Tubifera ferruginosa. Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC, USA.
Slightly dried out Dog Vomit Slime Mold on City of Arcadia sustainable garden area.
Epic change from plasmodium to fruitbody.
Largest one 10mm dia. Growing on rotten Crack willow
Same specimen as observed three weeks ago .... interestingly, no perceptible change.
Myxomycetes: Physaraceae: Badhamia utricularis
Myxomycetes: Arcyriaceae: Arcyria sp.
Shot in studio, at home. These are the same as those seen at http://naturewatch.org.nz/observations/414982
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.