Acremonium murorum (Gliomastix murorum)
A moderately rapid growing fungus that produces an olivaceous to black colony with a brown reverse in ten days, when incubated at 25oC (77oF). It is a common fungus with worldwide distribution on a wide range of substrates. It has been isolated from soil, sand dunes, sand boxes, organic detritus, salt marshes, salt and fresh water, river and marine sediments, sewage, plants, and bird feathers. and fresh water. It is not a human or animal pathogen.