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Recent observations

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tonyg

Date

August 23, 2014

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Square

Date

July 28, 2014 11:17 AM EDT

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ctracey

Date

May 30, 2006 11:15 AM EDT

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tonyg

Date

July 5, 2014

Description

Identified by Mycologist Joe McFarland.

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jmcalpin

Date

July 4, 2014 02:15 PM CDT

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No photos or sounds

What

Stemonitis sp. Genus Stemonitis

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susanhopkins

Date

June 29, 2014

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fluffberger

Date

June 1, 2014

Description

Also called Chocolate Tube Slime. The second photo shows the plasmodium.

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mcpd_biologist

Date

June 4, 2014

Description

Growing on standing dead tree alongside shelf fungus

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What

Genus Stemonitis Genus Stemonitis

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jonahevans

Date

May 28, 2014 03:35 PM CDT

Description

I was thinking invert eggs or a fungus of some sort.

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scadwell

Date

May 25, 2014 10:40 AM EDT

Description

Brown spores, of course.

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loloscheiner

Date

April 20, 2014 03:31 PM PDT

Description

Slime mould

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metsa

Date

April 19, 2014 02:12 PM PDT

Description

fuzzy hair-like brown fungus underneath a piece of a dead bark/log. The fungus was hanging down (so the picture shows the bark turned over). Found by tomv

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Description from Wikipedia

Stemonitis is a distinctive genus of slime moulds found throughout the world (except Antarctica). They are characterised by the tall brown sporangia, supported on slender stalks, which grow in clusters on rotting wood. Identification within the genus is difficult, and can only be performed with confidence using a microscope.

No range data available.