The page below is a sample from the LabCE course Mycology: Hyaline and Dematiaceous Fungi. Access the complete course and earn ASCLS P.A.C.E.-approved continuing education credits by subscribing online.

Learn more about Mycology: Hyaline and Dematiaceous Fungi (online CE course) »
How to Subscribe
MLS & MLT Comprehensive CE Package
Includes 97 CE courses, most popular
$95 Add to cart
Pick Your Courses
Up to 8 CE hours
$50 Add to cart
Individual course$20 Add to cart

Match each hyaline mold from the drop-down list to its corresponding colony and microscopic description. The mold colonies are illustrated in the image on the right.

Select the correct match for each item from the drop-down box

Colony in upper left quadrant (orange sphere); microscopic description: Multi-celled, sickle-form macroconidia.
Colony in upper right quadrant (grayish-brown spherical shape); microscopic description: Dark, elliptical conidia each supported by a conidiophore ("lollipops").
Colony in bottom left quadrant (lilypad-like shape); microscopic description: Chains of spherical conidia produced from branching phialides.
Colony in bottom right quadrant (green sphere with yellow inner circle); microscopic description: Tight clusters of spherical conidia held by finger-like phialides.