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- Dimorphic fungus: mycelial in nature (room temperature) and yeast in tissue (37°C).
- Yeast form is 8 x 30 micron with broad-based budding [Fig 1] differentiates (from histoplasma, narrow-based budding).
- Fungus especially found in moist, acid soils in forests.
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Last updated: August 27, 2015
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