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Home / Cordyceps Colombia 2020 48
- Cordyceps caloceroides on a Tarantula seen near Pitalito
- Gibellula pulchra growing from a tiny spider in Mocoa. Fitting species name: "pulchra" meaning beautiful in Latin. However a spider might miss the beauty aspect in a Gibellula infection.
- Synnema with Conidiophores of Gibellula pulchra seen at Cascadas Fin del Mundo near Mocoa
- Ophiocordyceps amazonica seen in Isla Escondida, Putumayo
- A moth having a real bad case of Cordyceps tuberculata, the telemorph of what was formerly known as Akanthomyces pistillariiformis'
- Beauveria sp. growing out of a mall grasshopper
- Ophiocordyceps binata, aka Ophiocordyceps lloydii var binata top side
- Ophiocordyceps binata seen in Mocoa
- Ophiocordyceps on odontomachus ant seen in Isla Escondida
- Cordyceps (aka Isaria) tenuipes anamorph. Most of the conidiospores already were dispersed from moving the specimen for the photo. seen in Pitalito
- Ophiocordyceps evansii stroma seen in Isla Escondida
- fertile head of Ophiocordyceps evansii seen in Isla Escondida. This and parasitizing species was previously clustered with O. australis, which has a round head.
- Cordyceps nidus growing from a small spider seen in Isla Escondida, Putumayo
- Beauveria diapheromeriphila, an immature specimen of this stick bug Cordyceps.
- Beauveria diapheromeriphila, the stick bug Cordyceps past prime seen in La Escondida, Putumayo
- Ophiocordyceps engleriana fruiting on spider, note the legs, in Isla Escondida, Putumayo
- Cordyceps caloceroides on a Tarantula in situ near Pitalito
- Ophiocordyceps unilateralis seen in Mocoa
- Ophiocordyceps binata with scale indicating a length of 6 mm seen near Mocoa
- A past prime Ophiocordyceps binata with hyperparasite