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Figure 3: (a) Downy velvety white raised colonies of Trichophyton rubrum on SDA at 30°C at 2 weeks. Inset: close up view (b) White downy colonies of Trichophyton mentagrophytes at 30°C at 2 weeks (c) Thin powdery colonies of Trichophyton rubrum (Granular form) at 1 week with vinaceous-red pigment seen at the margins (Obverse view) (d) Vinaceous red pigment formed by the primary culture of the granular forms of Trichophyton rubrum seen distinctly (Reverse view) (e) Rapidly growing chalky-granular creamy white colonies of Trichophyton mentagrophytes on SDA at 30°C at 1 week

Figure 3: (a) Downy velvety white raised colonies of <i>Trichophyton rubrum</i> on SDA at 30°C at 2 weeks. Inset: close up view (b) White downy colonies of <i>Trichophyton mentagrophytes</i> at 30°C at 2 weeks (c) Thin powdery colonies of <i>Trichophyton rubrum</i> (Granular form) at 1 week with vinaceous-red pigment seen at the margins (Obverse view) (d) Vinaceous red pigment formed by the primary culture of the granular forms of <i>Trichophyton rubrum</i> seen distinctly (Reverse view) (e) Rapidly growing chalky-granular creamy white colonies of <i>Trichophyton mentagrophytes</i> on SDA at 30°C at 1 week