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Maxillary Sinusitis Caused by Medusoid Form of Schizophyllum
ile medusoid structures from nonclamped mycelia until spontaneous dikaryotization resulted in the develop- ment of characteristic fan-shaped fruiting bodies.
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Medusoid Mycelium, a terrible fungus that could poison anyone who breathed it in.
Formation in Schizophyllum commune
Mycelia forms a few large stage V fruiting bodies per culture. Fertile. 815.
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Is there a more deadly mushroom than medusoid mycelium? That was one of my first questions I asked after I read the book.
NAMA Foray '05: Wisconsin!
Medusoid Mycelium . . .

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It's the end at last for the Baudelaire orphans. At the end of the 12th book the trio were left in a boat with Count Olaf, and as the book begins a storm is coming...

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Medusoid Mycelium as drawn by Brett Helquist (© 2004).
Medusoid Mycelium at The Lemony Snicket Wiki
Medusoid Mycelium.Added by Kougermasters The Medusoid Mycelium is a deadly mushroom that grows in th.
Yahoo! Answers - Is the Medusoid Mycelium real?
"The" Medusoid Mycelium is from the book Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. So that one is fictional. However, it has some basis in reality.
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