The fungoid disease named Phyllosticta violæ is frequently common on Violet leaves in June.
By thousands and millions, myriads of them advanced across the fungoid soil.
They would naturally be most readily detached from soft, fungoid, and ulcerating cancerous growths.
Mildew, of all fungoid diseases, is the worst we have to contend with.
Several of the fungoid parasites cause swellings known as "cedar apples."
It is brought about through the action of a minute fungoid plant.
I looked down and saw a dozen of the giant crabs lumbering up out of the fungoid jungle from the direction of the great lake.
It looked as if life had abandoned the miserable little body, leaving but a little substance for fungoid growths to flourish in.
Is he warned of the contents of the subsoil by a general emanation, by that fungoid effluvium common to all the species?
This should be applied with a fine-sprayed syringe, and is a good preventive against many kinds of fungoid attacks.
fungoid fun·goid (fŭng'goid')
Of, relating to, resembling, or being a fungus.