Polypores

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Polypores: Polypores are often found on rotting logs, and are rot-resistant to the extent that they themselves often last long enough for moss to grow on them. Rot-resistance is due to the mushroom's ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity.
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Polypores are often found on rotting logs, and are rot-resistant to the extent that they themselves often last long enough for moss to grow on them. Rot-resistance is due to the mushroom's ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity.
Polypores: Polypores are often found on rotting logs, and are rot-resistant to the extent that they themselves often last long enough for moss to grow on them. Rot-resistance is due to the mushroom's ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity.
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Dimensions: 2816px * 2112px
Published: March - 08 - 2010
Camera: Canon
Date: 2008:03:16 10:35:45
Aperture:128/32
Exposure: 1/100
Focal length: 6000/1000
ISO: --
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Polypores: Polypores are often found on rotting logs, and are rot-resistant to the extent that they themselves often last long enough for moss to grow on them. Rot-resistance is due to the mushroom's ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity. Polypores: Polypores are often found on rotting logs, and are rot-resistant to the extent that they themselves often last long enough for moss to grow on them. Rot-resistance is due to the mushroom's ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity. Polypores: Polypores are often found on rotting logs, and are rot-resistant to the extent that they themselves often last long enough for moss to grow on them. Rot-resistance is due to the mushroom's ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity. Polypores: Polypores are often found on rotting logs, and are rot-resistant to the extent that they themselves often last long enough for moss to grow on them. Rot-resistance is due to the mushroom's ability to produce compounds with anti-pathogenic activity. 300px //b.rgbimg.com/users/k/kr/krayker/600/mk5X7w8.jpg 600px //b.rgbimg.com/users/k/kr/krayker/600/mk5X7w8.jpg 100px