Notes:
Per Danny, this is a secondary fungus, stereomicroscopy added

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Images

Branched hyphae with some conidiospores in Cotton Blue
These survived a couple of rains since photos above were taken
These survived a couple of rains since photos above were taken
These survived a couple of rains since photos above were taken
Thick walled hyphae
Conidiospores in Cotton Blue
Conidiophore in Cotton Blue
Branched hyphae with some Conidiospores in Cotton Blue
Conidia forming at the ends of hyphae (conidiophore) in Congo Red
Conidia forming at the ends of hyphae (conidiophore) in Congo Red

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By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2017-05-30 06:18:19 +03 (+0300)

D. concentrica does not occur in the US.

The growth on the surface appears to be a secondary fungus.

A cross section would be helpful in getting to genus.

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