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C. baduri Ulfig, Guarro & Vidal-Leir. ined. C. botryoides Skou C. carmichaelii Oorschot C. europae Sigler, Guarro & Punsola C. filiforme Sigler, J.W. Carmich. & H.S. Whitney C. georgiae (Varsavsky & Ajello) Oorschot C. globiferum Skou C. hispanicum Skou C. holmii Skou C. inops J.W. Carmich. C. keratinophilum D. Frey ex J.W. Carmich. C. kreiselii Dominik C. littoralis Ulfig, Guarro & Vidal-Leir. ined. C. lobatum Scharapov C. longisporum Stchigel et al. C. lucknowense Garg C. medium Skou C. mephiticum Sigler C. merdarium (Ehrenb.) J.W. Carmich. C. minor Skou C. pannicola (Corda ) Oorschot & Stalpers C. pilosum Gené, Guarro & Ulfig C. pseudomerdarium Oorschot C. pyriformis Skou C. queenslandicum Apinis & R.G. Rees C. roseum Guarro, Ulfig & Vidal-Leir. ined. C. siglerae Cano & Guarro C. sulfureum (Fiedl.) Oorschot & Samson C. synchronum Oorschot C. tropicum J.W. Carmich. C. undulatum P. Vidal, Guarro & Ulfig C. vallenarense Oorschot & Piont. C. vespertilii Guarro, P. Vidal & De Vroey C. xerophilum Pitt C. zonatum Al-Musallam they often have a powdery or granular surface texture. Hyaline
Hyaline
, one-celled (ameroconidia ) are produced directly on vegetative hyphae by non-specialized conidiogenous cells. Conidia are typically pyriform to clavate with truncate bases (6 to 7 by 3.5 to 4 um) and are formed either intercalary (arthroconidia ), laterally (often on pedicels ), or terminally.

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of Chrysosporium