Dry rot fungus around an alarm sensor on an internal wall. Dry rot, unlike its name suggests, infects damp timber. The term refers to the growth of either of two fungi, Serpula lacrymans (formerly Merulius lacrymans) and Meruliporia incrassata. It destroys the wood by digesting the cellulose that provides the wood with its structural support.
September 12th, 2018
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