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  • Shari Mayorga

    Stemonitis fusca is a rather marvelous species of slime mold that carries its jelly-like spore-forming fruiting bodies on curious stilts | photo by Nick Cantle | + so heres an uninteresting but strange piece of info for yall. Im allergic to spores, but i love wierd little mushroom fungi type things. It means i get hayfever in winter when mushrooms make their little babies.

  • Mary Leagle

    Stemonitis Fusca by Nick Cantle Stemonitis fusca is a species of slime mold. It fruits in clusters on dead wood, and has distinctive tall brown sporangia, supported on slender stalks with a total height of approximately 6–20 mm tall.

  • Ericka Kubiak

    Slime mold, Nick Cantle Amazing how something most people find disgusting can be so beautiful. Nature is amazing

  • Mary Hough

    Stemonitis Fusca Weird but Amazing Species of Slime Mold.

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