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A New Species of Cephalosporium in Madura Foot (Cephalosporium granulomatis)

A New Species of Cephalosporium in Madura Foot (Cephalosporium granulomatis)

Journal of Bacteriology 50(5): 491-495

Cephalosporium granulomatis n. sp., isolated from a case of Madura foot, a further account of which is in preparation for publication elsewhere, is characterized by hyaline, sparsely septate hyphae, erect, non-septate, simple conidiophores, 14 to 28 by 0.5 to 1.5 mu , and globose spore heads. 5 to 11 mu , composed of 6 to 24 ovoid, elliptical, or obovate conidia of varying shapes, 2.8 to 3.5 by 0.7 to 1.3 mu , germinating at one or both poles.

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