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sporothrix schenckii

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Tom Volk's Fungi, including mycology, molds, morels, fungus, IAQ, Indoor Air Quality and much more.
... eyelash cup fungus. Sphaerobolus stellatus, the cannonball fungus, in honor of "the rockets' red glare." Sporothrix schenckii, cause of rose-picker's disease. Spinellus fusiger, in honor of Albert Einstein's 125th ...
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Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month Pages
... ! Mar. 2003 Marasmius oreades, the fairy ring mushroom. It's my 75th FotM! Feb. 2003 Sporothrix schenckii, cause of Rose-picker's Disease, a Valentine's Day favorite Jan. 2003 Hericium americanum ...
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Sphagnum Moss vs Sphagnum Peat Moss
... coming in contact with the fungus, Sporothrix schenckii. Research has found no cases of sporotrichosis being transmitted in sphagnum peat moss. However, the fungus Sporothrix schenckii,does live in the top, ... when handling moss, and regularly test recently received and stored moss for the fungus Sporothrix schenckii. Home gardeners using sphagnum moss should wear gloves and long sleeves to prevent ...
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Sphagnum and Polytrichum mosses
... damage. In rare cases, some sphagnum can hold spores of a fungus, pathogenic to humans (Sporothrix schenckii). Do not handle untreated sphagnum if you have open cuts or skin breaks, or ... splinter. Strangely, live sphagnum moss was once used to dress wounds! For more information on Sporothrix and the disease Sporotrichosis visit: www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/diseaseinfo/sporotrichosis_g.htm. Polytrichum ...
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