Synonym(s): Trichophton verrucosum.
Ringworm is an extremely common, infectious fungal condition. Caused by Trichophyton verrucosum. It is spread from animal to animal (and to humans), by direct contact, or via spores in the animal’s environment (indirect contact).
Typical ringworm lesions ©Tim Potter
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