Gliocladium species are saprobes, and commonly strongly cellulolytic.
They have a world-wide distribution and are commonly isolated from a wide range of plant debris and soil. Also commonly isolated from mouldy fabrics.
Health Effects Associated With Gliocladium
Little is known about the medical significance of Gliocladium. However, some species are considered allergenic.
For more details, read our guide to common household molds
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