General Information

Where does it growoutside?

The antibiotics flavipin, epicorazine A&B and indole-3-acetonitrile are produced from this type of mold.

can it be identified by air sample?

is it a potential allergen?

Yes, but may be misidentified as Ulocladium, Stemphylium or Alternaria.


Is it harmful to humans?

can it produce toxins?

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Has not been linked to any human or animal infection.

The term black mold (also “toxic black mold”) is not scientific but is widely used by the media to usually reference Stachybotrys molds.

Grows well on cellulose surfaces.

Some people may experience hay fever and or asthma.

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Often found growing in soil, plant litter, decaying plants and or damaged plant tissue.

​​where does it growinside?

Often found growing on a variety of building materials including but not limited to paper, textiles, and insects.Common on many different substrates.


is it considered a black mold?

what are some of its characteristics?