People were skeptical — how are you going to find a mushroom in December? But upwards of two dozen people, ranging in ages from four to 87, showed up on a cold Saturday, Dec. 7 to find out.
Mycologist Lawrence Millman, hosted by Kim Gaffett and the Rhode Island Natural History Survey, led a walk through the Boy Scout Camp at the end of Connecticut Avenue in search of what turned out to be not-so-elusive fungi.
There are two types of fungi, Millman told the crowd: those that disperse their spores downwards,
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