|Mitosporic fungus. Hyphomycetes. Teleomorph (sexual state): Capronia (Ascomycete).|
|Distribution||Where Found||Mode of Dissemination|
Approx. 10 species.
|Soil, herbaceous substrates and decaying wood.||Dry spore.
|Allergen||Potential Opportunist or Pathogen||Potential Toxin Production|
|Not studied.||Three cases of subcutaneous infection have been reported.||Not known.|
|Growth Indoors||Industrial Uses||Other Comments|
|Occasionally found on a variety of substrates. One species is called the cellar fungus, most commonly found on brickwork and adjacent timber in wine cellars.||Not known.||None.|
|Characteristics: Growth/Culture||Notes on Spore Trap Recognition||Notes on Tape Lift Recognition|
|Very small, slow growing colonies. May be overlooked on crowded plates.||Not recognizable on spore trap slides; reported in "other colorless" category.||Distinctive, and identifiable if sporulation structures are present on tape lifts.|
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