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Entomophthora coleopterorum Petch (an entomophagous fungus)? (Identification not confirmed)

Entomophthora coleopterorum Petch (an entomophagous fungus), Collapsed hyphae with pollen grains of Hemp Agrimony - magnified

12. Collapsed hyphae with pollen grains of Hemp Agrimony - magnified (3)

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Image Reference P69953
Magnification microscope photograph microscope photograph
Stained with Lactophenol Cotton Blue
Mounted in Lactophenol Cotton Blue
Malcolm Storey Canon EOS10D digital SLR and Meiji microscope with x2.5 projection eye-piece. DPI defaulting to 72.
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Record info

Warning: Identification questionable
Date: 17 July 2007
OS grid ref: SN69
Lat/Lon: 52° 30' N, 4° 0' W
Location: Vice County: Cardigan, VC46, Wales
Voucher: 17/07/2007[G]
Stage or state: Infection
Record Summary: Fungal infection on Soldier Beetle on leaf of Hemp Agrimony
Associated organism: on dead abdomen of Rhagonycha fulva
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