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snow fungus

[′snō ‚fəŋ·gəs]
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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.
When the ants tend their garden, only their crop of white fungus grows--and the ant colony prospers.
Bats there have been found sick, behaving strangely or even dead, with a white fungus on their noses, according to French.
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.
White fungus will grow on the materials in the decomposition process.
Ryder envisions an iceberg-of-the-future that's impervious not only to lettuce mosaic, but also to tipburn, an unsightly browning of leaf edges; downy mildew, a white fungus of leaves; and corky root, a bacterial rot that stunts lettuce.
I can vividly recall standing on the beautiful old bridge at Pont- rhydfendigaid on the upper Teifi one grey November morning gazing with dismay as dead salmon after dead salmon, heads covered in white fungus, floated downstream.
Afterward, you visit an herbal store, where you'll find the Chinese cure for whatever ails you, or so the sign says: white fungus for a better complexion, winter worm grass for healthier lungs, dried sea horses for increased virility.
I've had a compost going for two years in a recommended plastic bin from the council and was devastated to see it was covered in white fungus.
So far, the host of federal, state, and university researchers working on the issue have concluded that the white nose syndrome is a crusty white fungus and that it is a symptom of the condition, not the cause, according to French.
Six fungicides are commonly recommended to control powdery mildew, the fuzzy white fungus that coats leaves and flower buds of many plants.