O. griseum is a widespread fungus. It has been isolated from wood pulp and soil.
Health Effects Associated With Oidiodendron griseum
Little is known about the medical significance of Oidiodendron griseum.
O. tenuissimum is commonly isolated from wood and wood pulp, soil, bark and cork.
Health Effects Associated With Oidiodendron tenuissimum
Oidiodendron tenuissimum produces toxic metabolic products under some conditions.
Refer to our previous article about common types of mold for more information.
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