Examples of Parasitic Fungi?

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Parasitic fungi are found in nature. They thrive off of other organisms by attaching to them and drawing nutrients out of the host. Examples of parasitic fungi include cordyceps militaris, cordyceps ophioglossoides, and hypomyces hyalinus.
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Anthrax. And the amanita mascara mushroom uses evergreen trees for nutrients. Though it's more Mutual parasite.
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Mushrooms, lichens, penicillin and bread mold are all examples of fungi. Dry rot, athlete's foot, Dutch elm disease and ringworm are different forms of fungi, too.
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Not all fungi are parasites; only some of them are. Most are saprobes, decaying dead organic matter.
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Fungi that attack their hosts. A few examples include Achorion, Arthrodermataceae,
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