tpm at zoom.co.uk
Thu Jun 8 02:41:37 EST 2000
It sounds like something we see in the bakery industry (possibly Monilia
sp.) what we see is definitely fast growing, and once present, is difficult
to remove. The hyphae extend outside the plate and the spores go
(If anyone has any more info on this I would be most grateful)
<bongi at flash.net> wrote in message news:8h7ase$uc6$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...
> Any identification ideas on an orange chrysoniliid? The hyphae are white
> to lightly pigmented. The conidia are bright orange, fast growing,
> spores are produced on great quantity as a "dry powder". No agar
> discoloration, Grown on both SAB-Dex and TSA at room temp.
> Isolated from cotton gauze and related products.
> thanx in advance.
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> Before you buy.
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