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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

Upper left image
Multi-celled, rough walled macroconidia with a tapered terminal cell
Upper right image
Dense aggregates of echinulate, brown-black conidia
Lower left image
Loose clusters of elliptical conidia arranged in a "diphtheroid" pattern
Lower right image
Chains of large, lemon-shaped annelloconidia