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Rhinocladiella sp.

Mitosporic fungus. Hyphomycetes. Teleomorph (sexual state): Capronia (Ascomycete).
Distribution Where Found Mode of Dissemination
Ubiquitous;
cosmopolitan.
Approx. 10 species.
Soil, herbaceous substrates and decaying wood. Dry spore.
Wind.
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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