The right place to look would be on decaying logs of deciduous trees with loose bark. However the Northern European (incl. British Isles) climate is a bit to the cold side for it to be a common species. It is also a problem identifying it.…"
"For more info on the Badhamia experiments I suggest you could probe Bjørli Lehrmann ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) who lives near Copenhagen. She has conducted some experiments with Badhamia and came to the conclusion (I think) that they were…"
Most comparable experiments here are carried out with Badhamia. I guess it's because Physarum is not sourced locally and a bit difficult to obtain from the wild as the climate is a fraction too cold for it to be a common…"