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Orangish-red globules, and red stems with brownish black heads. Are they different forms of the same slime mold?

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Slime Molds - Photo (c) kim fleming, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
fluffberger's ID: Slime Molds (Phylum Mycetozoa)
Posted by fluffberger almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Hi fluffberger's,
Your question is not an easy one to answer most slime mould descriptions don't give any information on colour other then the plasmodium and then the final colour.

I also have my doubts over the given plasmodium colours as for example two weeks ago I collected a light brown plasmodium I have since had it in a moisture chamber and fruiting body's have developed this has turned out to be Trichia varia. The given plasmodium colour for this species is white.

Posted by myxonz almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Maybe trichia decipiens ?

Posted by fluffberger almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Slime Molds - Photo (c) kim fleming, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
fluffberger's ID: Slime Molds (Phylum Mycetozoa)
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