Bread mould reproduces asexually by spore formation.
Black bread mould is a common form of fungus. It reproduces and grows in the same way as other moulds. The mould develops spores within a sporangium during asexual reproduction. The sporangium breaks open and the spores float out when they’re about to leave and spread more mould. During sexual reproduction, the hyphae come into contact with the hyphae of another Rhizopus mycelium.