synanamorph

syn·an·a·morph

(sin-an'ă-mōrf),
The same fungal species growing in a different form.

syn·an·a·morph

(sin-an'ă-mōrf)
The same fungal species growing in a different form.
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A Graphium eumorphum synanamorph may be produced in later stages of some strains and co-exists with S.
Members of the genus Pseudallescheria, producing Scedosporium and eventually Graphium synanamorphs, are frequently found in subcutaneous and systemic infections.
Heterogeneity in the Calosphaeriales: a new Calosphaeria with Ramichloridium- and Sporothrix-like synanamorphs.
Wingfield, "Botryosphaeria species from Eucalyptus in Australia are pleoanamorphic, producing Dichomera synanamorphs in culture," Mycological Research, vol.