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Why does my orange have a green fuzzy spot?

I was disassembling my orange when the anti-tampering mechanism turned on for the fifth time and sprayed my already stinging eyes. So I left the basement (where I do all my work) and decided to have a go on it the next day. However when I came back the was a green fuzzy spot where I had removed the outer shell. Is this normal?

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Yes it is mold. Green mold is caused by the fungus Penicillium digitatum which is ubiquitous to all citrus growing regions.

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Get out of the basement. You're seeing green spots.

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Transformer-bot?!

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Well it's not good but it does mean it is OEM and authentic. It's better than coming back and not seeing the fuzzy green spot, that means it's a fake which could give you a virus of some sort.

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