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Mycotoxins and Mycotoxigenic Fungi in Poultry Feed for Food-Producing Animals

Table 3

Fungal species present in poultry feed samples.

SpeciesNumber of isolates Fr (%)*RD (%)**

Eurotium amstelodami 1226.16.6
E. chevalieri 919.64.9
E. herbariorum 12.20.5
E. repens 1226.16.6
E. rubrum 715.23.9
Eurotium sp.24.31.1
Aspergillus candidus 48.72.2
A. flavus 36.51.7
A. fumigatus 12.20.5
A. niger 36.51.7
A. niveus 12.20.5
A. parasiticus 36.51.7
A. terreus 24.31.1
A. versicolor 12.10.5
Aspergillus sp.715.23.9
Cladosporium cladosporioides 2247.812.1
Penicillium brevicompactum 12.20.5
P. chrysogenum 613.03.3
P. citrinum 12.20.5
P. decumbens 12.20.5
P. funiculosum 36.51.7
P. implicatum 36.51.7
P. nalgiovense 613.03.3
P. oxalicum 24.31.1
P. pinophilum 24.31.1
P. variabile 12.20.5
Penicillium sp.613.03.3
Fusarium proliferatum 3269.517.7
Fusarium sp.510.92.8
Paecilomyces variotii 12.20.5
Scopulariopsis brevicaulis 12.20.5
S. fusca 12.20.5
Scopulariopsis sp.12.20.5
Mucor sp.1839.19.9

Isolation frequency.
**Isolation relative density.

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