Beauveria bassiana is a fungus commonly found in soil. It is known for its ability to parasitize and kill various insects. It is considered a natural and effective biocontrol agent for pest management in agriculture and forestry.
Beauveria bassiana is a naturally occurring fungus that belongs to the family Cordycipitaceae. It is commonly found in soil and has been isolated from a variety of insects, including beetles, moths, flies, and mites. Beauveria bassiana is known to be an effective biological control agent for many insect pests and is used as a biopesticide in agriculture, forestry, and public health.