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Nigel2
Nigel2 8 years ago

Naturally a slime mould but would now need microscopic examination to determine to species.

Aalestrup
Aalestrup 9 years ago

#JimCornish

I think you're right, thanks for infomations.

JimCornish
JimCornish 9 years ago

This could be a slime mould. They exist as single-celled organisms in the soil and then gather to create this large mass that eventually create reproductive structures.

Aalestrup
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Denmark

Spotted on Sep 11, 2011
Submitted on Sep 18, 2011

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