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    • Stemonitis
    • Stemonitis atra
    • Stemonitis echinulata

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Recent observations

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What

Chocolate Tube Slime Stemonitis splendens

Observer

jblinde

Date

June 26, 2016 07:56 AM CDT

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steveu

Date

June 18, 2016 02:30 PM EDT

Description

I observed the slime molds at The Wilderness Center.

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sjhopkins

Date

June 18, 2016

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sjhopkins

Date

June 18, 2016

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bob777

Date

June 11, 2016 02:06 PM CDT

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allenratzlaff

Date

June 11, 2016 08:40 AM EDT

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serenella

Date

June 7, 2016 03:16 PM ADT

Description

On a fallen branch

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What

Chocolate Tube Slime Stemonitis splendens

Date

June 1, 2016 01:13 PM EDT

Place

(Somewhere...)

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Observer

nature_nate

Date

June 1, 2016 10:09 AM EDT

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esaunders

Date

June 1, 2016 12:11 PM EDT

Description

This was growing out of a stump where a tree had been cut down. It is very fine and hair like.

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fluffberger

Date

May 29, 2016

Description

A common slime mold that grows on dead logs.

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Observer

nature_nate

Date

May 29, 2016 12:37 PM EDT
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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.

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