on mushrooms. I started this research because I knew that birds were amazingly peculiar, and fish, and butterflies, and flowers, bugs, and... but slugs and fungus? Think of pollens... Purely adaptation and survival? Hmmm...(caption via Gayla Thompson)

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abotanistthough:  I ALWAYS want to lick sundew i mean bugs clearly like it. Helloooooo i’m on to something.

abotanistthough: I ALWAYS want to lick sundew i mean bugs clearly like it. Helloooooo i’m on to something.

Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) growing on Oak tree in Argyll, Scotland by Laurie Campbell

Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) growing on Oak tree in Argyll, Scotland by Laurie Campbell

Maidenhair Fern. New fronds are often pink; in some species, completely pink, before turning green.

Maidenhair Fern. New fronds are often pink; in some species, completely pink, before turning green.

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