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ID request: Wild slime mold I've been keeping my eye on finally made spores!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Ethan Micheal Ledford Nov 29, 2015. 7 Replies

So I had posted pictures several months ago to see if somebody could identify the species and was told that pictures of the spores/fruit bodies/reproductive cycle (something like that) were needed…Continue

Possibly rare slime mold found on ends of living tree roots

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingrid Glass Mar 11, 2015. 4 Replies

It only grew at the very end of living tree roots that had been severed from logging machinery. (or landslide, not totally sure)The roots appeared to be leaking a constant slow drip of water. And…Continue

This site needs an identification section. Can anybody ID one for me?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather Barnett Mar 10, 2015. 1 Reply

I'm new to the site so apologies if I'm simply not finding the ID section. Usually google can ID them well enough since most seem pretty distinct. But this last one I found is trickier.Continue


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Richard Balzer
What is your interest in slime moulds? (we need to know you're not a bot or spamster)
Interested in performing/posting amateur research, and collaborating with others in the community.

My main focus atm is, how do slime molds interact with plants and fungi? bugs and animals too i suppose

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