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Slime Mold

Diderma sp.?


Individual structures ovoid, approximately 2mm x 3mm. Individual or confluent. Appear to be sessile.


On rotting log


My best guess is that this is a Diderma sp. but would welcome any information to confirm or correct this identification. The Red Raspberry (Tubifera ferruginosa) slime mold in the image is about 0.5 inches in diameter.

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Winder, Georgia, USA

Spotted on Jun 4, 2015
Submitted on Jun 22, 2015

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