Separate networks of fungus mycelia tested and determined to be genetically homogeneous, with each different individual occupying the soil and tree roots over areas largest (by biomass). Armillaria may have effectively spread in historic forests of large trees that were less densely stocked, and composed of species less susceptible to root disease. Alternatively, forest structure and composition are now possibly more amenable.


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