Translated from Dutch site Blik op Nieuws:
In the Netherlands there are about 4000 fungi species.
The rare Antrodia xantha was found in Het Loo [eastern Netherlands].
This species occurs only at six places in The Netherlands. …
In Kroondomein Het Loo, the researchers found about 100 different species, including Coprinus plicatilis, hen of the woods, jelly bellies, and Serpula himantioides.
Also, the rare Oligoporus guttulatus, growing on a Douglas fir, was found.
Glowing fungi discovered in Brazil: here.
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