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Many-headed Slime Mould

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All hail The Blob, the intelligent slime mould confounding science | WIRED UK

A Parisian Zoo has opened a unusual new exhibit: a blob of slime mould with almost 720 sexes. But the single-celled organism has plenty more tricks up its sleeves

20 of the Most Beautiful Microscopic Photos in the World | PetaPixel

If you thought it was impossible to take a stunning photo of cow dung, get prepared to be proven wrong. Cow dung, espresso coffee crystals, centipede

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Larval Subjects is the blog of Levi R. Bryant, author of Difference and Givenness: Deleuze’s Transcendental Empiricism and the Ontology of Immanence, The Democracy of Objects, Onto-Cartogrpah…

**Slime Mold.Slime Mold  These slime mold sporangia (Hemitrichia calyculata?) were popping up atop a well-rotted pine log along the Island Creek Trail, Croatan National Forest. Height about 2.5 mm.

These slime mold sporangia (Hemitrichia calyculata?) were popping up atop a well-rotted pine log along the Island Creek Trail, Croatan National Forest. Height about 2.5 mm.

Crazy plant fact for the day: Slime mold is one cell but it can learn and efficiently solve mazes. They used it to test the planning of the Tokyo subway. Slime molds are capable of passing on learned behaviors to new cell populations - Science in the News

Crazy plant fact for the day: Slime mold is one cell but it can learn and efficiently solve mazes. They used it to test the planning of the Tokyo subway. Slime molds are capable of passing on learned behaviors to new cell populations - Science in the News