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New Phytologist Jul 7
When she noticed that mycorrhizal were turning up on the green roofs of Chicago skyscrapers, questioned how these underground organisms got there. “The answer in my mind is ‘the wind’.” 📰 📖
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Bernoid Jul 2
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chicho Jul 6
COVID can't hurt me cause I have mother nature breastfeeding me her GOOD VIBES ☺️🦠
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Francis Hickenbottom Jul 8
Agaricus augustus (The Prince) at St Cuthbert's, Ackworth.
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Jamie warren 7h
Frosted bonnet fungi (MYCENA ADSCENDENS) on dead wood on Doverow hill this afternoon
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Francis Hickenbottom Jul 8
The stinkhorns are up at the Archbishop Holgate almshouses. This one is a fine specimen.
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New Hampshire Mushrooms Jul 4
These pictures were taken one year apart. I guess they don't change much in one year, they look exactly the same.
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New Hampshire Mushrooms Jul 8
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Bernoid Jul 8
Aaaaaaaand they’re off! Spotted my first of the season so Tawny Grisette take the lead. The amanita fruiting has begun! More rain please! It’ll be The Blushers next no doubt.
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New Hampshire Mushrooms 14h
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Stephen Trotter Jul 7
A large and my poor effort to make it puff grassland
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Jeremy Even-Flint 3h
A quick thread of photography tips for Mushroom Identification.
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Jamie warren 7h
Pinweel mushrooms (MARASMIUS ROTULA) on the hill this evening
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FEMS Jul 6
This study by Sarasan et al. exposes hidden endophytic from macroalgae and examines them as potential sources of bioactive molecules that can be explored to find a solution for drug resistance in microbial .
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TheHealthyRD Jul 6
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Microbial Oceanography Vienna 🔬🌊🧬🦠 Jul 7
Working with marine fungi🍄🌊: Calcofluor staining of two species (single cells: Atlantic Ocean; hypha: Southern Ocean)
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New Hampshire Mushrooms Jul 6
Phylloporus rhodoxanthus or gilled bolete from 7/27/19. These are called Goldblatt (gold leaf) in German, for their golden yellow gills.
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Tom Allen Jul 7
As an undergrad I was exposed to a course in introductory mycology (Dr. Michael Tansey at INdiana University). Probably one of my favorite classes and definitely one of the reasons I still love and since >90% of all plant diseases are caused by fungi.
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Jamie warren Jul 4
Shethed wood tuft fungi (KUEHNEROMYCES MUTABILIS) in woodland along te offas dyke in the wye valley today
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Jamie warren 7h
Glistening inkcaps (COPRINELLUS MICACEUS) putting in an appearance after the rain of late, this afternoon in Stonehouse
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