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Beauveria Scientific Information

The conidiophores are single, irregularly grouped, or in verticillate clusters. The conidiogenous cells are typically flask-shaped that are inflated at the base and narrow zigzag appearance at the apex. Conidia (spores) are hyaline, round to ovoid, and one-celled.

Beauveria Growth Characteristics

Beauveria has a slow to moderate growth rate. The texture of the colonies is cottony or powdery. The initial color of the colonies is white, but later they become a pale yellow to pink.

Where is Beauveria found?

The genus of Beauveria is a cosmopolitan fungus isolated from soil, plant debris, and insects. Beauveria can also be isolated from food products.

Beauveria Health Effects

Beauveria is a very common insect pathogen but a very rare human pathogen. It has been reported to be associated with keratitis and a case of pneumonia in an immunocompromised patient.

Is Beauveria a "black mold"


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