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A Thousand Points of Light: Bioluminescent Fungi

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Light photo of Mycena lucentipes, recently described from Sao Pulo, Brazil.

Light photo of Mycena lucentipes, a species recently described from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Credit: Cassius V. Stevani, Institute of Chemistry, University of So Paulo


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Dark photo of Mycena lucentipes.

Dark photo of Mycena lucentipes.

Credit: Cassius V. Stevani, Institute of Chemistry, University of So Paulo


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Light photo of a new, currently undescribed species tentatively called Mycena luxaeterna.

Light photo of a new, currently undescribed species that the researchers are tentatively calling Mycena luxaeterna.

Credit: Cassius V. Stevani, Institute of Chemistry, University of So Paulo


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Dark photo of Mycena luxaeterna.

Dark photo of Mycena luxaeterna.

Credit: Cassius V. Stevani, Institute of Chemistry, University of So Paulo


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Photo of the Brazilian team, March 2007.

The Brazilian team, March 2007. Expedition team leaders Dr. Cassius V. Stevani and Dr. Dennis E. Desjardin are in the front row, centered, left to right, respectively.

Credit: Dennis E. Desjardin, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University


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