Actually, I believe the largest living organism is the aspen? in
norhtern Canada. They all grow off the same mother root over hundreds
of square miles.
On 19 Sep 2000 18:34:01 +0100, rushwayne at aol.com (RushWayne) wrote:
>We have all read about the fungi that are single
>organisms and have spread over vast tracts of
>land, vying for the title of largest living
>organism. I'm wondering if anyone has an estimate
>of how old these giant organisms must be to have
>spread over so much territory. Perhaps they are
>among the oldest living organisms, in addition to
>the largest. This information in turn might have
>some bearing on the issue of fungal senescence.
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