Stringy yellow mass on a dead tree stump.
On cut log with Xylaria
slime mold in root burl hollow
"Dog vomit" mold seen growing in the northernmost part of the Pollinator Garden next to the cassia. Also seen on mold--isopods! Photo by Ashley Fragomeni.
Myxogastria or myxogastrids, formerly known as Myxomycota, is a class of Mycetozoa, itself a grouping of slime moulds, that contains 5 orders, 14 families, 62 genera and 888 species. They are colloquially known as the plasmodial or acellular slime moulds.