Honey Tuft Fungus 3

Fungus that causes decaying wood to glow in the dark

Honey Tuft Fungus 3 – Common British Honey Tuft Fungus (Armillaria mellea) on decaying tree stump at Charlton Down, Dorset, England, The hidden rhizomorph and mycelium of this species cause luminosity in decaying wood. October 2015.

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