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Candlesnuff Fungus

Candlesnuff fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon) is identified by its fruiting body that is black below and dusted with white powder (asexual spores) above. When young, this fungus is erect and cylindrical or club shaped, while older specimens become antlerlike (branched at … Continue reading

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