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Purple Mold?

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#1 Offline Ender Ants - Posted October 9 2017 - 3:47 PM

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What do you think this is? I've gotten responses from people saying that its mold, fungus, and a chemical indicator that some factories use when making cotton. Most people say that its mold, while the second being a type of fungus. Here are some pictures, and a video if you want to see it live. 














Hope these pictures can help you identify this unknown material! :D 




#2 Offline Serafine - Posted October 9 2017 - 10:14 PM


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Mold can be caused by both bacterial films and fungi.

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