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Note: This species is thermotolerant with a maximum growth temperature of 55C. Open All. Vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose to flask-shaped. Current Site. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. Contact Dr David Ellis Email.

The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head. Morphological Description: Colonies are fast growing, flat, suede-like, tawny-buff to pinkish-buff in colour and frequently have a fluffy white advancing edge. School of Biological Sciences. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis.

Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and coarsely roughened, often more noticeable near the vesicle. Numerous pyriform to clavate microconidia are also produced but these are not diagnostic. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. RG-1 organism. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. Current Site.

Microscopic mounts are best made using cellotape flag or slide culture preparations mounted in lactophenol cotton blue. Conidia brown and rough-walled. All University Sites. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Abundant thin-walled, elongate, ellipsoidal macroconidia are formed which closely resemble those of N. Occasional clavate microconidia are present, which distinguishes N. Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed.

Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Conidial heads are short, columnar and uniseriate. References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. The University of Adelaide. Also present in soil of pig-yards. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. School of Biological Sciences.

Vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. Conidia are globose Not known to invade hair in vivo , but produces hair perforations in vitro. The University of Adelaide. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Also present in soil of pig-yards. Most species sporulate within 7 days. Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface.

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Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. ITS sequencing is sufficient to identify to species complex level only. Conidia globose to subglobose Coordinates: Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled, hyaline or turning dark towards the vesicle. Conidial heads are biseriate with the phialides borne on brown, often septate metulae.

Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and coarsely roughened, often more noticeable near the vesicle. The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Metulae are as long as the phialides. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. A drop of alcohol is usually needed to remove bubbles and excess conidia. Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle.

Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. References: Raper and Fennell , Domsch et al. The terminal or distal ends of most macroconidia are slightly rounded, while the proximal ends point of attachment to hyphae are truncate. Nannizzia fulva Synonymy: Microsporum fulvum Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. The black aspergilli, Aspergillus section Nigri Gams et al. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age.

The geographical distribution is worldwide. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. Conidial heads are biseriate with the phialides borne on brown, often septate metulae. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Some species may produce Hülle cells or sclerotia. The terminal or distal ends of most macroconidia are slightly rounded, while the proximal ends point of attachment to hyphae are truncate. School of Biological Sciences. Clinical disease is similar to N.

Conidia brown and rough-walled. Some species may produce Hülle cells or sclerotia. Numerous pyriform to clavate microconidia are also produced but these are not diagnostic. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. Metulae are as long as the phialides. Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. RG-2 organism.

It is a causative agent of otitis, keratitis, acute and chronic invasive sinusitis, and pulmonary and systemic infections in immunocompromised patients. A dark red under surface is occasionally seen, otherwise it is colourless to yellow brown. RG-1 organism. Conidia are globose Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. The geographical distribution is worldwide. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Clinical disease is similar to N.

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RG-1 organism. Conidia are globose Mycology Online. Morphological Description: On Czapek Dox agar, colonies are typically plain green in colour with dark red-brown cleistothecia developing within and upon the conidial layer. The University of Adelaide. Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. RG-2 organism. Conidia are globose and rough-walled. Nannizzia nana is a geophilic and zoophilic fungus frequently causing chronic non-inflammatory lesions in pigs and a rare cause of tinea in humans. It is also a common laboratory contaminant.

Conidia globose to subglobose Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Morphological Description: Colonies are fast growing, flat, suede-like, tawny-buff to pinkish-buff in colour and frequently have a fluffy white advancing edge. Conidia are globose

Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Conidia are globose References: Raper and Fennell , Domsch et al. The terminal or distal ends of most macroconidia are slightly rounded, while the proximal ends point of attachment to hyphae are truncate. Current Site. School of Biological Sciences. Morphological Description: Colonies are generally flat, white to pinkish in colour, with a suede-like to granular texture and peripheral fringe. All University Sites.

Morphological Description: Colonies are generally flat, white to pinkish in colour, with a suede-like to granular texture and peripheral fringe. Note: This species is thermotolerant with a maximum growth temperature of 55C. Not known to invade hair in vivo , but produces hair perforations in vitro. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. Conidia globose to subglobose The University of Adelaide. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Conidia brown and rough-walled. Morphological Description: On Czapek Dox agar, colonies are typically plain green in colour with dark red-brown cleistothecia developing within and upon the conidial layer.

All University Sites. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis. Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Mycology Online. RG-1 organism. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. Conidia are globose to subglobose 3. ITS sequencing is sufficient to identify to species complex level only. Morphological Description: Colonies are generally flat, white to pinkish in colour, with a suede-like to granular texture and peripheral fringe.

Conidia are one-celled, smooth or rough-walled, hyaline or pigmented, are produced in long dry chains which may be divergent radiate or aggregated in compact columns columnar. Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. School of Biological Sciences. Nannizzia fulva Synonymy: Microsporum fulvum Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Morphological Description: On Czapek Dox agar, colonies are typically plain green in colour with dark red-brown cleistothecia developing within and upon the conidial layer. Numerous clavate-shaped microconidia are also present, but these are not diagnostic.

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Microconidia are abundant, spherical to pyriform. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. Open All. Morphological Description: Colonies are generally flat, white to pinkish in colour, with a suede-like to granular texture and peripheral fringe. RG-2 organism. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. ITS sequencing is sufficient to identify to species complex level only. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red.

Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. The University of Adelaide. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and smooth-walled. References: Raper and Fennell , Domsch et al. Cleistothecia are soft-walled, surrounded by Hülle cells, and ascospores are red to purple in colour. Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. All University Sites. Conidia globose to subglobose Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface.

Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. Good growth at 37C. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. Conidia are produced in basipetal succession forming long chains and are globose to subglobose 2.

Note: This species is thermotolerant with a maximum growth temperature of 55C. Some species may produce Hülle cells or sclerotia. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis. Conidia are one-celled, smooth or rough-walled, hyaline or pigmented, are produced in long dry chains which may be divergent radiate or aggregated in compact columns columnar. Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle. The University of Adelaide. All University Sites. A rare cause of tinea corporis in humans.

Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. The geographical distribution is worldwide. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. RG-1 organism. School of Biological Sciences. Nannizzia fulva Synonymy: Microsporum fulvum Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. All University Sites. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled.

Numerous pyriform to clavate microconidia are also produced but these are not diagnostic. School of Biological Sciences. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Mycology Online. Nannizzia fulva Synonymy: Microsporum fulvum Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. ITS sequencing is not recommended. Microconidia are abundant, spherical to pyriform. Most species sporulate within 7 days.

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The University of Adelaide. Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. RG-1 organism. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled. Conidia are produced in basipetal succession forming long chains and are globose to subglobose 2. Reverse may be olive to drab-grey or purple-brown. Contact Dr David Ellis Email.

It is a causative agent of otitis, keratitis, acute and chronic invasive sinusitis, and pulmonary and systemic infections in immunocompromised patients. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. School of Biological Sciences. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and smooth-walled. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. Conidia are globose and rough-walled. All University Sites. The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head.

The University of Adelaide. Cultures produce numerous small ovoid to pyriform macroconidia with one to three mostly two cells, with relatively thin, finely echinulate rough walls, and broad truncate bases. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. The geographical distribution is worldwide. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Nannizzia nana is a geophilic and zoophilic fungus frequently causing chronic non-inflammatory lesions in pigs and a rare cause of tinea in humans. Numerous clavate-shaped microconidia are also present, but these are not diagnostic. Not known to invade hair in vivo , but produces hair perforations in vitro. Contact Dr David Ellis Email.

Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled, hyaline or turning dark towards the vesicle. Microconidia are abundant, spherical to pyriform. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Abundant thin-walled, elongate, ellipsoidal macroconidia are formed which closely resemble those of N. Coordinates: Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. It is a causative agent of otitis, keratitis, acute and chronic invasive sinusitis, and pulmonary and systemic infections in immunocompromised patients. Morphological Description: Colonies are fast growing, flat, suede-like, tawny-buff to pinkish-buff in colour and frequently have a fluffy white advancing edge.

Also present in soil of pig-yards. The terminal or distal ends of most macroconidia are slightly rounded, while the proximal ends point of attachment to hyphae are truncate. Morphological Description: Colonies are flat, cream to buff in colour with a suede-like to powdery surface texture. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Occasional clavate microconidia are present, which distinguishes N. Conidia are globose Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose to flask-shaped.

The geographical distribution is worldwide. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. Vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Reverse may be olive to drab-grey or purple-brown. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. The University of Adelaide. RG-1 organism. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. Conidia globose to subglobose

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References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. Current Site. Clinical disease is similar to N. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. RG-2 organism. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. RG-2 organism. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed.

Occasional clavate microconidia are present, which distinguishes N. Some species may produce Hülle cells or sclerotia. All University Sites. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. Clinical disease is similar to N. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. Note: This species is thermotolerant with a maximum growth temperature of 55C. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled.

Good growth at 37C. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Conidia are one-celled, smooth or rough-walled, hyaline or pigmented, are produced in long dry chains which may be divergent radiate or aggregated in compact columns columnar. Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle. Coordinates: Conidia are globose and rough-walled.

Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. References: Raper and Fennell , Domsch et al. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. Not known to invade hair in vivo , but produces hair perforations in vitro. School of Biological Sciences. Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. Conidiophores terminate in a vesicle covered with either a single palisade-like layer of phialides uniseriate or a layer of subtending cells metulae which bear small whorls of phialides the biseriate structure. Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle.

Some species may produce Hülle cells or sclerotia. RG-1 organism. Conidia globose to broadly ellipsoidal It is a causative agent of otitis, keratitis, acute and chronic invasive sinusitis, and pulmonary and systemic infections in immunocompromised patients. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. All University Sites. Microconidia are abundant, spherical to pyriform. The University of Adelaide.

Open All. Coordinates: Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle. The University of Adelaide. RG-2 organism. The black aspergilli, Aspergillus section Nigri Gams et al. Conidia brown and rough-walled. Conidial heads are short, columnar and uniseriate.

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Morphological Description: Colonies are flat, cream to buff in colour with a suede-like to powdery surface texture. Conidia are globose Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. Good growth at 37C. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. Conidiophores terminate in a vesicle covered with either a single palisade-like layer of phialides uniseriate or a layer of subtending cells metulae which bear small whorls of phialides the biseriate structure.

Numerous pyriform to clavate microconidia are also produced but these are not diagnostic. Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. The geographical distribution is worldwide. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. Microscopic mounts are best made using cellotape flag or slide culture preparations mounted in lactophenol cotton blue. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis. Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface.

Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Mycology Online. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Conidia are globose to subglobose 3. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. Mycology Online. Morphological Description: On Czapek Dox agar, colonies are typically plain green in colour with dark red-brown cleistothecia developing within and upon the conidial layer. Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals.

It is also a common laboratory contaminant. Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. RG-1 organism. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. Current Site. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Clinical disease is similar to N. Cleistothecia are soft-walled, surrounded by Hülle cells, and ascospores are red to purple in colour. RG-2 organism.

Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface. Also present in soil of pig-yards. Coordinates: Morphological Description: Colonies are flat, cream to buff in colour with a suede-like to powdery surface texture. Coordinates: Contact Dr David Ellis Email. RG-1 organism. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border.

A dark red under surface is occasionally seen, otherwise it is colourless to yellow brown. Good growth at 37C. Many macroconidia are borne on conidiophores stalks which do not stain readily. Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. Microscopic mounts are best made using cellotape flag or slide culture preparations mounted in lactophenol cotton blue. Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. ITS sequencing is not recommended. Numerous spiral hyphae, which are often branched are seen.

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Also present in soil of pig-yards. Cleistothecia are soft-walled, surrounded by Hülle cells, and ascospores are red to purple in colour. Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface. Open All. Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. All University Sites. Clinical disease is similar to N. Cultures produce numerous small ovoid to pyriform macroconidia with one to three mostly two cells, with relatively thin, finely echinulate rough walls, and broad truncate bases. Conidia brown and rough-walled.

Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. School of Biological Sciences. Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Conidial heads are short, columnar and uniseriate. Numerous clavate-shaped microconidia are also present, but these are not diagnostic. Conidial heads are biseriate with the phialides borne on brown, often septate metulae. Mycology Online.

Current Site. Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. The black aspergilli, Aspergillus section Nigri Gams et al. The University of Adelaide. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle. Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface. RG-2 organism. A dark red under surface is occasionally seen, otherwise it is colourless to yellow brown.

Morphological Description: Colonies are generally flat, white to pinkish in colour, with a suede-like to granular texture and peripheral fringe. Not known to invade hair in vivo , but produces hair perforations in vitro. Conidia globose to subglobose Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. Conidia are globose and rough-walled. The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head. Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age. Cultures produce numerous small ovoid to pyriform macroconidia with one to three mostly two cells, with relatively thin, finely echinulate rough walls, and broad truncate bases. Nannizzia fulva Synonymy: Microsporum fulvum Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. Coordinates:

Infections in man are usually contracted directly from pigs or fomites. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. Conidiophores terminate in a vesicle covered with either a single palisade-like layer of phialides uniseriate or a layer of subtending cells metulae which bear small whorls of phialides the biseriate structure. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Morphological Description: Colonies are fast growing, flat, suede-like, tawny-buff to pinkish-buff in colour and frequently have a fluffy white advancing edge.

Conidial heads are short, columnar and uniseriate. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled, sometimes sinuous and are often constricted at the neck. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis. Conidia globose to subglobose Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface. RG-2 organism. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. Numerous clavate-shaped microconidia are also present, but these are not diagnostic. Clinical disease is similar to N.

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Conidia brown and rough-walled. Conidia are globose and rough-walled. Current Site. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Morphological Description: Colonies are generally flat, white to pinkish in colour, with a suede-like to granular texture and peripheral fringe. The terminal or distal ends of most macroconidia are slightly rounded, while the proximal ends point of attachment to hyphae are truncate. Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age. Good growth at 37C. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. RG-2 organism.

Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age. Vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. The geographical distribution is worldwide. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. School of Biological Sciences. A rare cause of tinea corporis in humans. Clinical disease is similar to N.

Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. Conidia are one-celled, smooth or rough-walled, hyaline or pigmented, are produced in long dry chains which may be divergent radiate or aggregated in compact columns columnar. RG-2 organism. Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. Abundant thin-walled, elongate, ellipsoidal macroconidia are formed which closely resemble those of N. Clinical disease is similar to N. Conidia are produced in basipetal succession forming long chains and are globose to subglobose 2. Contact Dr David Ellis Email.

School of Biological Sciences. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. Cultures produce numerous small ovoid to pyriform macroconidia with one to three mostly two cells, with relatively thin, finely echinulate rough walls, and broad truncate bases. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and smooth-walled. Open All. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled, hyaline or turning dark towards the vesicle.

Conidia are globose Cultures produce numerous small ovoid to pyriform macroconidia with one to three mostly two cells, with relatively thin, finely echinulate rough walls, and broad truncate bases. School of Biological Sciences. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Current Site. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Conidia brown and rough-walled. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled. A drop of alcohol is usually needed to remove bubbles and excess conidia.

Also present in soil of pig-yards. Infections in man are usually contracted directly from pigs or fomites. Conidial heads are short, columnar and uniseriate. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. References: Raper and Fennell , Domsch et al. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Morphological Description: Colonies are fast growing, flat, suede-like, tawny-buff to pinkish-buff in colour and frequently have a fluffy white advancing edge. Conidia are produced in basipetal succession forming long chains and are globose to subglobose 2. Microscopic mounts are best made using cellotape flag or slide culture preparations mounted in lactophenol cotton blue.

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Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. A drop of alcohol is usually needed to remove bubbles and excess conidia. Macroconidia are 2- or multicelled, hyaline, cylindrical, or clavate to cigar-shaped and smooth-walled. The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. Morphological Description: On Czapek Dox agar, colonies are typically plain green in colour with dark red-brown cleistothecia developing within and upon the conidial layer. Conidiophores terminate in a vesicle covered with either a single palisade-like layer of phialides uniseriate or a layer of subtending cells metulae which bear small whorls of phialides the biseriate structure. All University Sites. Not known to invade hair in vivo , but produces hair perforations in vitro.

Metulae are as long as the phialides. Open All. Morphological Description: Colonies are usually flat, spreading, suede-like to granular, with a deep cream to tawny-buff to pale cinnamon-coloured surface. Conidia globose to subglobose RG-2 organism. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Numerous clavate-shaped microconidia are also present, but these are not diagnostic. Microconidia are abundant, spherical to pyriform. Most species sporulate within 7 days. Morphological Description: On Czapek Dox agar, colonies are typically plain green in colour with dark red-brown cleistothecia developing within and upon the conidial layer.

Conidia are globose and rough-walled. Abundant thin-walled, elongate, ellipsoidal macroconidia are formed which closely resemble those of N. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. The University of Adelaide. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled. RG-1 organism.

Also present in soil of pig-yards. Conidia globose to broadly ellipsoidal Conidial heads are biseriate with the phialides borne on brown, often septate metulae. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled, sometimes sinuous and are often constricted at the neck. Reverse may be olive to drab-grey or purple-brown. Open All. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Conidial heads are short, columnar and uniseriate. Current Site.

A drop of alcohol is usually needed to remove bubbles and excess conidia. Many macroconidia are borne on conidiophores stalks which do not stain readily. Microconidia are abundant, spherical to pyriform. Numerous spiral hyphae, which are often branched are seen. Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. The University of Adelaide. RG-1 organism. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats.

Conidia are produced in basipetal succession forming long chains and are globose to subglobose 2. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Conidial heads are biseriate with the phialides borne on brown, often septate metulae. RG-2 organism. Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis. Conidia are globose and rough-walled. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. School of Biological Sciences.

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Current Site. Conidia brown and rough-walled. Cleistothecia are soft-walled, surrounded by Hülle cells, and ascospores are red to purple in colour. Nannizzia gypsea is a geophilic fungus with a worldwide distribution which may cause infections in animals and humans, particularly children and rural workers during warm humid weather. Conidia are produced in basipetal succession forming long chains and are globose to subglobose 2. Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle. Conidia are globose Infections in man are usually contracted directly from pigs or fomites.

Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. Reverse may be olive to drab-grey or purple-brown. The University of Adelaide. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. A drop of alcohol is usually needed to remove bubbles and excess conidia. Conidia are globose Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled, hyaline or turning dark towards the vesicle. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled.

Cleistothecia are soft-walled, surrounded by Hülle cells, and ascospores are red to purple in colour. ITS sequencing is sufficient to identify to species complex level only. Conidia are globose to subglobose 3. Numerous clavate-shaped microconidia are also present, but these are not diagnostic. Cultures produce numerous small ovoid to pyriform macroconidia with one to three mostly two cells, with relatively thin, finely echinulate rough walls, and broad truncate bases. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. Most species sporulate within 7 days. Occasional clavate microconidia are present, which distinguishes N. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose to flask-shaped. Nannizzia Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed.

Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. RG-2 organism. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. Conidia are one-celled, smooth or rough-walled, hyaline or pigmented, are produced in long dry chains which may be divergent radiate or aggregated in compact columns columnar. ITS sequencing is not recommended. The University of Adelaide. Conidiophores terminate in a vesicle covered with either a single palisade-like layer of phialides uniseriate or a layer of subtending cells metulae which bear small whorls of phialides the biseriate structure.

Metulae are as long as the phialides. Conidia globose to subglobose Conidiophore stipes are short, smooth-walled and have conical-shaped terminal vesicles which support a single row of phialides on the upper two thirds of the vesicle. Conidia globose to broadly ellipsoidal Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Current Site. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and coarsely roughened, often more noticeable near the vesicle. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled.

RG-1 organism. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose to flask-shaped. Conidia globose to subglobose Some strains produce brownish sclerotia. Also present in soil of pig-yards. Nannizzia fulva Synonymy: Microsporum fulvum Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals. Infections in man are usually contracted directly from pigs or fomites. The black aspergilli, Aspergillus section Nigri Gams et al.

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Numerous pyriform to clavate microconidia are also produced but these are not diagnostic. References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. Morphological Description: Colonies are fast growing, flat, suede-like, tawny-buff to pinkish-buff in colour and frequently have a fluffy white advancing edge. Conidia globose to subglobose Clinical disease is similar to N. RG-1 organism. Conidia brown and rough-walled. Cleistothecia are soft-walled, surrounded by Hülle cells, and ascospores are red to purple in colour. Conidiophores terminate in a vesicle covered with either a single palisade-like layer of phialides uniseriate or a layer of subtending cells metulae which bear small whorls of phialides the biseriate structure.

Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. The black aspergilli, Aspergillus section Nigri Gams et al. School of Biological Sciences. Open All. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. The University of Adelaide. References: Raper and Fennell , Domsch et al.

RG-2 organism. Some species may produce Hülle cells or sclerotia. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. Cleistothecia are soft-walled, surrounded by Hülle cells, and ascospores are red to purple in colour. Current Site. Abundant thin-walled, elongate, ellipsoidal macroconidia are formed which closely resemble those of N. The University of Adelaide. School of Biological Sciences. Vesicles are usually subglobose in shape. Conidia globose to broadly ellipsoidal

The terminal or distal ends of most macroconidia are slightly rounded, while the proximal ends point of attachment to hyphae are truncate. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose to flask-shaped. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats. Conidial heads are biseriate with the phialides borne on brown, often septate metulae. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and coarsely roughened, often more noticeable near the vesicle. Conidia are one-celled, smooth or rough-walled, hyaline or pigmented, are produced in long dry chains which may be divergent radiate or aggregated in compact columns columnar. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. It is a causative agent of otitis, keratitis, acute and chronic invasive sinusitis, and pulmonary and systemic infections in immunocompromised patients. Many macroconidia are borne on conidiophores stalks which do not stain readily. Morphological Description: Colonies are generally flat, white to pinkish in colour, with a suede-like to granular texture and peripheral fringe.

Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled and vesicles are usually subglobose to flask-shaped. Reverse may be olive to drab-grey or purple-brown. Stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. The vesicle, phialides, metulae if present and conidia form the conidial head. Mycology Online. A dark red under surface is occasionally seen, otherwise it is colourless to yellow brown. The University of Adelaide. Nannizzia fulva is a geophilic fungus of worldwide distribution which may cause occasional infections in humans and animals.

Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and smooth-walled. The University of Adelaide. Many cultures develop a central white downy umbo dome or a fluffy white tuft of mycelium and some also have a narrow white peripheral border. Conidia are globose to ellipsoidal 1. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. Usually produces a single inflammatory skin or scalp lesion. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Conidiophore stipes are smooth-walled, hyaline or turning dark towards the vesicle. The University of Adelaide.

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Morphological Description: On Czapek Dox agar, colonies are typically plain green in colour with dark red-brown cleistothecia developing within and upon the conidial layer. Contact Dr David Ellis Email. Mycology Online. The terminal or distal ends of most macroconidia are slightly rounded, while the proximal ends point of attachment to hyphae are truncate. Based on a recent multilocus phylogenetic study the taxonomy of the dermatophytes has been reviewed. This species is very commonly found in aspergillomas and is the most frequently encountered agent of otomycosis. Open All. The University of Adelaide. Numerous clavate-shaped microconidia are also present, but these are not diagnostic.

References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. Mycology Online. All University Sites. Reverse may be olive to drab-grey or purple-brown. Conidia are globose Open All. Stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. References: Raper and Fennell , Domsch et al. RG-1 organism. RG-2 organism.

Most species sporulate within 7 days. Coordinates: A dark red under surface is occasionally seen, otherwise it is colourless to yellow brown. Reverse pigmentation is orange to red. Conidia globose to broadly ellipsoidal Mycology Online. Occasional clavate microconidia are present, which distinguishes N. Good growth at 37C.

A drop of alcohol is usually needed to remove bubbles and excess conidia. Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. It is also a common laboratory contaminant. Conidia brown and rough-walled. Metulae are as long as the phialides. Nannizzia nana is a geophilic and zoophilic fungus frequently causing chronic non-inflammatory lesions in pigs and a rare cause of tinea in humans. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. A yellow-brown pigment, often with a central darker brown spot, is usually produced on the reverse, however a reddish-brown reverse pigment may be present in some strains. Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age. Some strains produce brownish sclerotia.

Young colonies have a brownish-orange pigment which deepens into a dark reddish-brown with age. Microconidia are hyaline, 1-celled, ovoidal, pyriform to clavate and smooth-walled. A rare cause of tinea corporis in humans. Cultures produce abundant, symmetrical, ellipsoidal, thin-walled, verrucose, four to six-celled macroconidia. Descriptions are primarily based on colony pigmentation and morphology of the conidial head. Numerous pyriform to clavate microconidia are also produced but these are not diagnostic. Colonies are mostly cottony to powdery, whitish to brown, with a cream-coloured, brown or red. Synonymy: Microsporum persicolor Nannizzia persicolor is a zoophilic fungus often occurring as a saprophyte on voles and bats.

Cultures produce numerous small ovoid to pyriform macroconidia with one to three mostly two cells, with relatively thin, finely echinulate rough walls, and broad truncate bases. References: Rebell and Taplin , Rippon , Gräser et al. RG-2 organism. Conidiophore stipes are usually short, brownish and smooth-walled. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and coarsely roughened, often more noticeable near the vesicle. Disease in all host species is often refractory to aggressive antifungal therapeutic regimens. Conidia are globose and rough-walled. Clinical disease is similar to N. RG-2 organism. Conidia are globose

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Occasional clavate microconidia are present, which distinguishes N. Microscopic mounts are best made using cellotape flag or slide culture preparations mounted in lactophenol cotton blue. School of Biological Sciences. Conidiophore stipes are hyaline and coarsely roughened, often more noticeable near the vesicle.

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