New Study Explains Why Some Fungi Glow

According to a study co-led by Dr Cassius Stevani of the University of São Paulo and Prof Jay Dunlap of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, the green light emitted from bioluminescent fungi attracts the attention of insects, including beetles, flies, wasps, and ants, which are apparently good for the fungi because the insects spread [...] —> Read More