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."
Harlequin ladybirds are rumoured to pass on a "dangerous" sexuallytransmitted disease to our native species, called Laboulbeniales fungal disease.
Harlequin ladybirds are rumoured to pass on a "dangerous" sexually-transmitted disease called Laboulbeniales fungal disease.
For the foreign invaders, which first came to the UK from North America in }summer 2004, pose a threat to the domestic species because they carry a sexually-transmitted condition _ laboulbeniales fungal disease.
The disease is called Laboulbeniales which is a form of fungi.
The ladybirds carry a disease called Laboulbeniales which is a form of fungi." All other warnings about sexually transmitted diseases carry a health alert about the importance of wearing condoms.
(1988) Los Laboulbeniales de Mexico y estudio sobre tres nuevos registros de Rickia parasitas de escarabajos (Passalidae).
Harlequin ladybirds pose a risk to the domestic ladybird as they carry a sexually-transmitted infection 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