Cunninghamella bertholletiae toxic mold is known as an occasional opportunistic pathogen, mostly after trauma with thorns or splinters.
No information is available regarding other inhalation health effects, or toxicity.
Allergenicity has not been studied.<ul>
<li><em><strong>Allergen: coughing and sniffles</strong></em></li>
<li><em><strong>Toxigenic: young, sick, and elderly</strong></em></li>
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Cunninghamella species comprise a very small proportion of the fungal biota. This genus is most closely related to one spored mitosporangial zygomycetes such as Choanephora.
Cunninghamella species are mainly soil fungi of the Mediterranean and subtropical zones; they are only rarely isolated in other less temperate regions.
Additional information can be found at EMLab Fungal Library.
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