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

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

Microscopic description: Flower-like appearance (Image in the upper left quadrant)
Colony description: Green granular colony with a white peripheral apron
Microscopic description: Stem with bulbous extensions (Image in the upper right quadrant)
Colony description: Gray-white, cottony growth rapidly filling the Petri dish
Microscopic description: Cluster on green background (Image in the lower left quadrant)
Colony description: "Green lawn" colony covering the surface of the Petri dish
Microscopic description: Blue cluster of what look like flowers (Image in the lower right quadrant)
Colony description: White, smooth colony with a low downy surface