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Mushrooms to eat, Spain
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Candida auris yeast, illustration
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Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of fungal cells. The round structures are sporangia, which house the fungus' reproductive cells (spores)
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raw mushrooms in glass bowl and on a table
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Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of fungal cells. The round structures are sporangia, which house the fungus' reproductive cells (spores)
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Candida yeast, illustration. C. albicans and C. auris are two pathogenic yeasts that cause infections known as candidiasis. C
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Candida auris fungus, illustration. C. auris is a yeast found on the skin of humans. If internalised, C. auris can cause infections, known as candidiasis
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Bacillus cereus bacteria, computer illustration. These are Gram-positive rod-shaped spore-producing bacteria, that are often arranged in chains (streptobacilli)
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Close-up of reindeer lichen in Russian tundra
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The underside of leaves infected with juniper hawthorn rust
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Maidenhair spleenwort, Common maidenhair (Asplenium trichomanes), underside of leaves with sor, Austria, Tyrol
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Moth from the family of the Erebidae butterflies, Caeneressa sp., Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia
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Fern sporangia and spores. Optical microscope X40
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A monochrome and side profile view of a man carrying out a professional environmental air and moisture assessment inside a domestic building with copy space
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white grapes infested with rot and mold
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Closeup of bristles - fungal fruiting structures under a leaf
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brick tuft (Hypholoma lateritium, Hypholoma sublateritium), covered with spores, Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
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Aspergilloma of the brain, illustration
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A close-up, black and white view of a person using an indoor air quality monitor, checking for pollutants and allergens inside a residential kitchen
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Giant horsetail (Equisetum telmateia), spores
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