Periconia toxic mold hasn’t been studied to see if it produces allergic, pathogenic or toxigenic responses in genetically sensitive individuals.
You will find Periconia toxic mold in soil, blackened and dead plant stems, the spots on dead leaves, grasses, rushes, and sedges. This spore is spread by dry wind.
Periconia toxic mold is seldom found growing indoors. As a rare pathogen, it has been known to cause a case of mycotic keratitis.
- Allergen: coughing and sniffles
- Toxigenic: young, sick, and elderly
- Pathogenic: everyone
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