27 Jun 2022

Botryotrichum piluliferum

A rapidly-growing fungus that produces a whitish to buff colony, within seven days when incubated at 25oC (77oF). It is found worldwide and is commonly isolated from soil, salt marshes, sand, rabbit and field mouse dung, deer and goat excrements, paper products, textiles, plants, and sewage. There have not been any reports of human infections.