20100828 005957 Fungus

Image of Arthrobotrys


Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI Fungus found growing in my cat's water dish. According to the same expert that kindly identified my sample of Harposporium anguillulae, “this is definitely a nematophagous fungus of the genus Arthrobotrys, probably Arthrobotrys oligospora or Arthrobotrys candida. The structures shown on your image are threedimensional adhesive nets.”
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10× objective, 15× eyepiece; numbered ticks are 122 µM apart. In the full-sized version of this image, each pixel represents a 0.407-µM square.

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File:20100814_180201_FungusOnDeadnematode_HarposporiumAnguillulae.jpg Date 28 August 2010 Source Own work Author Bob Blaylock Object location 38° 35′ 00″ N, 121° 29′ 00″ W View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth 38.583333; -121.483333 (Coordinates rounded to the nearest minute in order to protect some measure of my privacy.) Licensing[edit] I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following licenses:
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