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Be a genius. Jun 12
This is a Mucor mold, a fungi commonly found in soil, decaying plant matter, and on plants. The bulbous sporangia atop the growing stalks carry the spores of the mold. Don't worry, MOST of the 40 species of known Mucor are unable to infect humans.
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SavetheHellfire Jun 14
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Rafael I Merchan Jun 14
With the beginning of the rainy season, Wild abound in the Western Highlands of , from June to July. This is from a woman selling each basket a $2 about an hour from .
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AprilSix Proof Jun 12
, the planet's secret overlords. Check out our latest blog post on these amazing organisms and their commercial & therapeutic abilities.
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Luis 6h
Auricularia sp. Somewhere in southern Mexico
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Dan Brueschke 17h
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shroomanity22 7h
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Allison Walker 3h
Foray Newfoundland 2019!
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Laura Sykes 17h
Fairly sure that this should be growing halfway up a tall tree in a wood, not on a stump next to the road...such are the vagaries of the 5th kingdom
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Katie Field 10h
Some impressive Dryads Saddle out yesterday...
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Wildlife Of Lancing Area Jun 16
Top view of my little fungi, it's got a little face I think
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Candida albicans Jun 16
Candida, a master in evading the human immune system, read about it in: Candida spp. and phagocytosis: multiple evasion mechanisms
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Paige Mandelare, Fungal Chemist🍄👩‍🔬 5h
We got some depository Aspergillus alliaceus strains (first image) which look very different from my Aspergillus alliaceus forms (sclerotia and conidia, next 3 images). Excited to see how these depository strains compare ☺️
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Tien Huynh Jun 16
The amazing world of and the innovations that might save this planet
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Aspen Environmental 6h
Mold Monday! Small leaks can turn into big problems make sure to have professionals dry any water immediately. For help with mold, musty smells, flooding, or air duct cleaning and sealing call us at (978)681-5023
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Bernoid 6h
Here come the Tawny Grisette - Amanita fulva
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Rebecca Knowles Jun 16
Proof that it hasn’t been over 68 degrees!
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Blaadyblah Jun 14
Had an appointment. Met a fun guy.
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Jordan Michelle Falco 12h
I woke up 30 minutes earlier than I usually do so that I could start taking longer walks in the morning. I've also deleted the facebook app from my phone. . [ ]
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Luke Harrold Jun 10
Found on the floor of mixed deciduous/coniferous largely beech wood. About 3-5cm across. Resisted being poked with a stick...
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