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J.R. Young
  • Scott Depot, WV
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Looking for Badhamia sp. and Dictyostelium discoideum (axenic strain) in the US

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dzhumhur Gyokchepanar Feb 28. 2 Replies

Hello all!I am looking for the following slime moulds:Badhamia sp. Dictyostelium discoideum (axenic strain)I currently only have Physarum polycephalum.  I would like to add another easy to care for…Continue

 

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Dzhumhur Gyokchepanar replied to J.R. Young's discussion Looking for Badhamia sp. and Dictyostelium discoideum (axenic strain) in the US
"Hey Ian, Im looking to get some for university proeject. Is it possible to get a dry sclerotia culture from you ? Would be really great ! Let me know please ! "
Feb 28
RyChu liked J.R. Young's discussion Looking for Badhamia sp. and Dictyostelium discoideum (axenic strain) in the US
Feb 26
ian replied to J.R. Young's discussion Looking for Badhamia sp. and Dictyostelium discoideum (axenic strain) in the US
"I have Mandy the presumed badhamia - wild caught last year and now fully established in culture, feeds off oats, makes good sclerotia. I've done a full life cycle on it, it's easier than physarum to raise from spores."
Feb 7
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Physarum polycephalum repairs protoplasmic tube after asian lady beetle severs it

An asian lady beetle interrupted my time-lapse to nibble on a segment of the slime mould.
Feb 6
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Looking for Badhamia sp. and Dictyostelium discoideum (axenic strain) in the US

Hello all!I am looking for the following slime moulds:Badhamia sp. Dictyostelium discoideum (axenic strain)I currently only have Physarum polycephalum.  I would like to add another easy to care for slime mould like Badhamia sp.  I also believe I have the materials to culture and maintain an axenic strain of Dictyostelium discoideum and would like to attempt keeping it long term as well.I live in WV and will cover shipping / packaging / etc.   Thank you for any leads!J.R.See More
Feb 6
J.R. Young liked ian's discussion Mandy has babies!
Feb 4
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Physarum polycephalum time-lapse

5 hours condensed into 1 minute. Water was added periodically to prevent the culture from drying out.
Feb 1
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Jan 21

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I enjoy culturing, photographing, and observing them in general. Their growth patterns and in the case of Dictyostelium discoideum the life cycle changes. I would like to connect with others who may have experience with other less commonly available slime molds. At the moment I'm looking for more information on L. zosterae and Badhamia sp..

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