This mold came from a diseased spotted leaf of an unknown plant from my grandparent’s garden. The mold was the only fungus that grew from this cutting of the leaf, shows as the black square in the centre of the mold in the bottom image. The molds on this plate grew fairly quickly and all claimed their own piece of territory on the PDA, so I believe they would spread even further if there was more “real-estate” available. The top of the mold is white and fuzzy while the bottom is shaded a deeper yellow-orange. This example showed much more obvious radial growth and spreading of the mycelia. Although there is no sign of orange colouration on the top-side, this mold most closely resembles Cylindorcarpon destructans.