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Molds, composite slide of three types: Aspergillus, Rhizopus and Penicillium, w.m.
Sclerotinia fructigena (Monilia albicans), plum rot, sec. through yeast-like conidia on surface of host tissue
Sordaria fimicola, showing the wild type. Perithecia and spores
Sordaria fimicola, showing the mutant tan. Perithecia and spores
Sordaria fimicola, shows the mutant gray after crossing wild type with mutant tan, hybrid asci with 4 dark & 4 light ascospores
Sphaerotheca mors uvae, gooseberry mildew, t.s. with perithecia
Taphrina pruni (Exoascus pruni), plum pockets, t.s. of host tissue with haustoria and asci
Taphrina deformans, peach leaf curl, infected leaf with asci and ascospores t.s.
Taphrina sp., infected leaf c.s.
Tuber rufum, truffle, fruiting body with hymenium and asci, t.s.
Uncinula necator (Oidium Tuckeri), grape mildew, t.s. of leaf
Uncinula salicis, willow mildew, t.s. of infected leaf
Venturia pirinum (Fusicladium), pear scab, sec. conidia
Venturia sp., leaf with perithecia *
Boletus edulis, pore fungus, horizontal sec. of pileus showing c.s. of pores
Boletus edulis, vertical sec. of pileus showing l.s. of pores
Coleosporium tussilaginis, aecia on coltsfoot leaf t.s.
Coprinus, ink cap, t.s. of pileus showing typical basidia and spores
Coprinus, l.s. of entire specimen
Cronartium ribicola, pine blister rust, sec. of pine bark with pycnidia
Cronartium ribicola, sec. of Ribes leaf with telia
Cronartium ribicola, sec. of Pinus stem with aecia
Cryptomyces pteridis, infecting ferns, sec. of infected tissue
Geaster, earth star, sec. of fruiting body