (with Elaine Davison)
Red Listing of Fungi (with Peter Buchanan and Tom May)
Australian Microbiome Initiative (with Jeff Powell and Andrew Bissett)
The 2020 Australasian Mycological Society Scientific meeting will be held on 10-11 July in the Old Woolshed, Hobart, Tasmania
Amanda Black (Lincoln University, New Zealand)
David Bowman (University of Tasmania, Australia)
The meeting includes two full days of symposia, including
Conservation and restoration
Plant and animal mycology
Systematics and evolution
Meeting organisers: Leona Campbell Genevieve Gates Laszló Irinyi Jeff Powell Tracey Steinrucken Bevan Weir
2020 Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Mycological Society
Registration and abstract submission
Full AMS members: $ 200
Student members: $ 100
Regular price $ 300
Student price $ 150
***AMS membership is only $75 per year ($37.50 for students)***
***To join please see our membership page***
Workshops are free to delegates attending the AMS meeting, but you need to register by 15 June 2020. Please note that some have limited space, and if registrants exceed maximum numbers preference will be given to students, ECRs and others who can demonstrate that these will be of benefit to their research program. You will be able to provide this information when you register.
Please choose only one workshop as they are run concurrently on 9 July.
- Thu, 09 JulUTAS Sandy Bay Campus
- Thu, 09 JulCSIRO Marine and Atmospheric, Battery Pt09 Jul 2020, 9:30 am – 5:00 pmCSIRO Marine and Atmospheric, Battery Pt, Castray Esplanade, Battery Point TAS 7004, AustraliaThis is a collaborative project aspiring to characterise the diversity and ecosystem service provision of the microorganisms inhabiting natural Australian ecosystems. Organised by Jeff Powell and Andrew Bissett
- Thu, 09 JulUTAS Sandy Bay Campus
AMS conference dinner (10 July)
The 2018 AMS conference dinner will be held at Stockmans Restaurant in The Old Woolshed
Friday 10 July from 7 pm.
Please e-mail the treasurer () if you have any specific food requirements.
Dinner tickets: Full price $ 75
Student price $ 50
Prepare your abstract using the template below and submit it using this link: https://forms.gle/pcGQJ1BS7ZCs6dhR9
If you would like to be considered for an oral presentation you will need to submit the abstract by 15 May.
For a poster presentation please submit by 12 June.
In addition to the written abstract we highly encourage the submission of graphical abstract, which is a single, concise, pictorial summary of your main findings. Prepare your graphical abstract using graphics software and save it as a TIFF, JPEG or PPT file. Submit this together with your written abstract.