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Powdery Mildew of Cucurbits

Cleistothecia (sexual spores are within the fruiting bodies) are barely discernible without a hand lens. They develop late in the growing season and serve in fungal survival.

Photo courtesy of M.T. McGrath, Cornell University, Riverhead, LI, NY

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