Natural Origin - Species are mostly found in plant debris and soil. Its species are pathogenic to some plants. The highest concentrations of these spores occur in the spring and have a lower peak in autumn.

Indoor Origin - Can occur on stored seeds, or cellulose based materials

Pathoginicity - Various but uncommon infections have occurred of the eye, nose, lungs and skin.

Diseases - Occasionally a cause of Phaeohyphomycosis, including Keratitis, Sinusitis, and Osteomyelitis. These infections most often occur in Immunocompromised persons, although infections also occur in normal hosts.

Allergen - May cause symptoms associated with hay fever, asthma and other respiratory problems.

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