What if mycorrhizal dominance actually reduces forest-tree species diversity?

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A shot taken in a sugar maple forest in the fall. Sugar maples (Acer saccharum Marsh) make arbuscular mycorrhizas with fungi from the Glomeraceae family, allowing the tree and fungi to thrive in many forests of northeastern North America.