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Many-Headed Slime Mold (Physarum Polycephalum) ~ By Bill Tanneberger

Many-Headed Slime Mold (Physarum Polycephalum) ~ By Bill Tanneberger This mold can be placed in a maze where it will search for food.it retracts its'self and tries another direction.

Metatrichia vesparium - Wasp Nest Slime Mold,

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

Fuligo septica

Slime Mold species - Stephen Axford

These are in the kingdom of protists, which includes the slime moulds.

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Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor) - Thomas Zelger edibility: edible, but unpalatable PSK has shown to be beneficial as an adjuvant in the treatment of gastric, esophageal, colorectal, breast and lung cancers.

"Blueberry" slime mold

I think this must be some kind of Slime Mold. Found in the Bragg Creek Natural Area, west of the city, two days ago. It was the colour that caught my eye. They looked very much like very tiny Blueberries on this rotting log : )

Red Raspberry Slime Mold

Found amongst the lady slippers and poison ivy in Adriane’s woods. Found amongst the lady slippers and poison ivy in Adriane’s woods

The Living Forest (223) : Trumpet Lichen by Mark Billiau. by Hercio Dias

The Living Forest : Trumpet Lichen Photo & image by Mark Billiau. ᐅ View and rate this photo free at fotocommunity.

An African bolete with a dark yellowish brown echinulate cap and stipe. The pagoda-shaped cap is typical and brings you straight to Strobilo...

An African bolete with a dark yellowish brown echinulate cap and stipe. The pagoda-shaped cap is typical and brings you straight to Strobilo.

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