can it be identified by air sample?

​​where does it growinside?

can it be identified by direct sample?

what are some of its characteristics?

Rare cases reported of phaeohyphomycotic sinusitis.

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is it considered a black mold?

General Information

can it produce toxins?

Grows well on general cellulose surfaces but spores may take longer than normal to develop or may be completely absent. There are 6+ species of this mold that can be found everywhere.

Is it harmful to humans?


is it a potential allergen?

Health Concerns

Growth indoors is rare.

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

Where does it growoutside?

Distinctive yet rarely found.  May be found in conjunction with dust samples.

industrial use

Some people may experience hay fever or asthma.  Produces similar allergens that are associated with Alternaria.



Often found growing in soil, wood, decaying vegetation. Some species found on leaves are plant pathogens.

Although spore fragments may be confused with other types of mold such as:  Ulocladium, Alternaria or Pithomyces.