Coccomyces Dentatus Fungus on Pacific Rhododendron Leaf

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Coccomyces Dentatus fungus colonizes the dead leaf of a Pacific Rhododendron. The dark spots are the fungus’s apothecia, or fruiting body, which is roughly hexagonal in shape, and more broadly defined by dark lines.  When mature, the tiny apothecia will open to release their spores. Willamette National Forest, Oregon West Cascades.

 

 

 

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Coccomyces Dentatus fungus colonizes the dead leaf of a Pacific Rhododendron. The dark spots are the fungus’s apothecia, or fruiting body, which is roughly hexagonal in shape, and more broadly defined by dark lines.  When mature, the tiny apothecia will open to release their spores. Willamette National Forest, Oregon West Cascades.

 

 

 

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