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Cordyceps attack - Camponotus - female

Cordyceps attack - Camponotus - Female
Slidell, Honey Island Swamp, St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, USA
October 29, 2009
Size: ~6 mm
I finally found another one of these, on an American holly sapling. I am formulating a hypothesis that swamps promote the growth of fungi.


Compare it to the one that my colleague Rebecca found last year. Mine is clearly far superior!

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Moved
Ant is Camponotus, but hard to say which one in its mycotic condition!

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