|This is an extremely small species, the one photographed measuring just 2.75mm in length. Two were found at Sherwood Forest in late October 2008, both hidden under bark. One of several species in the UK, they belong to the Monotidae family and are found near fungi. Rhizophagus dispar is a very common species.|
|UK distribution of Rhizophagus dispar|
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