Cladophialophora

(klăd″ō-fī″ă-lŏf′ĕ-ră )

[NL.]
A genus of pigmented soil fungi that sometimes cause cutaneous, subcutaneous, or intracerebral infections in humans, often in those with immunosuppressive diseases and conditions. Species within the genus include C. bantiana, C. boppii, and C carrionii.

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