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Common Sources of Mold and Fungus
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What are common sources of molds?

Alternaria: Atmospheric mold. Found in dead, dried or decayed vegetation

Cladosporium (Hormodendrum): Atmospheric mold; increases 1000X before rain. Found in decaying vegetation, leather, rubber, cloth, food and wood

Candida (Monilia): Aged or smoked foods; bakery goods, breads, pastries, yeast products, alcoholic beverages and vinegar

Aspergillus: Found in old damp, mustyhouses, in onions as blackmold, damp hay, leather goods, spoiled foods and decaying vegetation

Penicillium: Common bread mold, certain cheeses, blue mold rot in some fruits, leather and fabrics

Mucor: Found in old musty houses, furniture and furnishings; decaying fruit, barns and barnyards

Fusarium: Green plant parasite

Epicoccum: Decayed vegetation, plant leaves and uncooked fruits

Helminthosporium: Cereal grains, plants and grasses

Cephalosporium: Concrete and concrete dust

 

 

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