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Fungus victim

Fungus victim
Athens/ Rock and Shoals Outcrop, Clarke County, Georgia, USA
September 18, 2009
There is so much fungus growing on this spider, I can't make out any of its features.

would you consider uploading this to

Moved from Entelegynes .

Moved from Spiders. This is where we've been storing the spiders we can't ID to family. Neat find.

Very neat find!

Eew, see what happens when yo
Eew, see what happens when you fall asleep watching television?

Do we have a category for these images?

No category as far as I can tell.
All of the fungus photos seem to be placed under the respective host species.

Q-tip attack!
They seem to be being collected here.

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