|Copyright: laurens van der Linde (euroblinkie)
|Date Taken: 2015-10-19|
|Exposure: f/22, 1 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2015-12-15 10:34|
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Hello here you see the plasmodium of Slimemold
this is the begin of growing of slimemold
when it is ripe they give the fruits
this one grows also on this specie of fungus
i have the fruit of a other slimemold in my WORKSHOP
you can see the plasmodium between the fruit
it is a other specie -Yellow-orange
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- [2015-12-15 11:15]
Niet te geloven dat de twee stadia bij elkaar horen. Die in de WS lijken totaal niet op die in deze foto. Prachtig weergegeven. Ik zou onderhand colleges over zwammen gaan geven als ik jou was. Je bent inmiddels een echte expert en je hebt beelden genoeg die je kunnen ondersteunen.
- [2015-12-15 11:49]
Hi Lou,fantastic macro of this small small specie,the main pic is a masterwork,impressive large view vry sharp and bright.Some mushroom is blurred in the WS but i think that it was impossible to make better.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Hope you are well. Yes, slime mold.....it is slime as it seems to flow like one. Looks like it is made of liquid paste....what a wonderful species and you know we have been learning from you a lot, the way we learn so much about butterflies from Silvio and Luciano. You people are great! Thanks a lot for sharing....take care,
Really nice BG and very well captured PLASMODIUM. I like its composition as well as details and colors. Good work....
Thanks for sharing,