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Christine Y.

Christine Y.

Nature enthusiast with an M.S. in Medical Entomology, specializing in mosquitoes and ticks.

Connecticut, USA

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Christine Y. Fairyfly
Fairyfly commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USAa year ago

Thanks so much everyone!

Christine Y. Turkey Tail
Turkey Tail commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thank you!

Christine Y. Tree Hair
Tree Hair commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thanks so much Rob and Neil for your comments :)

Christine Y. Tree Hair
Tree Hair commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thank you so much for the SOTD! I love finding this slime mold :). If you brush the tops of the stalks, the brown spores puff into the air and look like cocoa dust.

@ Danièle, it definitely resembles chestnut vermicelli!

Thanks to everyone for all the comments :)

Christine Y. Wolf's Milk Slime Mold
Wolf's Milk Slime Mold commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thanks Roy!

Christine Y. Wood Ear
Wood Ear commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

It does, doesn't it! The logs have ears ;P

Christine Y. Woolly Aphid
Woolly Aphid commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thanks, it was very cute!

Christine Y. Evergreen Bagworm Case
Evergreen Bagworm Case commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thanks! @Tukup - it's totally weird! I have been seeing lots of these cases in the past year or so. I counted over a hundred last autumn!

Christine Y. Amanita Mushroom
Amanita Mushroom commented on by Christine Y. Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Thanks Greg, Roy, and Neil! @Neil, I don't carry a mirror. Sometimes I can get a shot of the underside with a wide angle lens, and other times I tip the mushroom to see the gills/pores. The white mushroom is a different species of Amanita.

Christine Y. Physcia pumilior
Physcia pumilior commented on by Christine Y. Rhode Island, USA2 years ago

Thanks Tukup and Brian!

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