Winner Other Animals – 15th Edition

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Francisco Negroni

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Antler Forest

It was a cold winter evening and on the hill in Börzsöny, Hun- gary, the temperature had dropped to just a few degrees. A De- cember moth (Poecilocampa Populi) suddenly fluttered past me, then landed near my equipment, on top of antler-shaped fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon). With every flap of the moth’s wings I could see, against the light, the spores of the fungus rise, car- ried away by the wind, and scattered into the night, contributing to its spread.

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