Find out how the Macaulay community has helped the cause in identifying spotted lanternflies!
The Ganoderma sessile is a polypore fungi typically found on the decaying wood of hardwood trees. The species is generally found east of the Rocky Mountains, often in a semicircular shape without a stem. The colors of its cap tend to be brownish-red. The Ganoderma sessile has large spores and its structure has been described as “tough, but not woody”.
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lists some possible attributes of pigeons that allows it to withstand the high temperatures and heat caused by climate change.
What is the relationship between sightings of the invasive species the Spotted Lantern Fly, and Maple, Black Walnut, and birch tree sightings between 2020 and 2021 in the NYC and NJ area?
Spotted lanternflies are the newest invasive species to wreak havoc in NYC. What does this mean for NYC’s future?