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    Raspberry Slime Mould (Tubifera ferruginosa)

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    Spinellus Fusiger (Bonnet Mould) on a Mycena Zephirus mushroom ~ By Julio Gómez Raindo

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    Tremella fuciformis.

    Tremella fuciformis. - plants, & rocks & things

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    The "wrinkled peach" fungus, species Rhodotus palmatus

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    slime mold (a living thing!) - unreal!!

    Slime Molds | English Russia

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    Lactarius indigo, the Indigo Milk Mushroom

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    Corticium caeruleum or Terana caerulea

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    (Ileodictyon cibarium) Basket Fungus

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    The Devil’s Cigar (Chorioactis) – world’s rarest fungi A star-shaped mushroom, called the Devil’s Cigar (Chorioactis geaster) is one of the world’s rarest fungi. It’s also known as the Texas star. These fungi had been detected only in central Texas, two remote locations in Japan, and most recently in the mountains of Nara. The Devil’s Cigar is a dark brown cigar-shaped capsule that transforms into a tan-coloured star when it splits open to release its spores.

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    Aspergillus fungus

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    Forked Devil Fungi

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    'Jelly Ear Mushroom aka Auricularia Auricula-Judae'

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    Wolf-fart puffball

    Wolf-Fart Puffball

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    Amanita jacksonii buttons emerging from their universal veils

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    Lion's Mane Mushroom.

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    Red Cage Fungus

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    Slime Mold

    Stunning slime mold (74 pics + 1 gif)

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    birdnest fungi 2 by Steve Axford

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    Dung fungi found on a cow pile

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    Mushroom

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    A fairy ring is a naturally occurring ring of mushrooms. They are also known as pixie’s rings, faerie circles, or elf circles. The English believed that fairy rings were where fairies came to dance and celebrate, the mushrooms of the rings were used as stools for the fairies to recuperate during the evenings festivities.

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    Stemonitis Fusca- Slime Mold

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