Laboulbeniales


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Laboulbeniales

[lə‚bül·ben·ē′ā·lēz]
(mycology)
An order of ascomycetous fungi made up of species that live primarily on the external surfaces of insects.
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The ladybirds carry a disease called Laboulbeniales which is a form of fungi.
Experts say the insects, many of which have black instead of red wings, pose a threat to the domestic species because they carry a sexually-transmitted disease, called laboulbeniales fungal disease.
Harlequin ladybirds pose a risk to the domestic ladybird as they carry a sexually-transmitted infection called Laboulbeniales fungal disease.
While they may look cute, the foreign invaders - which have black wings instead of red - could pose a dangerous threat to the domestic species because they carry a sexually-transmitted disease, called Laboulbeniales fungal disease.
They also carry a bug-STD called Laboulbeniales fungal disease, which may be hurting the locals.
Laboulbeniales on millipedes: the genera Diplodomyces
The akita dog in Japan with a tail that curls one way on males, the other way on females, the tendency of dolphins to swim counterclockwise around tanks, the asymmetric sex organ of the male bedbug, a fungus called laboulbeniales that grows only on the back left leg of a certain beetle"--and so on.
attempted appear to Pest They have black instead of red wings so not only look different to the domestic ladybird but also pose a risk to them as they carry a sexually-transmitted infection called Laboulbeniales fungal disease.
Laboulbeniales is a large group of ascomycete fungi which complete their entire lifecycle on living arthropods.
New or interesting Laboulbeniales (Fungi, Ascomycota) from Spain.
The invaders, which have black instead of red wings, not only look different to the domestic ladybird but also pose a risk to them as they carry a sexually-transmitted infection called Laboulbeniales fungal disease.