Rare fungi on Dutch causeway


This is a video about fungi from the USA.

The Grevelingendam is a causeway in the Netherlands, built 1958-1965.

It links Schouwen-Duiveland island to Goeree-Overflakkee island.

Recently, fungi growing there have been studied. 329 fungi species grow on the causeway, including very rare ones.

A few of these 329: Diachea leucopodia; Nectriopsis tubariicola; Phaeohelotium monticola; and Inocybe whitei.

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