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snow fungus

[′snō ‚fəŋ·gəs]
(mycology)
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The bats were found with a white fungus on their faces and there was evidence many had died.
Strobel named his discovery Muscodor albus, Latin for "stinky white fungus," since the deadly gas emits a foul smell.
Dahlias, peas, roses, squash, and zinnias are particularly susceptible to this powdery white fungus.
Q Last year our apples had black spots and the branches were covered with a white fungus.
Somehow it is reassuring to see a troubled fish with ugly white fungus and ripped fins swirling down into the smooth whirlpool vortex of a home toilet.
On 5 October 2015 Water Quality Inspectors (WQIs), acting on behalf of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) inspected a waterway at Drumenny Road, Coagh and observed the bed of the waterway was black with a grey white fungus present.
First up for me was glass noodle salad with white fungus, various vegetal bits and bobs, a generous sprinkling of crushed peanuts and a dressing that balanced tangy, fruity and chilli-hot notes.
Their muzzles are covered with a growth of white fungus.
Bats there have been found sick, behaving strangely or even dead, with a white fungus on their noses, according to French.
The most obvious symptom involved in the die-off is a white fungus encircling the noses of the bats.
But you can catch a glimpse of ordinary life in far-off countries by sampling the snacks and kits available, such as small tins of sweet Chinese white fungus soup with a folding plastic spoon attached.