The site has a new domain name address of www.frdbi.org.uk although it will still accept the old address and redirect you. Your password will still work but you may have to enter it when you first use it. The same will apply to your field choices on the explore pages.
**NEW** Explore fungal plant associations
A new analysis page will help you answer questions such as 'What are the commonest ascos growing with the leaves of this tree?' or 'What plants is this fungus associated with?'. Try it out for yourself.
New look FRDBI
The Fungal Records Database of Britain and Ireland has been given a new interface with many new features including entering directly, use of maps, setting up groups. There are several more modules under development which will be released as soon as possible
You can now create and save boundary outlines of the sites you visit, making it easier to review and download the records on that site. You can share your site outlines with other recorders.
Use a map to help you to verify your locations and grid references. Initialise the map to start up where you usually record.
Form a record sharing group
You can form your own group or join others and share records together or take part in a bioblitz or research project.
Receive some helpful hints about the species you are entering from Kew's Checklist of the British and Irish Basidiomycota and NBN alerts .
You can upload images to accompany your record and receive comments from others about your find.