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Rafaela Miranda Rocha left a comment for Heather Barnett
"hmm i see. well, i kept it out of light completely and it had plenty of food nearby, just never reached it... But yes, as I said, would love to give it another go so if you can send another plate to nathan that would be great! thanks!!"
Nov 25, 2011
Heather Barnett left a comment for Rafaela Miranda Rocha
"Black spores means it went into fruiting stage - possibly too much light or couldn't find food - so not dead, just fruiting! Happy to send a new stock plate to Nathan for those who want to try again, maybe with agar base this time. I'll…"
Nov 24, 2011
Rafaela Miranda Rocha left a comment for Heather Barnett
"hi heather,   unfortunately, my slime mould died :( It turned into black spores overnight! And from what I heard from the other people, most of theirs didn't make it as well. I would really like to try it once again - do you think…"
Nov 23, 2011
Heather Barnett left a comment for Rafaela Miranda Rocha
"Hi Rafaela, Did your experiment make it home in one piece and survive a new day? The collective experiment we did yesterday has been busy overnight. I'll post photos here of its progress in the next day or two. Best, Heather"
Nov 22, 2011
Rafaela Miranda Rocha is now a member of The Slime Mould Collective
Nov 22, 2011

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Name
Rafaela Rocha
Interest in slime moulds
I'm fascinated by natural patterns and structures, and all things micro
Academic Institution (if applicable)
MA Art and Science - Central Saint Martins
Website
http://oesquema.com.br/rafamrocha/

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At 18:32 on November 24, 2011, Heather Barnett said…
Black spores means it went into fruiting stage - possibly too much light or couldn't find food - so not dead, just fruiting! Happy to send a new stock plate to Nathan for those who want to try again, maybe with agar base this time. I'll grow some and send next week. 
At 13:58 on November 22, 2011, Heather Barnett said…

Hi Rafaela, Did your experiment make it home in one piece and survive a new day?

The collective experiment we did yesterday has been busy overnight. I'll post photos here of its progress in the next day or two.

Best, Heather

 
 
 

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