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Can Mushrooms respore themselves on wind they create themselves? from NWF

 
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This is an interesting article that talks about mushrooms seeding themselves in the wild. The author does get confused about cold air's density compared with warm air, but it's an interesting article from the National Wildlife Federation.
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http://blog.nwf.org/2013/12/the-discovery-for-the-fungi-sphere-how-mushrooms-are-changing-the-worlds-winds/?s_email_id=20140125_MEM_ENG_WLO_January_Edition%7CSTAct
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