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The Rubber Cup Fungus, Galiella rufa, produces cup-shaped fruit bodies that typically grow in clusters on branches and exposed portions of buried wood. It is known from eastern and Midwest North...

The Rubber Cup Fungus, Galiella rufa, produces cup-shaped fruit bodies that typically grow in clusters on branches and exposed portions of buried wood. It is known from eastern and Midwest North.

Veiled Lady || Phallus indusiatus

Veiled Lady Mushroom (Phallus indusiatus) This edible and rather healthful mushroom is used in Chinese cuisine. It is coated in a greenish-brown slime that contains spores -- the slime attracts flies and insects that help disperse the spores.

Magic Mushrooms

Psilocybe pelliculosa - Mushroom Hunting and Identification - Shroomery Message Board

Slime Mold Transformation!!! Slime Mold going from Plasmodium to Sporulation

Slime Mold going from Plasmodium to Sporulation. Slime mold is not a plant or animal. It's not a fungus, though it sometimes resembles one. Slime mold, in fact, is a soil-dwelling amoeba-like cell.

Mushroom

Photo by Michael Snedic.This wouldn't last an hour in my yard. Two of the herd of grey squirrels are big mushroom destroyers. Any that pop up are usually scattered over the yard before the day is done.

These are all real species of Mushroom - Imgur

at quick glance this fungi looks like arms growing from the ground!

Punctularia strigoso-zonata

Punctularia strigoso-zonata

Sprout

Mushrooms Spores - Photographed by Brandon Broll, thus images is just one of many amazing microscopic photos in his book, Microcosmos, in which random things are magnified by between 22 times and 22 million times.

RedCaged Fungus

Red Cage Fungus - emerges from a whitish 'egg' much like the aliens in SF horror, its aroma is a combination of rotting meat and steaming excrement, goes without saying not edible

Scaly Fibrecap (Inocybe hystrix) Bargrennan, Scotland, United Kingdom.

Scaly Fibrecap - Inocybe hystrix A very distinct looking fungi. Looks similar to a Scalycap (Pholiota species). found in leaf litter near the base of a storm felled deciduous tree.

Attention fun guys and fun gals: It's time for some fungus.   We here at Weird News headquarters strive each day to bring the very best of what is stra...

TRIP OUT ON THESE 11 CRAZY MUSHROOMS

Attention fun guys and fun gals: It's time for some fungus. We here at Weird News headquarters strive each day to bring the very best of what is stra.

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