Can A Mushroom Save Honey Bees?

A domesticated European (Western) honey bee (Apis mellifera) and a flower. (Credit: Louise Docker / CC BY 2.0)
This tinder fungus, Fomes fomentarius, growing on a dead birch is approximately ten years old.
George Chernilevsky / Public Domain.)
Video courtesy of bioGraphic.



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PhD evolutionary ecology/ornithology. Psittacophile. scicomm Forbes, previously Guardian. always Ravenclaw. discarded scientist & writer, now an angry house elf