Mycelium interactions

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  1. Gremlinchode

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    Does mycelium fight/consume competitor species. How do two different species interact while colonizing and fruting on the same substrate? Is there species that share nutrients ect? Im not sure if I am asking the right questions but if you have answers or can direct me to furthe reading on the topic I would be stoked! Thanks :gremlin:
     
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    Grem, TONS of info in Myco-Tek's incredible Ultimate Mycology PDF Library, I can't believe the amount of work that was put into the library, and how much I have learned there, priceless.
     
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    Thank you very much for the info, Looks like lots to read.
     
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    Some species will fruit next to eachother dependig on a lot of factors including those species's life cycle
    And yes one feeding on the other is possible ,its a race for substrate and nutrients
    Even when sharing the same taste for food like cubensis and panaeolus
     
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