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(NPR)   ♫ There is unrest in the forest / There is discourse 'tween the trees / And they use a fungal network to transmit their repartee ♫   (npr.org) divider line
    More: Weird, Plant, Fungus, Mycorrhiza, Ascomycota, Pinophyta, Forestry, Mycelium, Glomeromycota  
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2021-05-05 8:59:17 PM  
But do they have anything to say?
 
2021-05-05 9:06:15 PM  
Mycology is fascinating.

6 ways mushrooms can save the world | Paul Stamets
Youtube XI5frPV58tY
 
2021-05-05 9:13:59 PM  
Interesting film, even if it does get a little woo-y towards the end.

Fantastic Fungi, Official Film Trailer | Moving Art by Louie Schwartzberg
Youtube bxABOiay6oA
 
2021-05-05 9:42:41 PM  
Lordy, how many times is this going to be "news"?
 
2021-05-05 10:26:01 PM  

toejam: Mycology is fascinating.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/XI5frPV5​8tY]


A guy has a weekly show where he plays tunes and talks extensively about different fungi.

url in the pic, and they also might have archived shows.

disclaimer : I am a paying member of this station

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2021-05-06 12:41:05 AM  

lilbjorn: Lordy, how many times is this going to be "news"?


We'll gussy it up as many times as it takes to either increase our funding or start a new religion!
 
2021-05-06 4:25:48 AM  
So...trees can be social?

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2021-05-06 7:46:26 AM  

Fano: But do they have anything to say?


It's always about the weather.
 
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