ⓘ Emmonsia

                                     

ⓘ Emmonsia

Emmonsia is a genus of soil fungus that can cause adiaspiromycosis, a pulmonary disease common in wild animals as well as disseminated disease.

                                     
  • Emmonsia parva formerly Chrysosporium parvum is a filamentous, saprotrophic fungus and one of three species within the genus Emmonsia The fungus is
  • E. polymorpha may refer to: Elkinsia polymorpha, a seed fern Emmonsia polymorpha, a tabulate coral Eudistylia polymorpha, a polychaete worm
  • priscus Emmonsia Emmonsia amplissima Emmonsia arbuscula Emmonsia bacula Emmonsia convexa Emmonsia emmonsi Emmonsia epidermata Emmonsia epidermi
  • donetzianus Diplograptus Dizygocrinus Dizygocrinus whitei Edmondia Emmonsia Endoceras Eocaudina Eospirifer Equisetum Equisetum arvense Eretmocrinus
  • Emmonsia Emmonsia amplissima Emmonsia bacula Emmonsia convexa Emmonsia cymosa Emmonsia emmonsi Emmonsia epidermata Emmonsia eximia Emmonsia radiciformis
  • Tabulate corals include Syringopora tabulata, Favosites hemispherica minuta, Emmonsia polymorpha, Thamnoptychia alternans, Pleurodictyum sp., and Coenites dublinensis
  • Blastomyces dermatitidis, Histoplasma capsulatum, Sporothrix schenckii, and Emmonsia sp. Some diseases caused by the fungi are: sporotrichosis blastomycosis
  • Heliophyllum halli, Hexagonaria prisma, Favosites turoinatus, F. limitaris, Emmonsia emmonsi, E. epidermatus, Synaptophyllum simcoense, Homalophyllum exiguum
  • Edmondia Edon Eldredgeops Eldredgeops rana Elita Elpe Elrodoceras Emmonsia Endoceras Erettopterus Erpetosaurus Eucalyptocrinites Euomphalus Euomphalus
  • report Eldredgeops Eldredgeops rana Ellesmeroceras Elliptocephala Emmonsia Encrinurus Endoceras Eoagnostus Eoarthropleura type locality for
  • Peterson, SW Sigler, L 1998 Molecular genetic variation in Emmonsia crescens and Emmonsia parva, etiologic agents of adiaspiromycosis, and their phylogenetic
  • Edestus heinrichi Edmondia Eldredgeops Eldredgeops rana Elytron Emmonsia Encrinurus Eocaudina Eodictyonella Eospirifer Eospirifer eudora Eospirifer