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Sapphire McMullan-Fisher

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Sapphire is an ecologist who has special interest in the conservation of biodiversity, particularly the macrofungi and mosses. Having lived in four states and traveled across Australia’s landscapes she has been involved in many of the community groups over the years. She has worked with many of these groups to raise the profile of local fungi by producing field identification materials for different regions. She helps train people in how to make good collections of fungi and cryptogams to support the describing of Australasian taxa.

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Sapphire's work profile

Sapphire works in the following sector(s): Non-government organisation

Sapphire's primary institution is: Fungi Fungi Ecology

Sapphire's position is: Director

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Sapphire's work in taxonomy 

Sapphire has the following roles: Collecting, Specimen preparation, Identification, Research, Information Management, Editing publishing and reviewing, Science Communication, Public Outreach

Sapphire's skills are in Species delimitation, Biodiversity informatics, Biogeography, Bioinformatics, Imaging, Other

Sapphire works on the taxonomy of Fungi, Ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes, Plants, Liverworts, Hornworts, Mosses, Crepidotus, Pisolithus, Macrofungi and Lichens

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Find out more about Sapphire at:

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Sapphire is happy to be contacted for the following reasons:

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Contact from others in the taxonomy community regarding taxonomy-related issues

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Contact from members of the public for advice in areas of expertise (but not for identifications)

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Contact from members of the public for identifications in areas of expertise

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Contact re potential citizen science projects that could contribute to taxonomic research

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Contact by prospective students and others who could benefit from mentorship

Use the button below to contact Sapphire for one of the reasons above. Please don't make contact for any other reason.