Aspergillus lanosus

Sclerotial strains produce bright yellow, floccose mycelia. Sclerotial strains produce small numbers of large, fused sclerotial bodies in discrete pockets hidden within the mycelium.
Sclerotial ( A left) and non-sclerotial (B right) A. lanosus strains produce bright yellow, floccose mycelia. Sclerotial strains produce small numbers of large, fused sclerotial bodies in discrete pockets hidden within the mycelium.
(C) Conidiophores of all the California A. lanosus isolates examined were branched (arrow, left panel), consistent with the species description by Kamal and Bhargava.