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Largest mushroom species in Western Hemisphere found in Georgia

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The gigantic fungus Macrocybe titans has been spotted in Athens — its caps can grow as large as trashcan lids.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald


Emerald ash borer now found in Fulton and DeKalb counties
Source: Red&

Study to look at Savannah River management
The next phase of a study was approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with support from Georgia and South Carolina and a new partner — The Nature Conservancy.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Zip the wandering tortoise found crossing a road

Zip, who weighs about 50 pounds, was discovered about a half-mile from his home after escaping in Carlton; he has lived with the Fishers for 17 years.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Georgia ranks 8th in major carbon pollutors ranking
Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center released its findings during a news conference on the banks of the Ocmulgee River in Macon.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

• Plant Scherer in Juliette produces most carbon pollution in nation
Source: WMAZ-TV 

Rockcress proposed as plant for threatened species list
A federal agency is now formally proposing to list the Georgia rockcress as a threatened plant species in Georgia and Alabama under provisions of the Endangered Species Act.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Bears seen wandering through Atlanta suburbs
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


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