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On decaying hardwood.
Found it on decaying wood.
10052014 Wolfs Milk Slime Lycogala
two slime moulds. the top one is Wolf's Milk (
Slime mold, about half cm in diameter, heart-shaped, orange in color
I noticed some red fluid coming out some.
small brown puffball
The fruiting body of this slime mold forms as small pink orbs.
A wood decaying fungus.
Pink. Rather floral blobs in the first case and plain blobs in the second.
Small, bubble-shaped fungi growing at the base of a tree. Bronze in color, ...
Slime molds were once classified as fungi, but are now put into their own group.
Technically not fungus, but a bunch of protozoans, plasmodia and so on. Easily ...
old, dried out, black and crusty. tiny balls inside. about 1/2" across.
This slime mold has aged and turned to a dark grey.
Pinkish slime mold that looks like large bubble gum bubbles
This slime mold has an awesome texture!
very small, each 'ball' approx 5mm
Slime mold growing from well decayed stump
compressed fruitbodies of Lycogala