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Wolf's Milk Slime?


Is this a wolf's milk slime? Lycogala epidendrum?? I didn't press on it to see.


on a piece of branch on the forest floor at Brooklyn Botanic Garden


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tylerjferrara 11 years ago

Actually, I don't know how big that is but it might be a colonial bacterium called myxococcus xanthus. That would be a fruiting body, the name means slimey yellow balls

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Spotted on May 7, 2010
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