Probably odontochytrium millerii
Parasitic on another chytrid. Maybe Septosperma or Chytridium rhizophydii
Chytridiomycota is a division of the kingdom Fungi. The name is derived from the Greek chytridion, meaning "little pot", describing the structure containing unreleased spores. In older classifications, chytrids (except the recently established order Spizellomycetales) were placed in the class Phycomycetes under the subdivision Myxomycophyta of the kingdom Fungi. At another time, they were placed in the Mastigomycotina as the class Chytridiomycetes. Also, in an older and more restricted sense (not used here), the term "chytrids"...