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Which of the above has naturally ink blue hyphae? Are there any that make both Ochratoxin A and fumononis toxin and have hyphae that color?

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  • $\begingroup$ I have chased down all research articles thatI can find. I know know there are about 10 Aspergillus Niger subspecies, some used in industry that have this ability. I can’t find references to their specific names and no descriptions or images. Thus, I don’t know what they are named or what they look like. There also may be a remote chance that there are dermatophytes that do the same. I was hoping someone familiar with the specialized nature of these organisms might remember some obscure facts they might have stumbled on or someone who is researching these for possible industry use might know. $\endgroup$ – Upish Apr 6 at 3:02

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