Mucoraceae (order Mucorales) A family of fungi in which the sporangia typically are all alike: spherical or pear-shaped, columellate, thin-walled, and containing numerous spores. There are many species, most of which are saprotrophic in soil, dung, organic debris, etc. Some can parasitize plants and some can cause disease in animals and humans.
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