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white fungus


This white fungus was very appealing to some ants and this spider. The fungus looked slimey-wet and snow-white. In fact, several of the plant stems covering this tree trunk appeared to be covered in this slimey-wet-mucus. Growing along with moss on this downed tree trunk.


Mixed pine, hard-wood forest in State Park in suburban Philadelphia, PA USA

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rubens.luciano 11 years ago

This is one I found in my house sometime ago:

rubens.luciano 11 years ago

Not VERY common like wall spiders, but you can cross with them even in gardens in big cities in Brazil.

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Mostly Microbe 11 years ago

I was afraid my "daddy long legs" might not be a daddy long legs, but I've never heard of an opilion before! Are they rare?

rubens.luciano 11 years ago

Nice picture. The insect seems to me an opilion, not a spider.

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Fort Washington, Pennsylvania

Spotted on Sep 13, 2011
Submitted on Sep 13, 2011

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