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Although extremely beautiful, red lion fish from the Indo-Pacific are a voracious, invasive species that has become established in North Carolina's warming waters, and it is wreaking havoc on the state's offshore reefs.
Joyner describes North Carolina's five fall mushrooms: the puffball, jack-o'-lantern, oyster, honey, and stinkhorn.
Joyner discusses mollusks. With some 50,000 living species, they are second only to insects as one of the largest groups of animals on earth.
Joyner discusses some of the unique qualities and habits of the millipedes that inhabit North Carolina.
Boating is a popular activity in North Carolina. Joyner provides tips on towing and launching a boat for maximum safety.