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Posted on 19-05-2005 18:57

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I have seen this before, is this a common disease?
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Yes it is. Entomophthora muscae. Try a search in the forum and you will turn up sime results.

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Posted on 20-05-2005 20:56

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I did, and then I looked up some more on the internet and found (in dutch)
That fungi is one amazing story!
Thanks for determining it for me!
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