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The birdnest fungi 2 by Steve Axford  This one shows the cups before and after they open. The new cups have a “mother of pearl” type sheen to them. Each cup is about 10mm across, so they are easy to miss.

The birdnest fungi 2 by Steve Axford. a tiny cup-shaped fungus containing minute flattened spheres resembling eggs in a bird's nest. It is the reproductive or fruiting body of a remarkable fungus known in scientific circles as Cyathus olla.

slime mold

"slime molds" ~ micro mushrooms that grow on plants ~ interesting.

If you're fond of vampires and zombies, here's a wicked tomato that's covered with thorns AND it comes back from the dead. This bizarre plant is a member of the tomato family. It grows 3’-5’ tall with

Solanum pyracanthum Porcupine Tomato

Porcupine Tomato Leaf with Thorns (plant and tiny tomatoes it produces are poisonous to humans)

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46 Magical Wild Mushrooms You Won't Believe Are Real ...

Bird's Nest Fungus (Cyathus striatus) One of my favorites :]

"Radically Diverse Australian #Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford"    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/05/radically-diverse-australian-fungi-photographed-by-steve-axford/?src=footer&utm_content=buffer6a3eb&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer  #fungus #photography

culturenlifestyle: “ Steve Axford Captures Strange And Undocumented Australian Fungi Steve Axford is a photographer on a mission to discover a thread of alien fungi, which has never been captured.

Nidulariaceae are also called Bird's Nest Fungi for obvious reasons. Those little egg-looking things inside are actually spores. The fungus will wait for the perfect oppurtunity to launch these into the air

Nidulariaceae are also called Bird's Nest Fungi for obvious reasons. Those little egg-looking things inside are actually spores. The fungus will wait for the perfect opportunity to launch these into the air.

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