The Best Look Yet at the Tiny Fungus Storage Units Inside Ambrosia Beetles

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Advances in microscopic imaging techniques are revealing, in unprecedented detail, the structure of mycangia—the internal organs that ambrosia beetles use to store and transport the symbiotic fungi they farm.

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