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Cladosporium spp.

Cladosporium spp., a common environmental mold. Fungal hyphae and spores. Magnification 500, scanning electron microscopy. This genus is the most common airborne mold. Certain species cause systemic fungal infections or cause refrigerated meats to spoil. Courtesy of Dennis Kunkel.

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