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JohnnyDZ0707 commented on Gala Montiel's blog post Help possible slime mold identification!
"It lacks organization, and is quite transparent with stuff floating in it, I doubt that it's a slime mold."
Jul 19
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Help possible slime mold identification!

Hello everyone!I went to the forest the other day and tried to forage some slime.I found this on decaying wood, grabbed them, and took them home to some Petri plates with coffee filters (I'm aiming to grow them in agar), I'm not sure if what I have here is P. polycephalum (giving the intense yellow color). Could someone help me know if I'm on the right track???  …See More
Jun 30
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Gala Montiel liked ian's discussion Hello new members and old esp SYSK listeners Slimefest anyone?
Jun 11
Gala Montiel posted a status
"Hello everyone! I'm new to the group and currently a Master student in Bioengineering :) is anyone working with P. polycephalum in Mexico??"
May 7
Gala Montiel is now a member of The Slime Mould Collective
May 7

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Name
Gala
What is your interest in slime moulds? (we need to know you're not a bot or spamster)
Honestly, I have been recently introduced to slime moulds, but rapidly became amazed.
I started my Master's this year in Bioengineering however due to Covid's persistence I'm unable to travel to Canada to work on my project. Given this frustrating reality, my supervisor suggested working with an organism friendly enough to grow from home.
I wish through this group I will be able to learn and see the incredible possibilities this organism can have, as well as knowing the amazing humans that grow them and study them for many different reasons.
Academic Institution (if applicable)
McGill University

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Help possible slime mold identification!

Posted on June 30, 2021 at 16:40 1 Comment

Hello everyone!

I went to the forest the other day and tried to forage some slime.

I found this on decaying wood, grabbed them, and took them home to some Petri plates with coffee filters (I'm aiming to grow them in agar), I'm not sure if what I have here is P. polycephalum (giving the intense yellow color). Could someone help me know if I'm on the right track???  …

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