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Ophiocordyceps evansii stroma seen in Isla Escondida

Ophiocordyceps evansii stroma Escondida DW Ms.jpg Cordyceps (aka Isaria) tenuipes anamorph. Most of the conidiospores already were dispersed from moving the specimen for the photo.                   seen in PitalitoThumbnailsfertile head of Ophiocordyceps evansii seen in Isla Escondida. This and parasitizing species was previously clustered with O. australis, which has a round head. Cordyceps (aka Isaria) tenuipes anamorph. Most of the conidiospores already were dispersed from moving the specimen for the photo.                   seen in PitalitoThumbnailsfertile head of Ophiocordyceps evansii seen in Isla Escondida. This and parasitizing species was previously clustered with O. australis, which has a round head. Cordyceps (aka Isaria) tenuipes anamorph. Most of the conidiospores already were dispersed from moving the specimen for the photo.                   seen in PitalitoThumbnailsfertile head of Ophiocordyceps evansii seen in Isla Escondida. This and parasitizing species was previously clustered with O. australis, which has a round head. Cordyceps (aka Isaria) tenuipes anamorph. Most of the conidiospores already were dispersed from moving the specimen for the photo.                   seen in PitalitoThumbnailsfertile head of Ophiocordyceps evansii seen in Isla Escondida. This and parasitizing species was previously clustered with O. australis, which has a round head. Cordyceps (aka Isaria) tenuipes anamorph. Most of the conidiospores already were dispersed from moving the specimen for the photo.                   seen in PitalitoThumbnailsfertile head of Ophiocordyceps evansii seen in Isla Escondida. This and parasitizing species was previously clustered with O. australis, which has a round head.
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