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Explanation: It took a lot of searching to find this!
It features under medical Mycology in this webpage as a shin, nail and hair illness. This was really the best I could come up with! But it, a fungal infection, applies to humans? And the bit marked //// is Latin.
//Malassezia furfur// is not usually cultured since it is lipophilic. It can be cultured by adding olive oil to the isolation medium. The yeast will grow in 3-7 days at 30C. The yeast has also been isolated from blood cultures of neonates undergoing parenteral nutrition and from persons with IV catheters.