On almost every Trichaptum biforme.
Tiny, less than 1mm tall. On the caps of Trichaptum biforme.
growing on Trichaptum biforme
I’m not in Antarctic but my friend Kira is. I wanted some fungi pictures from Antarctica so we could put another pin in the map for MO. So I asked her to put some bread under her bed and see if she got any mold to grow on it. I think if I asked somebody to mold stuff under their bed most would never talk to me again but not Kira…
she said it came from field lunches for intrepid scientists.
The sandwich is peanut butter and jelly, but the peanut butter and jelly are blended together beforehand because it’s easier to spread one thing onto a sandwich than two. and it’s on white bread
It took about three weeks grow this.
Thank you Kira for humoring me and doing this, you are the best.