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Description:This micrograph reveals spirals and macroconidia from the edge of an immature cleistothecium of the Arthroderma grubyi fungus.

Many Arthroderma spp. of fungi are coprophilous, or dung-inhabiting, and are commonly associated with vertebrate animals as skin parasites, living off discarded skin fragments, hair or feathers.

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Content Providers(s):CDC/Dr. Lucille K. George
Creation Date:1961
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