Myrothecium toxic mold has not been studied to determine if it is an allergen, toxigenic, or pathogenic.
It is often found on grasses, plants, soil, and decaying fruiting bodies of russula mushrooms with a gray-green coloration. It is disseminated as a wet spore by insects and water splash or as a dry spore through the wind. As a toxigenic agent, it produces trichothecenes (verrucarins and roridins).
- Allergen: coughing and sniffles
- Toxigenic: young, sick, and elderly
- Pathogenic: everyone
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