A fungus is killing Michigan’s favorite annual bedding flower — and that is hurting local businesses.
A statewide survey of 60 bat wintering sites in Michigan found no sign of the fatal fungal disease white nose syndrome, according to a Department of Natural Resources report released this week.
A type of fungus that’s been lurking underground for millions of years, previously known to science only through its DNA, has been cultured, photographed, named and assigned a place on the tree of life, thanks in part to University of Michigan researchers.
There is a fungus among us and it’s deadly serious. Cryptococcus gattii has been blamed for 15 deaths over the last six years. The fungus is usually found in the tropics, but is now calling […]