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A particularly virulent outbreak of the true dry rot fungus Serpula lacrymans. Mycelium and fungal strands growing over inert surfaces in search of fresh timber.

Mycelium and Sporophores. The Sporophore, otherwise known as 'the fruiting body' is the reproductive part of the organism.
Mycelium and Sporophores.
Mycelium and Sporophores.

Serpula lacrymans depositing excess water droplets onto dry timber in order to enable further colonization. It is this unique ability that differentiates dry rot from all other types of wood-destroying fungi.

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