@KingGhidora, my sentiments exactly. I was cleaning it up with a q-tip and iso. The last thing it was on was a cocoplug. After a couple of days dabbing it away, it just stopped living on my plants. I think I may have created an ideal environment for it to flourish when I left a small amount of an RO water spill evaporate. When I cleaned up after a similar spill last week, there was something slimy on the floor under an old reflector I had stored there. I hadn't bothered cleaning under it in the past because it was on some small plastic blocks. I assumed it would evaporate quickly on its own, but it didn't evaporate quickly enough.
I could be wrong about what the slime was, it could have just been coincidental. but I bleached the area really well to be certain.
@Albannach: Any place else is fine with me. I didn't knowingly put it there and didn't want it there. Interestingly, I was getting an identical mold on some Headband seeds I was trying to germ. I kept cleaning them and putting them in clean paper towels and 12-18n hours later is was back.
I watched a video on germinating a variety of seeds this survivalist had in his freezer in the original pkg for 10 years. He said some people were telling him seeds die in the freezer in a few years. So, he took a variety of seeds from his freezer and germinated them in 3 days time. Some veggies, like his cukes, didn't germ. Anyway, the point is, he said there are certain molds that he will not bother cleaning off because they aren't harmful to the seeds. He found seeds that get the whitish fuzzy mold never popped.