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Many fungi reproduce by releasing vast numbers of spores, often numbering in the billions or trillions. The spores, which develop in the fruiting body of the mushroom, are minute spherical structures that contain a small amount of protoplasm. Mushrooms, such as the puffball, produce spores both sexually and asexually.

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Fungus; Puffball*

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