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A beautiful and tiny example of Fungi Imperfecti, which are fungi for which a sexually reproductive stage of the life cycle has not been found. They are anamorphs and have only an asexual reproductive stage, lacking the teleomorph (fruiting body/sexual reproductive stage). Resembling a slime mold, they form small grayish white cushions on dead hardwood. Sizes ranged from 1-3mm. This is the first spotting of this species on Project Noah.
On a rotting log in a mixed, but mostly deciduous forest.
Spotted on Oct 25, 2017
Submitted on Oct 28, 2017
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