Lichens, what are they?


This video says about itself:

25 January 2018

For 150 years, scientists believed lichens were defined by a symbiotic relationship between a fungus and algae. Meet the team of researchers who upended this belief in this short film by Andy Johnson, Talia Yuki Moore, Chris A. Johns, and Kate Furby.

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