Several fungi had distributions extending into central and northern parts of the continent, illustrating their tolerance of an extraordinarily wide range of environmental conditions.
There is great potential for further utilizing the global genetic diversity to advance the common good.
Mosses are reacting to rising temperatures in the Antarctic in different ways. The tiny plants could cause big changes to the food web.
Kew’s report highlights how ignorant we are of an astonishingly successful Kingdom of life.
Why are we interested in fungi here? Partly because if you’re interested in plants, you’ll find fungi everywhere.