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Synnema with Conidiophores of Gibellula pulchra seen at Cascadas Fin del Mundo near Mocoa

Gibellula pulchra Mocoa 2 Detai DWl Ms.jpg Gibellula pulchra growing from a tiny spider in Mocoa. Fitting species name: "pulchra" meaning beautiful in Latin. However a spider might miss the beauty aspect in a Gibellula infection.ThumbnailsOphiocordyceps amazonica seen in Isla Escondida, PutumayoGibellula pulchra growing from a tiny spider in Mocoa. Fitting species name: "pulchra" meaning beautiful in Latin. However a spider might miss the beauty aspect in a Gibellula infection.ThumbnailsOphiocordyceps amazonica seen in Isla Escondida, PutumayoGibellula pulchra growing from a tiny spider in Mocoa. Fitting species name: "pulchra" meaning beautiful in Latin. However a spider might miss the beauty aspect in a Gibellula infection.ThumbnailsOphiocordyceps amazonica seen in Isla Escondida, PutumayoGibellula pulchra growing from a tiny spider in Mocoa. Fitting species name: "pulchra" meaning beautiful in Latin. However a spider might miss the beauty aspect in a Gibellula infection.ThumbnailsOphiocordyceps amazonica seen in Isla Escondida, PutumayoGibellula pulchra growing from a tiny spider in Mocoa. Fitting species name: "pulchra" meaning beautiful in Latin. However a spider might miss the beauty aspect in a Gibellula infection.ThumbnailsOphiocordyceps amazonica seen in Isla Escondida, PutumayoGibellula pulchra growing from a tiny spider in Mocoa. Fitting species name: "pulchra" meaning beautiful in Latin. However a spider might miss the beauty aspect in a Gibellula infection.ThumbnailsOphiocordyceps amazonica seen in Isla Escondida, Putumayo

Gibellula pulchra is the anamorph of Torrubiella pulchra, the teleomorph.

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