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Georgia allergens


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3. Alternaria
4. Aspergillus
5. Cladosporium
6. Fusarium
7. Penicillium
8. Curvularia
9. Stemphylium
10. Cephalosporium
11. Pullularia
12. Grass Smut

13. Mugwort

14. Ragweed
15. English Plantain
16. Lambs Quarter
17. Pigweed
18. Cocklebur
19. Dandelion
20. Dock/Sorrel
21. Goldenrod
22. Dog Fennel
23. Russian Thistle

24. Oak
25. Sweetgum
26. Black Walnut
27. Elm
28. Hickory/Pecan
29. Ash pic1, pic2
30. Privet
31. Black Willow
32. Box Elder/Maple
33. Cedar
34.  Mulberry
35. Bayberry/Wax Myrtle
36. Beech pic1, pic2
37. Birch
38. Pine
39. Cottonwood

40. Johnson
41. Timothy
42. Bluegrass/June
43. Bermuda
44. Rye
45. Fescue
46. Bahia
47. Orchard
48. Couch/Quack

49. Housefly

50. Flea
51. Black Ant
52. Mosquito
53. Deer Fly
54. Fire Ant
55. Cockroach
56. Dermatophagoides farinae
58. Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
60. Acarus Siro
62. Tyrophagus putrescentiae

63. Tobacco
64. Cotton
65. Sheep
66. Cat
67. Malassezia
68. Human Dander
69. Feathers
70. Pyrethrum
71. Nettle

Photos are just one example of the listed genus. There may be and often are many variations (species) of the listed allergen genus.
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