Invasive mold threatens California oak species

In Monterey County, California, an invasive water mold species is spreading through the local oaks trees, threatening the tan oak species with total eradication. The mold "is related to the blight responsible for the Irish Potato Famine," according to the report below.

Full story: Scientists race to save ancient species from extinction.

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