Tom May has research interests in the taxonomy, ecology and conservation of larger fungi, and in related historical, bibliographic and nomenclatural aspects. Genera currently under study include the agarics Laccaria and Cortinarius (especially the subgenus Dermocybe) and the disc-fungus Banksiamyces. Tom has been the lead author in an ongoing project to produce a catalogue of Australian fungi, several volumes of which have been published in theFungi of Australia series. He is currently working on an interactive key to the genera of Australian agarics.
Rouf, R., Stephens, A., Spaan, L., Day, C., May, T.W., Tiralongo, E. and Tiralongo, J. (2014). G2/M cell cycle arrest by an N-acetyl-D glucosamine specific lectin from Psathyrella asperospora. Glycoconjugate Journal 31, 61–70.
Lebel, T., Dunk, C.W. and May, T.W. (2013). Rediscovery of Multifurca stenophylla (Berk.) T.Lebel, C.W.Dunk & T.W.May comb. nov. (Russulaceae) from Australia. Mycological Progress 12, 497–504.
Sheedy, E.M., Van de Wouw, A.P., Howlett, B.J. and May, T.W. (2013). Multi-gene sequence data reveal cryptic morphological species within the genus Laccaria in southern Australia. Mycologia 105, 547–563.
May, T.W. and McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M. (2012). Don't be afraid of the F-word: prospects for integrating fungi into biodiversity monitoring. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 124, 79–90.
Schoch, C.L., Seifert, K.A., Huhndorf, S., Robert, V., Spuge, J.L., Levesque, C.A., Chen, W. and Fungal Barcoding Consortium [including Griffiths, K., May, T.W. and Stefani, F.O.P.] (2012). Nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region as a universal DNA barcode marker for Fungi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109, 6241–6246.
Beattie, K.D., Thompson, D.R., Tiralongo, E., Ratkowsky, D., May, T.W. and Gill, M. (2011). Austrocolorone B and austrocolorin B1, cytotoxic anthracenone dimers from the Tasmanian mushroom Cortinarius vinosipes Gasparini.Tetrahedron Letters 52, 5448–5451.
Beattie, K.D., Ulrich, R., Grice, I.D., Uddin, S.J., Blake, T.B., Wood, K.A., Steele, J., Iu, F., May, T.W. and Tiralongo, E. (2011). Ethanolic and aqueous extracts derived from Australian fungi inhibit cancer cell growth in vitro.Mycologia 103, 485–465.
May, T.W. (2011). An overview of the fungi of Melbourne. Victorian Naturalist 128, 183–197.
McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M., May, T.W., Robinson, R.M., Bell, T.L., Lebel, T., Catcheside, P. and York, A.K. (2011). Fungi and fire in Australian ecosystems: a review of current knowledge, management implications and future directions.Australian Journal of Botany 59, 70–90.
Rouf, R., Tiralongo, E., Krahl, A., Maes, K., Spaan, L., Wolf, S., May, T.W. and Tiralongo, J. (2011). Comparative study of hemagglutination and lectin activity in Australian medicinal mushrooms (higher Basidiomycetes). International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms 13, 493–504.
Wright, M., Cross, R., Cousens, R.D., May, T.W. and McLean, C.B. (2011). The functional significance for the orchid Caladenia tentaculata of genetic and geographic variation in the mycorrhizal fungus Sebacina vermifera s. lat. complex. Muelleria 29, 130–140.
Beattie, K.D., Raouf, R., Gander, L., May, T.W., Ratkowsky, D., Donner, C.D., Gill, M., Grice, I.D. and Tiralongo, E. (2010). Antibacterial metabolites from Australian macrofungi from the genus Cortinarius. Phytochemistry 71, 948–955.
Hawksworth, D.L., Cooper, J.A., Crous, P.W., Hyde, K.D., Iturriaga, T., Kirk, P.M., Lumbsch, H.T., May, T.W., Minter, D.W., Misra, J.K., Norvell, L., Redhead, S.A., Rossman, A.Y., Seifert, K.A., Stalpers, J.A., Taylor, J.W. and Wingfield, M.J. (2010). Proposals to make the pre-publication deposit of key nomenclatural information in a recognized repository a requirement for valid publication of organisms treated as fungi under the Code. Taxon 59, 660–662.
McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M., Kirkpatrick, J.B., May, T.W. and Pharo, E.J. (2010). Surrogates for macrofungal and mosses in reservation planning. Conservation Biology 24, 730–736.
May, T.W., Sinnott, N. and Sinnott, A. (2010). The truffle-like Protubera canescens is an early developmental stage of the Cage Fungus Ileodictyon.Victorian Naturalist 127, 49–54.
Pouliot, A.M. and May, T.W. (2010). The third ‘F’ – fungi in Australian biodiversity conservation: actions, issues and initiatives. Mycologica Balcanica7, 41–48.
Tedersoo, L., May, T.W. and Smith, M.E. (2010). Ectomycorrhizal lifestyle in fungi: patterns of evolution and distribution. Mycorrhiza 20, 217–263.
Wright, M., Cross, R., Cousens, R.D., May, T.W. and McLean, C.B. (2010). Taxonomic and functional characterisation of fungi from the Sebacina vermiferacomplex from common and rare orchids in the genus Caladenia. Mycorrhiza 20, 375–390.
Solarska, S., May, T., Roddick, F.A. and Lawrie, A.C. (2009). Isolation and screening of natural organic matter-degrading fungi. Chemosphere 75, 751–758.
Tedersoo, L., Gates, G., Dunk, C.W., Lebel, T., May, T.W., Kõljalg, U. and Jairus, T. (2009). Establishment of ectomycorrhizal fungal community onNothofagus cunninghamii seedlings regenerating on dead wood in Australian wet temperate forests: does fruit-body type matter. Mycorrhiza 19, 403–416.
Jones, R.H. and May, T.W. (2008). Pigment chemistry and morphology support recognition of Cortinarius austrocinnabarinus sp. nov. (Fungi: Cortinariaceae) from Australia. Muelleria 26, 77–87.
Lumbsch, H.T., Buchanan, P.K., May, T.W. and Mueller, G.M. (2008). Phylogeography and biogeography of fungi. Mycological Research 112, 423–424.
Johnston, P.R., May, T.W., Park, D. and Horak, E. (2007). Hypocreopsis amplectens sp. nov., a rare fungus from New Zealand and Australia. New Zealand Journal of Botany 45, 715–719.
Mueller, G.M., Schmit, J.P., Leacock, P.R., Buyck, B., Cifuentes, J., Desjardin, D.E., Halling, R.E., Hjortstam, K., Iturriaga, T., Larsson, K.-H., Lodge, D.J.,May, T.W., Minter, D., Rajchenberg, M., Redhead, S.A., Ryvarden, L., Trappe, J.M., Watling, R. and Wu, Q. (2007). Global diversity and distribution of macrofungi. Biodiversity and Conservation 16, 37–48.
May, T.W., Dunk, C. and Lebel, T. (2006). Austral ectomycorrhizas overlooked.Mycological Research 110, 499–500.
Redhead, S.A., Ginns, J. and May, T.W. (2006). Proposal to conserve the nameAgaricus lepideus against A. suffrutescens (Basidiomycota). Taxon 55, 1030–1032.
Robinson, J.P., MacLeod, D.S., Taylor, D.M., Lebel, T. and May, T.W. (2006). The safety of edible fungi purchased at Melbourne markets. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 30, 279–280.
Sommerville, K. and May, T. (2006). Some taxonomic and ecological notes on the genus Banksiamyces. Victorian Naturalist 123, 366–375.
May, T.W. (2005). From fungs to Fungimap: fungi and the FNCV. Victorian Naturalist 122, 319–326.
Ovenden, S.P.B., Yu, J., Bernays, J., Wan, S.S., Christophidis, L.J., Sberna, G., Tait, R.M., Wildman, H.G., Lebeller, D., Platel, D., May, T.W. and Meurer-Grimes, B.M. (2005). Trichomycins A and B: antibacterial triterpenes from the new species Tricholoma sp. AU1. Journal of Natural Products 68, 409–412.
Buchanan, P.K. and May, T.W. (2003). Conservation of New Zealand and Australian Fungi. New Zealand Journal of Botany 41, 407–421.
May, T.W. (2003). The status of names and records of Australian macrofungi.New Zealand Journal of Botany 41, 379–389.
May, T. (2003). Introduction to 'Biodiversity Symposium Special Issue'.Victorian Naturalist 120, 212–213.
May, T.W. and McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M. (2003). Special issue on Australasian alpine fungi: introduction. Australasian Mycologist 22, 1–3.
May, T., New, T., Walsh, N. and Yen, A. (2003). The Victorian Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act and the conservation of lesser known groups of biota. Victorian Naturalist 120, 246–260.
McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M., May, T.W. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. (2003). Macrofungi from alpine Tasmania. Australasian Mycologist 22, 44–52.
May, T.W. (2002). Where are the short range endemics among Western Australian macrofungi? Australian Systematic Botany 15, 501–511.
McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M., May, T.W. and Keane, P.J. (2002). The macrofungal community and fire in a Mountain Ash forest in southern Australia. Fungal Diversity 10, 57–76.
Packham, J.M., May, T.W., Brown, M.J., Wardlaw, T.J. and Mills, A.K. (2002). Macrofungal diversity and community ecology in mature and regrowth wet eucalypt forest in Tasmania: a multivariate study. Austral Ecology 27, 149–161.
Simpson, J.A. and May, T.W. (2002). Phaeolus schweinitzii in Australia.Australasian Plant Pathology 31, 99–100.
May, T.W. (2001). Documenting the fungal biodiversity of Australasia: from 1800 to 2000 and beyond. Australian Systematic Botany 14, 329–356.
May, T.W. and Simpson, J. (2001). Preface to 'Biodiversity and biogeography of Australasian fungi' special issue. Australian Systematic Botany 14(3), i–iii.
Hender, E.A., May, T.W. and Beulke, S.H. (2000). Poisoning due to eating fungi in Victoria. Australian Family Physician 29, 1000–1004.
Green, K., Tory, M.K., Mitchell, A.T., Tennant, P. and May, T.W. (1999). The diet of the long-footed potoroo (Potorous longipes). Australian Journal of Ecology 24, 151–156.
May, T. (1998). Introduction to 'Mount Buffalo Centenary Issue'. Victorian Naturalist 115, 158–159.
Brown-May, A. and May, T.W. (1997). 'A mingled yarn': Henry Edwards (thespian & naturalist) in the Austral land of plenty 1853–1866. Historical Records of Australian Science 11, 407–418.
May, T.W. (1997). Introduction to Selected mycological papers from 'The 1996 Commemorative Conferences', Melbourne, 29 September to 5 October 1996.Muelleria 10, 91–93.
Mills, A.K., May, T.W., Fuhrer, B.A., Ratkowsky, D.A. and Ratkowsky, A.V. (1997). Claustula: the forgotten phalloid. Mycologist 11, 31–35.
Tory, M.K., May. T.W., Keane, P.J. and Bennett, A.F. (1997). Mycophagy in small mammals: a comparison of the occurrence and diversity of hypogeal fungi in the diet of the long-nosed potoroo Potorous tridactylus and the bush ratRattus fuscipes from south-western Victoria. Australian Journal of Ecology 22, 460–470.
May, T.W. and Maroske, S. (1996). Ferdinand von Mueller, exhibitioner extraordinaire. Victorian Naturalist 113, 143–145.
May, T.W. (1995). Notes on Protoglossum (Fungi: Cortinariales). Muelleria 8, 287–289.
May, T.W. and Fuhrer, B.A. (1995). Nyctalis paradoxa (Fungi: Agaricales), a new species from Australia. Muelleria 8, 385–390.
May, T.W. and Wood, A.E. (1995). Nomenclatural notes on Australian macrofungi. Mycotaxon 54, 147–150.
Claridge, A.W. and May, T.W. (1994). Mycophagy among Australian mammals.Australian Journal of Ecology 19, 251–275.
Fuhrer, B.A. and May, T.W. (1993). Host specificity of disc-fungi in the genusBanksiamyces on Banksia. Victorian Naturalist 110, 73–75.
May, T.W. and Eichler, J. (1993). A Hypocreopsis (Fungi) from Nyora, Victoria. Victorian Naturalist 110, 76–77.
Watling, R., Gill, M., Giménez, A. and May, T.W. (1992). A new styrylpyrone-containing Cortinarius from Australia. Mycological Research 96, 743–748.
May, T.W. (1989). Report of F.N.C.V. fungal excursions: 1986–1988. Victorian Naturalist 106, 48–58.
May, T.W. and Fuhrer, B.A. (1989). Notes on fungi occurring after fire in Australia. 1. Introduction and description of Gerronema postii. Victorian Naturalist 106, 133–137.
Grgurinovic, C.A. and May, T.W. (1988). First record of Galerina nana from Australia. Mycotaxon 31, 79–84.
Oakeshott, J.G., May, T.W., Gibson, J.B. and Willcocks, D.A. (1982). Resource partitioning in five domestic Drosophila species and its relationship to ethanol metabolism. Australian Journal of Zoology 30, 547–556.
Gibson, J.B., May, T.W. and Wilks, A.V. (1981). Genetic variation at the Alcohol Dehydrogenase locus in Drosophila melanogaster in relation to environmental variation: ethanol levels in breeding sites and allozyme frequencies. Oecologia51, 191–198.
May, T.W., Milne, J., Shingles, S. and Jones, R.H. (2003). Catalogue and bibliography of Australian fungi. 2. Basidiomycota p.p. & Myxomycota p.p. Fungi of Australia, vol. 2B. ABRS/CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
May, T.W. and Wood, A.E. (1997). Catalogue and bibliography of Australian macrofungi 1. Basidiomycota p.p. Fungi of Australia, vol. 2A. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra.
Scott, G.A.M., Entwisle, T.J., May, T.W. and Stevens, G.N. (eds) (1997). A conservation overview of Australian non-marine lichens, bryophytes, algae and fungi. Environment Australia, Canberra.
May, T.W. (2007). Gordon William Beaton. In D. Langmore and D. Bennett (eds), Australian Dictionary of Biography 17, 1881–1990, A–K, p. 78. Melbourne University Press, Carlton.
May, T.W. (2005). Fungi. InA. Brown-May and S. Swain (eds), The Encyclopedia of Melbourne, p. 294. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.
Grgurinovic, C.A. and May, T.W. (2003). Overview of the Genus Mycena in Australia. In C.A. Grgurinovic, The genus Mycena in southern Australia, pp. 26–48. Fungal Diversity Press, Hong Kong and Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra.
May, T.W. (2003). Conservation of Australian fungi: knowledge is the key. In C.L. Brown, F. Hall and J. Mill (eds), Plant Conservation: approaches and techniques from an Australian perspective. Module 9, pp. 1–16. Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Canberra.
May, T.W. (1997). Fungi. In G.A.M. Scott, T.J. Entwisle, T.W. May and G.N. Stevens (eds), A conservation overview of Australian non-marine lichens, bryophytes, algae and fungi, pp. 49–74. Environment Australia, Canberra.
May, T.W. (1997). Laccaria. In C.A. Grgurinovic, Larger fungi of South Australia, pp. 296–310. The Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and State Herbarium and The Flora and Fauna of South Australia Handbooks Committee, Adelaide.
May, T.W. and Simpson, J.A. (1997). Fungal diversity and ecology in eucalypt ecosystems. In J. Williams and J. Woinarski (eds), Eucalypt Ecology: individuals to ecosystems, pp. 246–277. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
May, T.W. and Pascoe, I.G. (1996). History of the taxonomic study of Australian Fungi. In Fungi of Australia, vol. 1A, pp. 171–206. ABRS/CSIRO, Australia.
May, T.W. (1990). History of the study of Australian Agaricales. In P.S. Short (ed.), History of systematic botany in Australia, pp. 265–272. Australian Systematic Botany Society, South Yarra.
May, T.W. (1991). A taxonomic study of the Australian species of Laccaria. Ph.D. thesis. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Monash University.
May, T.W. (1980). The distribution of species and phenotypes in an ecological gradient: field and laboratory studies of Drosophila melanogaster and D. simulans. B.Sc.(Hons) thesis. Department of Genetics, University of Melbourne.
May, T.W., Milne, J., Wood, A.E., Shingles, S., Jones, R.H. and Neish, P. (2006). Interactive Catalogue of Australian Fungi, version 3.0. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra/Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. <http://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/fungi/cat/>
May, T.W., Milne, J., Wood, A.E., Shingles, S., Jones, R.H. and Neish, P. (2002). Interactive Catalogue of Australian Fungi., version 2.0. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra/Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. <http://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/fungi/cat/>
Lindsay, A., Robinson, R., May, T.W. and McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M. (2013). Fungimap Guide to Surveying Fungi in Australia, v.1.1. Fungimap Inc., South Yarra.
Catcheside, P., May, T. and Catcheside, D. (2009). The Larger Fungi in Flinders Chase National Park, Kangaroo Island. Fungimap Surveys 2008. Report prepared for the Wildlife Conservation Fund and the Native Vegetation Fund, South Australia.
Cargill, C., Makinson, B. and May, T. (2008). Report to Fungal Initiative meeting from Communications Working Group.
May, T., Moore, S. and Tierney, D. (2008). The conservation and management of fungi in New South Wales – issues and recommendations. A Background Paper prepared for the Fungi Initiative.
Ford, S.E. and May, T.W. (eds) (1998). A cryptogamic extravaganza. Report of the FNCV Expedition 22–25 May 1998 to commemorate the centenary of Wilsons Promontory National Park. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria.
May, T.W. and Avram, J. (1997). The Conservation Status and Distribution Macrofungi in Victoria. Report prepared for the Australian Heritage Commission.
May, T.W. (1990). Taxonomic notes on species of Dermocybe and Cortinarius. Appendix to Studies on constituents of the genus Cortinarius. (Giménez, A.J.). (Ph.D. thesis, Department of Organic Chemistry, University of Melbourne).
May, T.W. (2009). Review of ‘Dictionary of the fungi, 10th edn’ by P.M. Kirk et al. Australasian Mycologist 28, 70–73.
May, T.W. (2007). Review of Chasing the rain by Taylor F. Lockwood. Fungimap Newsletter 33, 14.
May, T.W. (2007). Review of Checklist dei funghi italiani / Checklist of Italian fungi. Basidiomycetes. Basidiomycota co-ordinated by Silvani Onofri. Mycotaxon98, 279–282.
May, T.W. (2006). Review of Checklist of the British and Irish Basidiomycota by N.W. Legon & A. Henrici. Mycotaxon 96, 336–342.
May, T.W. (2006). Review of Fungi on trees and shrubs in New Zealand by P.D. Gadgil (in association with M.A. Dick, I.A. Hood & S.R. Pennycook). New Zealand Journal of Botany 44, 233–235.
May, T.W. (2005). Cornucopia of fungi. Review of A field guide to Australian fungi by Bruce Fuhrer. Australian Book Review 274, 62.
May, T.W. (2005). Review of Common mushrooms of the Talamanca Mountains, Costa Rica by Roy E. Halling & Gregory M. Mueller. Fungimap Newsletter 25, 6.
May, T.W. (2004). Review of An introduction to fungi on wood in Queensland by Ian Hood. Victorian Naturalist 121, 139–140.
May, T.W. (1999). Review of Mushrooms of Northeastern North America by A.E. Bessette, A.R. Bessette & D.W. Fischer. Mycotaxon 71, 510–511.
May, T.W. (1999). Review of Biodiversity of tropical Microfungi edited by K.D. Hyde. Mycotaxon 71, 511–513.
May, T.W. (1998). Review of Fungi of southern Australia by N. Bougher & K. Syme. Victorian Naturalist 115, 62–65.
May, T.W. (1995). Review of Common Australian fungi by Tony Young.Victorian Naturalist 111, 244–246.
May, T.W. (1992). Review of Rainforest fungi of Tasmania and south-east Australia by Bruce Fuhrer & Richard Robinson. Australian Systematic Botany Society, Newsletter 71, 36–38.
May, T. (2012). News about fungal conservation and biodiversity. Fungimap Newsletter 45, 8–9.
Catcheside, P., May, T. and McMullan-Fisher, S. (2011). New targets for Fungimap. Fungimap Newsletter 42, 7–9.
May, T. (2011). Significant changes for fungal nomenclature introduced at the Melbourne International Botanical Congress. APPS News 24(2), 14–15.
May, T.W. (2011). How do fungi fare in Australia's Biodiversity Conservation Strategy 2010–2030? Fungimap Newsletter 44, 6–7.
May, T. (2011). Tea-tree fingers—Hypocreopsis amplectens in Tasmania? The Natural News 47, 10–11.
May, T.W. (2011) Report on the Nomenclature Section of the 18th International Botanical Congress, Melbourne, 18–22 July 2011 especially in relation to the names of fungi. The Queensland Mycologist 6(3/4), 12–14.
May, T.W. (2011). Anemone Stinkhorn Aseroe rubra. Wild 123, 16.
Catcheside, P. and May, T. (2010). Inocybe violaceocaulis in South Australia.Fungimap Newsletter 40, 5–6.
May, T. (2010). The how and why of new target species. Fungimap Bulletin 1, 1–6.
May, T. (2010). Non-target species in the Fungimap database. FungimapBulletin 1, 6–7.
May, T. (2010). Fungimap phenology recording. Fungimap Bulletin 1, 7–10.
May, T. (2010). Lichen publications and websites. Fungimap Newsletter 39, 9–10.
May, T. (2010). Articles about fungi in old Australian newspapers. FungimapNewsletter 40, 7–9.
May, T. and Axford, S. (2010). Is this Australia’s most beautiful fungus?Fungimap Newsletter 39, 10.
May, T. and Catcheside, P. (2010). Introducing five new lichen target species.Fungimap Newsletter 39, 1, 3.
May, T., Catcheside, P., Cranfield, R. and Kantvilas, G. (2010). New lichen targets for Fungimap. Fungimap Newsletter 39, 7–9.
May, T. and George, P. (2009). The Fungimap fact sheet database, Fungimap Newsletter 37, 14.
May, T. (2008). Text versions of Australian fungi protologues. Australasian Mycological Society Newsletter 9, 2.
May, T. (2008). It's raining, it's sporing. Australian Geographic 90, 38–41.
May, T. (2008). President's column. Fungimap Newsletter 34, 1, 3.
May, T. (2008). Fungi records in the middle, at the edge and on the top.Fungimap Newsletter 34, 8.
May, T. (2008). A name and a novel distribution for Hypocreopsis sp. 'Nyora'.Fungimap Newsletter 34, 9.
May, T, (2008). Collating information on fungi in Australian policy and strategy documents. Fungimap Newsletter 36, 3–4.
May, T. (2008). Fungal foray to the Ada Tree, The Junior Naturalist 45(7), 5–6.
May, T.W. (2008). An analysis and a vision for the publishing of plant and fungal taxonomy in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter136, 27–36.
May, T. (2007) From the Editor: introducing 'Grasslands and Grassy Ecosystems', Australasian Plant Conservation 15(3), 1.
May, T. (2007) From the Editor: introducing 'What lies beneath?', Australasian Plant Conservation 15(4), 1–2.
May, T. (2007) From the Editor: taxonomy and plant conservation in this issue of APC, Australasian Plant Conservation 16(1), 5.
May, T. (2006). Fungi in the Tarkine. The Advocate, Burnie. 8 May, p. 13.
May, T. (2006). The Forgotten Flora remembered. Australasian Mycological Society Newsletter 3, 5.
May, T. (2006). From the Editor: introducing 'Conserving Symbioses'.Australasian Plant Conservation 15(2), 1–2.
May, T. (2006). Report on Eighth International Mycological Congress, Cairns, 2006. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 128, 34–35.
May, T. (2006). [Comments on Laetiporus portentosus.] The Bark 8(2), 3.
May, T. (2006). [Notes on species.] In FNCV Fungi Group, FNCV Fungi Group forays 2005, version 2.0 [CD-ROM]. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria, Blackburn.
May, T. (2006). News from the Fungimap President. Tarkine and beyond.Fungimap Newsletter 27, 1, 3.
May, T. (2006). News from the Fungimap President. Fungimap Newsletter 28, 1, 3.
May, T. (2006). News from the Fungimap President. Fungimap Newsletter 29, 1, 3.
May, T. (2006). Vale Pat Jordan. Fungimap Newsletter 29, 3.
Syme, K. and May, T. (2005). Fungi in conservation and management at the catchment and bioregion level. Australasian Plant Conservation 14(1), 8–9.
May, T. (2005). Looking after the bad guys: the conservation of pathogenic fungi. Australasian Plant Conservation 13(4), 20–21.
May, T. (2005). Forgotten flora remembered. Australasian Plant Conservation14(1), 2–3.
May, T. (2005). [Notes on 61 species.] In FNCV Fungi Group, FNCV Fungi Group Forays 2004, version 1.1 [CD-ROM]. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria, Blackburn.
May, T. (2005). News from the Fungimap Convenor. Fungimap Newsletter 24, 1,3.
May, T. (2005). Humongous fungus. Nature Australia 28(5), 78.
May, T. (2005). Donald Bruce Foreman 1945–2004. Victorian Naturalist 122, 34.
May, T.W. (2005). News from the Fungimap President. Fungimap Newsletter25, 1,3.
May, T.W. (2005). News from the Fungimap President. Fungimap Newsletter26, 1,3.
Maroske, S. and May, T. (compilers) (2004). The publications of Sophie C. Ducker. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 120, 22–25.
May, T. (2004). Fungi catalogues for the 21st century. Biologue 29, 10–11.
May, T. (2004). Putting Australian fungi on the map. Botanic News Winter 2004, 5.
May, T. (2004). Spore print. Fungimap Newsletter 21, 7.
May, T. (2004). Spore print. Fungimap Newsletter 22, 7.
May, T. (2004). Fungimap incorporated. Fungimap Newsletter 23, 7.
May, T.W. (2004). Sophie Charlotte Ducker: a mycological appreciation.Australasian Mycologist 23, 108–109.
May, T. and Read, C. (2004). Fungimap colour supplement – II. Fungimap Newsletter 23, 4–6, 9–10.
Read, C. and May, T. (2004). Fungimap – putting Australian fungi on the Map.Naturelink 11(4), 9.
Lebel, T. and May, T. (2003). News from Victoria. RBG Melbourne Fungi Open Day. Fungimap Newsletter 20, 13.
May, T. (2002). President's report. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria Inc. Annual Report year ending 31 December 2001. pp. 2–3.
May, T. (2003). Listing of waxcap fungi under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act. Fungimap Newsletter 19, 8.
May. T. (2003). Flavours of Fungimap – colour supplement. Fungimap Newsletter 20, 6–9, 11.
May, T. (2002). The why and how of surveys for fungi – part 1. Fungimap Newsletter 16, 4–5.
May, T. (2002). The why and how of surveys for fungi – part 2. Fungimap Newsletter 17, 3–5.
May, T. (2002). The missing target – Uromyces politus (with notes on other Australian rust fungi). Fungimap Newsletter 18, 4–5.
May, T. (2001). FNCV Presidents Address, 6 May 2001. Did Noah leave anything behind – quality and quantity in relation to Victoria's biodiversity and ecosystems. Field Nats News 100, 5–6.
May, T. (2001). President's report. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria Inc. Annual Report year ending 31 December 2000. pp. 2–4.
May, T. (2001). Chocolate truffles – a mystery solved? Fungimap Newsletter15, 3.
May, T. (2001). Giant mushroom – another mystery solved. Fungimap Newsletter 15, 3.
May, T. (2001). Fungi have names too. Nature Australia 27(1), 4–5.
May, T.W. (2001). Notes on Fungimap targets: Podaxis pistillaris and P. beringamensiss. Fungimap Newsletter 14, 3.
May, T.W. (2001). Notes on Fungimap target species. Victorian Naturalist 118, 44–45.
May, T.W. (2000). Telling apart Anemone Fungus and Starfish Fungus.Fungimap Newsletter 13, 3.
May, T.W. (2000). Names changes. 1. Camarophyllus lilacinus. Fungimap Newsletter 13, 3.
May, T. (1999). President's report. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria Inc. Annual Report year ending 31 December 1998. pp. 2–5.
May, T.W. (1999). Updates to Fungimap target list: 50 new target species,Fungimap Newsletter 9, 3–8.
May, T.W. (1999). Split Gill as a human pathogen. Fungimap Newsletter 10, 3.
Tonkin, J.E. and May, T.W. (1999). A preliminary bioclimatic analysis of the distribution of Mycena interrupta. Fungimap Newsletter 11, 3–4.
May, T.W. (1998). Fungi. In S.E. Ford and T.W. May (eds), A cryptogamic extravaganza, pp. 11–14. Report of the FNCV Expedition 22–25 May 1998 to commemorate the centenary of Wilsons Promontory National Park. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria, Blackburn.
May, T. (1998). Australian fungi would be better off on another planet. The Web. Newsletter of the Threatened Species Network (Vic) June 1998, .
May, T. (1997). Fungi from the 1996 post-conference foray. Australasian Mycological Newsletter 16, 35–37.
May, T. (1997). The Australian Fungal Mapping Scheme – FUNGIMAP.Australasian Mycological Newsletter 16, 38–39.
May, T.W. (1997). Filling the blanks in fungal distribution. Victorian Naturalist114, 289.
Reichelt, R.C. and May, T.W. (1997). Malleefowl eating fungi and orchid tubers.Victorian Naturalist 114, 198
May, T. (1996). James Hamlyn Willis (1910–1995): a mycological appreciation.Australasian Mycological Newsletter 15, 3–7.
May, T.W. (1996). Can I eat that mushroom? Garden Clippings 91, 3.
Kantvilas, G. and May, T.W. (1995). Marasmiellus affixus (Berk.) Singer, an overlooked basidiolichen. Australasian Lichenological Newsletter 37, 32–34.
May, T.W. (1995). A mycological visit to New Zealand. Australian Mycological Newsletter 14, 27.
May, T.W. (1995). Bruce Fuhrer retires. Australasian Mycological Newsletter14, 43.
May, T.W. (1995). A fungi map for Australia. Field Nats News 35, 7.
May, T.W. (1995). Voucher collections are important. Sydney Fungal Studies Group Newsletter 7(2), 2–3.
May, T. and Grgurinovic, C. (1995). Fungal conservation in Australasia. Fungi and Conservation Newsletter 3, .
May, T., Maroske, S. and Sinkora, D. (1995). The mycologist, the baron, his fungi hunters and the mystery artist. Botanic Magazine 6, 36–39.
May, T.W. (compiler) (1994). New taxa, new names and new combinations for Australian non-lichenised fungi, 1990–1992. Australian Mycological Newsletter10, 2–6.
May, T.W. (1994). Conservation reserve for Hypocreopsis. Australian Mycological Newsletter 12, 2.
May, T.W. (1994). Carved bread. Australian Mycological Newsletter 12, 11.
May, T.W. (1994). Mycological meetings. Australian Mycological Newsletter 13, 3–4.
Grgurinovic, C. and May, T. (1993). Australasia. Fungi and Conservation Newsletter 2, .
May, T.W. (1993). Mycorrhizas of conifers. Australian Conifer Society Newsletter 12, 17–20.
May, T.W. (1993). Australian fungal collections of Allan Cunningham: are there any? Australian Mycological Newsletter 9, 3.
May, T.W. (compiler) (1993). Literature on Australian fungi for 1992. Australian Mycological Newsletter 9, 4–6.
May, T.W. (1992). The fungal collections of the National Herbarium of Victoria, Melbourne (MEL). A. Overview. Australian Mycological Newsletter 7, 7–10.
May, T.W. (1992). Dictyolus cinnamoneus [cover illustration and caption].Indigenotes 5(1).
May, T.W. (1992). Dermocybe splendida [cover illustration and caption].Indigenotes 5(4), 5.
May, T.W. (1992). Bibliographic notes relating to Australian Mycology.Australian Mycological Newsletter 5, 4–5.
Albrecht, D. and May, T. (1989). Fungal finds in the gardens. Pressed Cuttings.July 1989, [2–3].
May, T.W. (1989). Suggestions for compiling lists of higher fungi. SydneyFungal Studies Group Newsletter 1(4), [9–12].