Slime mould, Stemonitis family. by Esther's Art and Photography...a dear friend of mine who knows her Tasmanian fungi!

Slime mold or slime mould is a broad term describing some organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer considered part of this kingdom

Slime mold. This really looks like some pins-on-felt jewelry on display recently at the American Craft Council show in Baltimore... Will add a photo when I dig up the artists' business card.

Slime mold or slime mould is a broad term describing some organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer considered part of this kingdom

wasp nest slime mould

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

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Slime Mold / June, Habersham Co., Georgia, USA / Copyright by William Tanneberger - All Rights Reserved. slime mold Rural Habersham Co.

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The Bizarre Collective Consciousness of Slime Mold

Slime mould (Physarum polycephalum) feeding on the surface of an almond, coloured scanning electron micrograph. This is the plasmodium phase of the slime mould's life cycle. It is a single, huge cell with multiple nuclei. It can move slowly, feeding on bacteria, fungi and decaying matter. Some species can seek out certain types of food.

Slime mould (Physarum polycephalum) feeding on the surface of an almond, coloured scanning electron micrograph. This is the plasmodium phase of the slime mould's life cycle. It is a single, huge cell with multiple nuclei. It can move slowly, feeding on ba

Comatricha nigra, a slime mold, Portola Redwoods State Park, San Mateo Co., CA, USA    (by Ron Wolf)

Comatricha nigra, a slime mold, Portola Redwoods State Park, San Mateo Co.

Stunning Slime Mold! Fungi-like organisms that use spores to reproduce, numbering about 1,000 species. Many of them are incredibly beautiful!

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Physarum leucophaeum, A myxomycete, or slime mould fungus. The blue fruiting bodies are only 2mm tall.   © John & Irene Palmer/ Garden Matters

Don't know, but I like the way these things look :) Physarum leucophaeum, A myxomycete, or slime mould fungus. The blue fruiting bodies are only tall.

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