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Penicillium Mold Picture s

 

Below are microscopic pictures of Penicillium mold species taken by Mold Microbiologist, Ma. Adee Light E. Hilado for mold microscopy identification.

Penicillium mold species microscopic morphology

Penicillium species viewed under 40X objective.

Take note of the brush - like penicilli formation of phialides.

Penicillium mold species microscopic morphology

Penicillium species viewed under 40X objective.

 

Below are enlarged pictures of Penicillium mold under a microscope taken during mold sample analysis by our mold expert Dr. Michelle Medalla.

 

 

 

 


For more in - depth information on the Penicillium mold species, please visit or click on: Penicillium.


 [Mold Species] [Absidia] [Acremonium] [Alternaria] [Aspergillus] [Aureobasidium] [Basidiobolus] [Beauveria] [Bipolaris] [Blastomyces] [Candida] [Chaetomium] [Chysosporium] [Cladophialophora] [Cladosporium] [Coccidioides] [Conidiobolus] [Cryptococcus] [Cunninghamella] [Curvularia] [Drechslera] [Emmonsia] [Engyodontium] [Epidermophyton] [Exophiala] [Exserohilum] [Fonsecaeae] [Fusarium] [Histoplasma] [Lecythophora Species] [Madurella] [Microsporum] [Mucor] [Paecilomyces] [Paracoccidioides] [Penicillium] [Phialophora] [Phoma] [Rhinocladiella] [Rhizomucor] [Rhizopus] [Scedosporium] [Scopulariopsis] [Scytalidium] [Sporothrix] [Stachybotrys] [Trichoderma] [Trichophyton] [Verticillium] [Wallemia] [Wangiella dermatitidis] [Yeast]
 

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