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Acremonium - a genus of slow growing, filamentous and cosmopolitan fungi within the phylum ascomycota. Members of this genus produce hyaline, septate hyphae, whereas vegetative hyphae form hyphal ropes. Phialides are unbranched, solitary and erect, and form directly on the hyphal tips, the hyphal ropes, or both. Some species within the acremonium genus are opportunistic pathogens and may cause mycetoma, onychomycosis, and hyalohyphomycosis in humans.

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