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Ingoldian aquatic hyphomycetes may be your target,
and the chapter of freshwater fungi in the book 'Fungal Ecology'
by Dix & Webster (Publ. Chapman & Hall, London) seems to be a good start.
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> Does anyone know of any fungi that have floating ability. Or even aquatic
> plant seeds that may float. I am looking at foatation as an adaptation to
> aquatic environment. Any leads would be heplful.
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