The Original ‘Humungous Fungus’ Is Even Bigger and Older Than We Thought

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    Ah, the end of the article does mention the "Armillaria ostoyae fungus in Oregon’s Blue Mountains. Discovered in 1998, the Oregonian fungus covers 2,200 acres and could be thousands of years older".
     

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