Cladosporium herbarum

Summary Information
Taxonomic Classification Living Organisms / Mycetae - Fungi / Ascomycota / Cladosporium / Species:

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Notes More detailed information for fungi on general characteristics is available at genus level (Cladosporium)

Cladosporium herbarum - sooty mould, is frequently associated with Osier willows - Salix viminalis. Mould is reduced by severe winters and may become more of a problem following mild winters (B11.35.w3, V.w3).

Associated Waterfowl Diseases Wet Feather (Shaft-lice Infection, Sooty Mould Exposure) Waterfowl Disease Summary Feather structure damage leading to loss of waterproofing.
Waterfowl in which the DISEASE has been recorded (NOT necessarily this specific organism)

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