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No worries - thanks for clarifying ( I was wondering a bit actually :))
sorry lars the "berkeley" was only, so i got the right picture (otherwise you had to scroll down) they are called physarum poly.... without berkeley. sorry to confuse!!
We cross-posted as always - didn't notice your last link :)Yes, indeed, this looks pretty likely. Thanks again.
it is no guess, i'm pretty sure (as one can be through picture and without analysis). I'm intrested what he will say!!
Thanks for the info and guess, Alex - let's wait for Clive, maybe he's got an instant idea.
( http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&q=... ) were a bit to fast! :)
here have you better yellow references, that had should be my references before !
color doesnt matter. the orange firesignals you have come also in yellow/pink/brown. colors are not trustworthy, i have found many trichia the last time and i really hunt for the many headed, it isn't trichia. and at the 3 picture is the feedng-net to see, so many heads and the slimyness. i would id it as physarum !!!
And no, I don't think it's the one you linked to - the color shown is pretty exactly the original. Or do you think it differs also in colorization?
LOL, Alex - no, I am just real confused...because i found it all at teh same spot :D
will you mock me lars. phlebia radiata do you give out as slime mold, and the real slime mold will yoju try as phlebia.. First wanted to say trichia family (trichia / varia-or- favoginea) but take a look at many headed slime mold "Physarum polycephalum"( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physarum_po... ), ---- wenn es der ist, ich will paar proben haben, aber das wird sicher nicht funktionieren!! warte einfach bis ich den her wieder gegen komm.
It's the same spot I found the identified one - plus the flesh clolored substance is found nect to it...I am confused ^^
Spotted on Feb 26, 2012 Submitted on Feb 26, 2012