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Badhamia utricularis

Badhamia utricularis

Description:

slime mold spotted on deadwood oak, more juvenile state on http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/933... , varying from obergine (#1) to dark brown (#2 and 3) colored heads, hanging on golden-yellow colored 'strings'.

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8 Comments

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 9 years ago

yea, i think the other one is the juvenile state - i'll have a look the days if they turned to that obergine...then we'll know.
Curious about your top spotting.. :)

AlexKonig
AlexKonig 9 years ago

nice. when i look at your picture i get to know what fungi can come up here, have notice you find the species which appear a time later here. (for me : you're a nice indicator to look by,which species can appear here the next time :) ) The other one "could" be the juvenile stage of ths one, as both hanging on the slime-strings.
---btw: found finally, what i searched for : my personal top-spotting will follow after some late ones.

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 9 years ago

Thanks for the ID, Clive.
And yes, I visited the site again today...it developed already to another state.

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 9 years ago

Thanks, Seema

Seema
Seema 9 years ago

Stunning...

hehehe, thought they were grapes from the thumbnail

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 9 years ago

Thanks, Achmmad - Clive Shirley definetely shows best here how beautiful this micro cosmos is

achmmad
achmmad 9 years ago

Wow! Never think that slime molds are beautiful. This is amazing. I'm not get much in my biology class.

LarsKorb
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Hohenhorn, Schleswig-Holstein (Landmasse), Germany

Spotted on Mar 2, 2012
Submitted on Mar 2, 2012

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