Entomopathogenic fungi. a Metarhizium anisopliae. b Paecilomyces fumosoroseus. Cotton blue stain, phase contrast, objective 100x
The range of colors in muscardine diseases comprises white,
green, pink and red pigmentation (Figs. 2.33, 2.34).
The fungus produces green cylindrical conidia with rounded ends
fumoso-roseus (Fig. 2.34b).
Initially, fungal mycelia can be observed on the intersegmental
membranes of the host (Fig. 2.34a, b) and then gradually
progresses to the insect’s body, ultimately enclosing the complete
body of the insect (Fig. 2.34c)..
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