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.
very interesting, would like to see more.
There is more under the tag fungi:
and there will be more still 🙂
Off to see, thanks 🙂
Interesting video. I wonder how many kinds of fungi are in my house. The bread mold one definitely stops by…
In many countries, there are about ten times the number of bird species in fungi species 🙂
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