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Lycogala epidendrum, also known as wolf's milk slime. Lycogala epidendrum goes through a number of rather incredible morphological phases as it matures. Myxomycetes are perplexing organisms that demonstrate characteristics associated with both animals and fungi.

This is really pretty, for slime mould. Wolf's Milk Slime -- Botany Photo of the Day

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mushroom - Flower like. A Stalked Scarlet Cup mushroom (Microstoma Protractum)

Nidulariaceae are also called Bird's Nest Fungi for obvious reasons. Those little egg-looking things inside are actually spores. The fungus will wait for the perfect oppurtunity to launch these into the air

These beautiful fungi are called nidulariacea and are also known as fairy cups or bird nest’s fungi, because they look like bird nests with little eggs in them. Photo by artist Miwa Matreyeck. via Gilda Davidian

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Seriously fungus, you are fucking with my expectations of what lives on earth.

Fractal fungus

rainforest fungi, lamington np, australia- it's giving me face bumps (goose bumps on your face)

Wolf's Milk Slime (Lycogala Epidendrum) ~ Hocking State Forest, Ohio.

Wolf's Milk Slime (Lycogala Epidendrum) ~ Hocking State Forest, Ohio.

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Lycogalas epidendrum commonly called wolf's milk or groening's slime is a species of slime mold. Slime molds are some of the most fascinating lifeforms on our planet!