Friendly fungus has termites covered

A fungal insecticide developed by CSIRO offers a new weapon against termites. The fungus, Metarhizium anisopliae, produces tiny spores that kill termites by penetrating the insect's cuticle and filling its body cavity with hair-like threads.

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