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flowntheloop Insect-egg Slime Mold
Insect-egg Slime Mold commented on by flowntheloop Ranger, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

Thanks so much, Machi! :)

flowntheloop Aggregating anemone
Aggregating anemone commented on by flowntheloop Des Moines, Washington, United Statesa year ago

Beautiful! Very alien-esque!

flowntheloop Juniper Hairstreak
Juniper Hairstreak commented on by flowntheloop Ranger, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

Yay! :) I agree it looks better on the preview!

flowntheloop Juniper Hairstreak
Juniper Hairstreak commented on by flowntheloop Chatsworth, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

I added a more cropped version. Is that any better?

flowntheloop Juniper Hairstreak
Juniper Hairstreak commented on by flowntheloop Chatsworth, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

@SukanyaDatta It is bizarre and beautiful! One of my favorite local butterflies for sure!

flowntheloop Brachycybe lecontii
Brachycybe lecontii commented on by flowntheloop Ranger, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

@Leuba Thank you! They really do look unreal, especially in person! Most people expect these to be immature, but the adults look this pristine and fresh! There are a couple of immatures if you look closely though (they are really short and stubby)

flowntheloop Brachycybe lecontii
Brachycybe lecontii commented on by flowntheloop Ranger, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

Thank you, Machi!
@Mark Yes! I never found any eggs or "proud papas", but I hope that I can see them at least once in my lifetime!

flowntheloop Yellow Mushroom
Yellow Mushroom commented on by flowntheloop Tallahassee, Florida, United Statesa year ago

Hard to tell without a fertile surface/gill shot. Did you happen to get any additional photos?

flowntheloop Orange-Fringed Orchid
Orange-Fringed Orchid commented on by flowntheloop Chatsworth, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

Thanks!

flowntheloop Stereum lobatum
Stereum lobatum commented on by flowntheloop Cusseta, Georgia, United Statesa year ago

Pretty sure these are old Stereum lobatum. Not Trametes (a polypore). There are no pores on the fertile surface here.

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