For indoor growth this fungus requires very wet conditions. Most species of Acremonium do not grow at 37°C.
Toxic Mold Descriptions
As a pathogen it has been known to cause nasal lesions, subcutaneous lesions, and nail infections. The majority of infections occur in people with underlying disease
Amerospores represents a morphological category of spores that are produced by many unrelated fungi. Instead amerospores are identified by increasing magnificat
Anthrobotrys is found primarily in the soil and is one of those fungi capable of capturing nematodes.
Arthrospores are a very primitive spore type, formed by the breaking up or disarticulation of fungal mycelia. Many yeast-like fungi such as the genera Geotricum
It is often found in soil or decomposing plant material with a white coloration and has a texture of wooly tufts or long soft hairs.