outdoor allergens

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Thu Mar 16 09:17:42 EST 2000

I wonder how can we distinguish spores of Aspergillus
from those of Penicillium by samples of a spore trap?
(I supposed these spores should have been mounted on
tape or something, without conidiophores?)

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> Absolutely not uncommon. Those two bugs are everywhere. Just please
> don't ask me to speciate them. :)
> On 2 Mar 2000 00:05:16 -0000, "sflappan" <sflappan at email.msn.com>
> wrote:
> >Can someone tell me if it is unusual to see Aspergillus or Penicillium mold
> >spores in outdoor samples using a spore trap?
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