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stemonitis 6.. by Sea Moon

A common but spectacular slime mold species that we have here in the eastern US. It forms these fruiting bodies on damp logs, and they look like tightly packed colonies of little chocolate sparklers.

Orange Pinwheel Mushroom - Marasmius siccus

Orange Pinwheel Mushroom - Marasmius siccus: a must have on a rainy day

Arcyria insignis  (slime mold) also "stemonitis."  Tuberfera

(Slime Molds) Arcyria insignis (domain Eukarya, kingdom Protista, phylum Myxomycota and Acrasiomycota)

Slime Mold Transformation!!! Slime Mold going from Plasmodium to Sporulation

Slime Mold going from Plasmodium to Sporulation. Slime mold is not a plant or animal. It's not a fungus, though it sometimes resembles one. Slime mold, in fact, is a soil-dwelling amoeba-like cell.

Enteridium lycoperdon, (Bull.) M.L. Farr, 1976 (Reticularia lycoperdon) - Slime mold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Farr, 1976 (Reticularia lycoperdon) - Slime mold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image by Sheryl A. Rakowski, senior research specialist in the Bacteriology Department. Slime mold

Intriguing Science Art From the University of Wisconsin

wasp nest slime mould

Myxomycetes (Trichiaceae family) / July, Habersham Co. Wasp Nest Slime Mold (Metatrichia vesparium) Rural Habersham Co.

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