27 Jun 2022

Aspergillus flavipes

A rapidly growing fungus that produces at first a whitish later a yellowish colony within ten days, when incubated at 25oC (77oF). It is very common worldwide especially in the subtropical and tropical regions. It can be isolated from soil, mangrove swamps, sewage, brackish water, salt marsh, and river water. It is not considered to be a human pathogen.