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This scanning electron microscopic (SEM) image depicts the distal end of a Curvularia geniculata conidiophore, from which sprouted a number of reproductive conidiospores. Though normally found living in soil or decaying vegetation, Curvularia geniculata is pathogenic to humans, causing wound infections known as phaeohyphomycosis, which can involve a number of bodily structures including the skin, respiratory tract, and brain, to name a few.
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