What we know about a new species of fungus called Fungi Pernici that causes Lyme disease

In the past few years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been tracking cases of Lyme disease.

Lyme disease is a serious, debilitating and often debilitating disease that can leave people in a persistent state of infection.

Its symptoms are similar to those of Lyme, and are often accompanied by fever, fatigue, weakness, headache and other symptoms.

The disease can last up to three months and affect any part of the body, including the spinal cord, heart, lungs and kidneys.

Since 2010, the CDC has been working with the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) to identify new species or new organisms that can cause Lyme disease or other neurological conditions.

Scientists have found a new fungus, Pernicis perennis, that can be found in the soil and can be transmitted to humans through infected feces.

The new species is not harmful to humans, but it can cause mild symptoms in humans.

The new species has not been isolated from human feces and has not yet been identified in humans, according to a news release from the CDC.

However, the news release does note that Pernis pernici has been isolated in human blood samples, which could be used to determine if it can be used in human testing.

If Pernicus perenici can be isolated from people, it could provide clues as to what makes it so hard to transmit the disease.

Researchers are still working to identify the new species, but they are hopeful that it will be found and identified within the next few months.

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