Because graveyard soil tends to be rich in organic matter, there is a chance that mushrooms may grow around the graves.
Specifically, the soil-dwelling critters of the soil food web die and decay. Their body parts break down and in so doing enrich the soil with nutrients such as nitrogen. The nutrients tend to stay in place in graveyard soils. So the nutrients are there to be accessed by plants - such as mushrooms - that favor nutrient-rich soils.
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It is bacteria! >:-D
The lump should definitely be checked out particularly since it has been there that long. It could be cancerous.
tundra biomes has no trees Its on the top of the world most plants growing there is no taller than 10cm max. hope this helped
Camels eat many things, but eucalyptus trees are not to their liking. They prefer low growing shrubs such as saltbush and various grasses.
Lord Carnarvons grave is at the top of beacon hill right beside his beloved house Highclere castle
The information and details about a person for example the date of birth and death, are placed on the Headstone which is always situated at the top of the grave.
Rumors have it that Sir Matthew Begbie Elementary was built on top of a grave yard but im not sure if it's true.
you have to keep jumping on those mushrooms and the branches !
yes it was built on top of a grave yard
yoshi is at the top of the castle along with three 1up mushrooms and a wing cap block.
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Go to lot a in the cemetery. To the upper left is a grave with a lose stone on top of a grave. Push the stone off and go down the hole
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Spores which are in mushrooms fall out of gills in the mushroom.(the lines i on the underside of the mushrooms top).Those spores land on the ground and can stay their for years until the right amount of debris and water are supplied.These spores are called dormant until they are ready to produce a mushroom.