A. Malassezia globosa.
B. Corynebacterium minutissimum.
D. Fonsacea pedrosae.
Erythrasma is superficial infection of the skin caused by coryneform bacteria, usually known as C. minutissimum.
It clinically manifest as lesions in the groins, axillae and the intergluteal and submammary flexure and responds well to most topically applied azole antifungal agents.