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  • Beatrix Potter Was A Mycologist

    Beatrix Potter. Famous for her beloved books and elegant illustration, notably Petter Rabbit, this 19th century artist was also a mycologist. Her contributions to mycology were significant, having observed and documented phenomena that previously speculated or unknown. Despite the misogyny that kept her work from scientific recognition, Potter persevered in her research. Today’s show is a spotlight on Potter’s mycophilia. We are join...
  • The Biggest Organism on Earth is a Fungus

    The biggest organism on Earth, by area, is a fungus. Specifically, it's Armillaria solidipes, aka the Honey Fungus. It’s edible, glows in the dark, is UV resistant, and is technically parasitic. Thriving in the Blue Mountains of Oregon, this tremendous individual covers approximately 3.7 sq miles, and could be over 8,000 years old. In today’s episode, we speak with an expert on this fungal genus to help us understand how this individ...
  • A Quick Look at Marine Fungi

    Mushrooms are Everywhere — Even Underwater Mushrooms are everywhere — including underwater. Specifically, the fungus Psathyrella aquatica as identified fruiting in freshwater. This was a remarkable case of marine fungi because it was an actual fruiting body, or mushroom, that flourished underwater. Non-mushroom fungi, which account for the majority of fungi are exponentially more prevalent.  Marine fungi are so poorly understood tha...