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    • Stemonitis
    • Stemonitis atra
    • Stemonitis echinulata

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sjhopkins

Date

July 9, 2010

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(Somewhere...)

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lg_price

Date

June 28, 2015 08:34 AM CDT

Description

Slime Mold

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rcurtis

Date

June 24, 2015 07:17 PM EDT

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matthewherron

Date

June 17, 2015 01:55 PM CDT

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leizart

Date

May 19, 2013 06:13 PM CDT

Description

Stemonitis axifera

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annikaml

Date

May 6, 2015 01:56 PM CDT

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

I have no idea what this is, but I'm guessing some sort of fungus. We have had a lot of rain lately and I found this on the door to my garden shed.

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jeremy_rolfe

Date

March 15, 1986

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nanofishology

Date

May 2, 2015 02:34 PM CDT

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mike68lusk

Date

April 1, 2015

Description

under log

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pjd1

Date

March 2, 2011

Description

Lignicolous on rotting nikau (Rhopalostylis baueri).

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Square

Date

September 9, 2014

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Square

Date

August 1, 2014
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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.