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Fungi are neither animals nor plants 🍄. They are in their own kingdom of macroscopic life. But they are critical to 90% of plants. Plants need fungi to grow and absorb nutrients from soil. Fungi help them do that with networks of mycelium, which can deliver critical nutrients and protection to plants #WildFacts. •• #fungi #mycelium

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#Regram via @timferriss // NEW podcast episode is up:⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ "Giuliana Furci (@giulifungi) on the Wonders of Mycology, Wisdom from Jane Goodall (@janegoodallinst), Favorite Books, and the World’s Largest Fungarium'"⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Visit tim.blog/podcast to listen to our conversation.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Please enjoy! 🙌⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ cc: @fungifoundation

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We’ve barely scratched the surface of the 👑 🍄 Kingdom Fungi. About 2,000 new species are described every year by mycologists, nature-lovers, and sometimes by unsuspecting people just out for a walk. Only 8% of the estimated 2.2 to 3.8 million species of fungi have been scientifically documented. Our friends at Fungi Foundation have helped us create a list of our 10 favorite fungi discoveries. One of our favorites is Amanita galactica. This mushroom species, discovered in 2014 but named in 2020, looks like a little slice of the cosmos on Earth. It’s related to Amanita muscaria, the well-known, toxic, red-capped mushroom with white dots. But Amanita galactica has a slightly more gothic color palette, sporting a black cap with white dots. @giulifungi, Fungi Foundation CEO, discovered the species living at the base of Evergreen Southern Beech Trees and Chilean Monkey Puzzle Trees in the southern Andes in Chile. The bright white spots on the black mushroom cap reminded her of a galaxy dotted with stars. Amanita galactica is an ancient species. Its evolution can be traced back more than 180 million years, before the continents that made up the landmass Gondwana drifted apart. Follow our link in bio to our blog “re: the wild” to read more. Inspired to search for some amazing fungi? @fungifoundation can help you put your sleuthing skills to work. Check out their What You See Matters campaign, which includes a scientific collection standard and instructions for how you can correctly preserve and submit fungi species you find on your hikes and other wild excursions. 📷 : Amanita galactica by Giuliana Furci #thefutureisfungi #mushroommad

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@giulifungi is #TeamRewild’s biggest fungi champion and a trailblazing mycologist. Her love affair with fungi started when she was 19. She found a mushroom in the woods, but couldn’t find any information on it. So, she changed that. She taught herself all she could about the third macroscopic kingdom of life: fungi. She founded @fungifoundation, authored two field guides on the fungi of Chilé and has helped Chilé become the first country in the world to include fungi in its environmental legislation. Her favorite fungi are earthstars. These giant puffballs are edible when they are young, have medicinal value, and at the end of their lives can be used as tinder to start a fire. “In one species, you have a fire-starter, medicine, and food,” says Giuliana. “I just think that's one of the most noble species on Earth, in general.” Giuliana is helping us embrace the “F” word too. With her help, we’ve adopted the 3F proposal. We are rewilding our vocabulary to include mycologically inclusive language and our body of work to include mycologically inclusive projects. #thefutureisfungi

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✨🍄✨ Funga. They are the secret sauce that makes the wild work. Trees can’t grow in soil without fungi. Penicillin came from fungi. Animals, from birds to worms, eat fungi. And fungi help keep carbon in the ground. We should be talking about funga all the time! So, we’re going to start. Along with @iucnssc, we’re adopting the 3F proposal, developed by @fungifoundation . We pledge to be mycologically inclusive and use mycologically inclusive language, because we can’t rewild the world without funga. Join us and start using the “F” word. •• @giulifungi @merlin.sheldrake

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On a recent expedition to Sierra Leone in search of one of our 25 most wanted #LostSpecies, an expedition team, led by Dr. Pierre A Mvogo Ndongo, found two lost species. Dr. Mvogo Ndongo found the Sierra Leone Crab, which hadn’t been documented in 66 years and was one of our 25 most wanted #LostSpecies, and he also found a species that hasn’t been documented in 225 years--Afzelius’s Crab! Afzelius’s Crab is a vibrant and brightly colored freshwater crab that ironically lives on land, usually far away from any freshwater sources. It’s only known from one specimen, collected in 1796. And there hasn’t been a documented sighting since. After talking to members of local communities, two young men said they had seen a crab that could be the one Dr. Mvogo Ndongo was looking for. They led him to a farm on the edge of a humid rainforest in the Moyamba District. After three days of searching, Dr. Mvogo Ndongo found a crab with a purplish body and orange legs in a tiny burrow. #TeamRewild

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From medical treatment to clean drinking water, many rangers do not have access to basic needs while on the job.  As a member of the Universal Ranger Support Alliance, we’re calling for an inclusive and enabling environment for professionalized rangers so that they can carry out their vital duties effectively, responsibly — for the benefit of biodiversity and people.  #WorldRangerDay

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🦀🌈 FOUND: The Sierra Leone crab, one of our 25 most wanted #LostSpecies, has been rediscovered in the tropical forest of Sugar Loaf Mountain in Sierra Leone! The rainbow-hued crab, with purple claws and orange-colored legs, hadn’t had a confirmed sighting since 1955. But that didn’t deter Dr. Pierre A. Mvogo Ndongo from spending three weeks in Sierra Leone traveling around the country and asking members of local communities if they had seen a crab that only lives on land. Although the Sierra Leone crab is a freshwater crab, it spends much of its time on land, making its home deep in tropical forests in burrows in the forest floor, in trees or in rock crevices. The crabs have specially adapted lung-type structures that allow them to breathe air. Dr. Mvogo Ndongo eventually got a tip that there was a crab that matched the Sierra Leone Crab’s description in the forest surrounding Lake Guma. And with only a few days left on his expedition he found several of the crabs! 📷 : Pierre A. Mvogo Ndongo

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🔴🟢 The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species has added new metrics to help track species’ recoveries from the threat of extinction and show if conservation is working. They are called the Green Status of Species and they show: 1️⃣ the Recovery Status of a species and 2️⃣ the Conservation Impact on a species over time. 181 species underwent preliminary assessments for the Green Status of Species, including the California Condor, Kandelia obovata and Sumatran Rhino. But the number will grow as conservationists around the world complete assessments. Together, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species and the Green Status of Species help tell more complete stories about the efforts to conserve and save species. 📷: (left to right) California Condor by Tom Blanford, Sumatran Rhino by Barney Long, Kandelia obovata by Wan Hong Yong #GreenStatusofSpecies

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Australia’s Parma Wallaby is one of the country’s least-known mammals. In 2000, the IUCN Red List assessment estimated a population of 5,000 individuals. Recently, this species has disappeared from the north of its range, and sadly, 70% of its distribution was affected by the Black Summer fires of 2019/20.    We want to better understand how many individuals are left, where they live (both inside and outside of the Black Summer burn areas), and what has driven them to live there. So with our partners @wild_ark & @aussie_ark, we’ve awarded over $15K to University of Newcastle as part of our Australian Endangered Species Recovery grants for their project to do just that. Their findings about this species will help conservationists rewild the Parma Wallaby and its home! #ConservationOptimism

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While we love to lead with hopeful news (like finding a #lostspecies!), we know #TeamRewild members like you want to know the latest news (even if it’s not the most hopeful) and to learn about how you can take urgent action. We have learned that the Mexican government has lifted the ban on fishing in the Vaquita’s habitat. The Vaquita porpoise, also known as the “panda of the sea,” is the most endangered marine mammal in the world. The government’s decision effectively ensures that the remaining 10 or so porpoises will die in gillnets. How can you help? Write to IUCN at ssc.iucn@gmail.com and CITES at info@cites.org to request that they take action to help protect Vaquitas by insisting the Mexican government reinstate the fishing ban. Or donate to support the critical conservation efforts by partners @vaquitacpr and @earthleagueint. You can also like and share to get the word out. #savethevaquita #vaquitacpr

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Cities are where we connect, make art, laugh and love and work. But the wild is often missing, and because of that cities can feel crowded and hot. When we plant trees and grow green walls, we improve the quality of the air we breathe, and can help cool our cities. When we nurture native plants and let our outdoor spaces thrive, the city gets a little bit more wild. 🏙🌲🌱🌺🌼 This wraps up our series dedicated to the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. 📺

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