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OREGON FIELD GUIDE

Mushrooms

  • Aired: 11/14/2013
  • 10:41
  • Rating: TV-G
A world of odd shapes, textures and colors reveals itself every year as the rains set in. Mushrooms sprout their fruit. Mycologist Nancy Weber has found more than 300 types of fungi in her forested backyard. In southern Oregon, Robert Coffan, Darlene Southworth and Johnathan Frank discovered the only mushroom in the world that grows entirely underwater, in the waters of the Rogue River.
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Oregonians find an amazing variety of mushrooms in their own backyards.
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