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What are fungus-eating animals called?

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Default What are fungus-eating animals called?



Herbivores eat plants. Carnivores eat meat. Omnivores eat both...
What eats fungus?
Fungus in Latin is... Fungus. Fungus in Greek is ???????.
So I'm guessing they'd either be called Mucivores or Fungivores.
It might also come from the Greek word ???????, which is what fungus derived from.
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