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Photo: Dr. David Midgley.

An ericoid mycorrhizal fungus isolated from Woollsia pungens by David Midgley. (Taxon VI, see Midgley, Chambers and Cairney (2002) for details reference below).

Midgley, D. J., Chambers, S. M. & Cairney, J. W. G. (2002). Spatial distribution of fungal endophyte genotypes in a Woollsia pungens (Ericaceae) root system. Australian Journal of Botany 50, 559-565.
Date 2006-09-27 (original upload date)
Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here.
Author Original uploader was MidgleyDJ at en.wikipedia
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