Fungal decay

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The great majority of moulds found in buildings belong to the class Hyphomycetes (Deuteromycotina). They live mainly on starches and free sugars stored in the parenchyma or surface deposits of detritus on masonry, brickwork, concrete, rendering, tiles and paving and on surfaces of damp wood, plaster, wallpaper or paint. Moulds commonly occur...

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