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All Cordyceps species are parasitic, mainly on insects and other arthropods (they are thus entomopathogenic fungi); a few are parasitic on other fungi like the subterranean, truffle-like Elaphomyces. The mycelium invades and eventually replaces the host tissue, while the elongated fruiting body (stroma) may be cylindrical, branched, or of very complex shape. The stroma contains many flask-shaped perithecia (sing. perithecium): hollow, flask-shaped structures usually embedded in the stromatic tissue that contain many long, cilindric asci.

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DrattiganDrattigan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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Sir-CannabisClockSir-CannabisClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

goodness gracious

a bloody good film, bloody good film.



HawkaronHawkaron

Rated 4 / 5 stars

CANDY

Awesome syncing and awesome song. Everything flowed so damn well and felt natural. However, sometimes it felt like you reused some of the animations too much, which resulted this exciting music video to drag down into a level below. Thanks for the brain candy, I appreciate it.


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onelegedbanditonelegedbandit

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i love the fungi

that is pretty crazy shit. i like it mucho. i also like that fungi that kills the ants. i think its called cordela or something. i guess their is a thousands of speices of that fungi to kill diffrent creatures.


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cordyceps


BerderBerder

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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I like emacs and steel bank common lisp.


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