Oct. 13: Predatory Fungi
October 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Predatory Fungi — Who knew? Turns out that fungi have devised a remarkable range of strategies to entrap or hunt prey, whether that be micro-animals, arthropods, bacteria, or even other fungi. Serendipitous work by farmers and mycologists has led to the discovery of new nematode-trapping mushrooms. This predation has implications for the evolution of fungi and their impacts on ecosystems. Our guest, in person, will be Sidnee Obersingleton, a passionate mycologist, researcher and educator from Eugene, Oregon.
We’re back at our Chico Alliance Church meeting place, at 7 pm. You can join us there or via Zoom. Here’s the link: