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A mass of this yellow weird blobbish stuff on a stump.
A clump on top of a stump.
Very interesting looking. Looks like some slug slime along with the slime mold. A like the name of this if it is indeed the scrambled egg slime.
Love NYBG, have spotted some scrambled egg smile "mold" there before
HI anne, I think you have most of the information you need, but I'd add that slime moulds (myxomycota) are classified in the Kingdom Protoctista. Fuligo septica is also known as the "Dog-vomit" slime mould.
we can leave it in "fungi" for now.
Hi Gary, yes, a few feet in from one of the trails going through the Native Forest at NYBG. Does this belong in Fungi category or as something else?
A NYBG find ??? That's what the map shows. Good.
certainly looks like Fuligo septica - the scrambled-egg slime mold
Lat: 40.86, Long: -73.88
Spotted on May 5, 2010 Submitted on May 5, 2010