Grows in soil, sewage, vegetation, plant debris,
textiles, food stuffs, and substrates. Potential
allergen may cause hay fever, asthma, and can
affect the respiratory system, and can produce
Grows in soil, plant debris, compost piles, stored
grains, substrate building materials. Potential
allergen can cause hay fever, asthma, humidifier
lung, compost lung, allergic fungal sinusitis.
Can affect respiratory system, skin, ears, and
Grows in soil stored and transported fruit and
vegetables. Plant Pathogen Saprophyte on flowers,
leaves, and fruit stems. Potential allergen Can
lead to rare cases of Keratomycosis, and can produce
Grows in soil, plant litter and decaying plants.
Grows on textiles, wood, moist window sills, tile
grout, sheet rock, airconditioning coils, and
drain pans. Potential allergen causing hay fever,
asthma hot tub lung, mold wall hypersensitivity.
Can produce toxins.
Grows in soil, decaying plant materials, compost
piles, and fruit rot. Grows well on water damaged
building materials, such as OSB, plywood, wallpaper,
and glue. Potential allergen causes hay fever,
asthma, Hypersensitivity pneumonitis. Can produce
Grows well on cellulose surfaces, soil, decaying
leaves, and grasses. Potential allergen but not
well studied. Can produce toxins.
Known as black mold. Grows on soil, decaying plant
material, substrate building materials, decomposing
cellulose, leaf litter and seeds. Grows on wet
cellulose surfaces, such as wall board. Can be
found growing on jute, wicker, and straw baskets,
Potential allergen, but not well studied. Can