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Disco ascomycete (Mollisia spec., Belonopsis spec.), saprophytic on dead wood, Germany
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cup lichen (Cladonia pyxidata), on bark, with ascocarps, Germany, Schleswig-Holstein
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Verrucaria nigrescens (black crustacous lichen) and Verrucaria parmigera (white endolithic lichen with black points) growing on calcareous rocks
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Close-up abstract of mature red cushion fungus Hypoxylon fragiforme clustered on a dead branch in a Norfolk wood The surface is minutely bumpy at maturity The...
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Summer truffle (Tuber aestivum) is an edible fungus of great gastronomic value
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White saddle, Elfin saddle, Common helvel (Helvella crispa, Helvella pithyophila), two fruiting bodies on mossy ground, Germany
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Verrucaria marmorea is an endolithic lichen that grows on limestone rocks. This photo was taken in Plitvice National Park, Croatia
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Diatrype disciformis is a crustose fungus that grows on trunks and branches. This photo was taken in Montseny Biosphere Reserve, Barcelona province, Catalonia
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candlesnuff fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon), fruiting bodies on deadwood, Germany
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Filamentous allergenic fungus Alternaria alternata, computer illustration. Alternaria is a dematiaceous (phaeoid) fungus commonly isolated from plants, soil
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Verrucaria nigrescens is a black crustose lichen that grows on limestone rocks. This photo was taken in Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
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Gibberella Ear Rot of Corn (Gibberella zeae) Ontario, Canada
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Morel Mushroom (Morchella esculenta) Bowmans Hill, Pennsylvania
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morel (Morchella esculenta), on forest ground, Italy, South Tyrol
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ergot, blood root (Claviceps purpurea), Sclerotium, Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
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Fungus Sporothrix schenckii, the causative agent of sporotrichosis, especially common in florists and gardeners. 3D illustration showing fungal hyphae and...
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Grey mould, Botrytis cinerea, on a large sunflower flower as it begins to go to seed
Close-up of a sycamore leaf infected by Sycamore tar-spot (Rhyrisma acerinum) in a Norfolk woodland habitat in summer
Acarospora cervina is a crustose lichen that grows on calcareous soils. This photo was taken in Aliaga, Teruel province, Aragon, Spain
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