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It is important to understand that the term "toxic mould" is a recent creation of the news media - there is no such thing as "toxic mould" per se, and similarly, there is no significance imparted to "black moulds." A pink mould may become black, a white mould may become black or a green mould may appear black. The whole concept of "toxic black mould" is essentially a myth.Not only are these descriptors created by recent news media, but scientifically, there is not even a clear classification for "mould" since any fungus exhibiting filamentous (hairy) extensions may be called a "mould." Therefore, an organism may be a "mould" at certain points in its life cycle, and not a mould at others. Indeed, it is possible for a single organism to be a mould, a yeast, and just a fungus, at different times in its life depending on its morphological state.


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