Moon Night Mushroom (Tsukiyotake) - Omphalotus japonicus A spectacular photo of the bioluminescent fruiting bodies of the mushrooms scientifically named Omphalotus japonicus (Marasmiaceae), glowing in.
Bright Dioptase crystals that appear to be stalactitic in form but are actually overgrown on needle-like crystals of an unidentified brown mineral. The specimen is columnar in form with bright sparkly crystals on all sides
This is bismuth, a brittle metal with an iridescent oxide tarnish that produces rainbow colours. It's the most naturally diamagnetic metal in the world, which means it can create a magnetic field in opposition to an externally applied magnetic field.