The mold Aspergillus cervinus is considered to be rare, as it has only been isolated from the tropical rainforest soils of Malaya, Puerto Rico, Wisconsin, New Zealand and India. The outstanding characteristics of this species are its fawn to pinkish cinnamon surface hue, thick-walled conidiophores, single series of sterigmata borne radiately on the vesicle, and a globose smooth conidia.
Similar to other aspergillus molds, Aspergillus cervinus is said to be allergenic. However, there has been no documented cases of toxic or invasive diseases relating to this mold. Although not toxic or pathogenic in nature, it is still necessary to avoid handling such a mold because there is still no evidence of the potential harm it might induce to human health.