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Walter Piorkowski
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Post by Walter Piorkowski »


Upper image Canon Pro90-IS with EM 3500 closeup lens.
Midddle and lower image Olympus C-2000 with EM3500 close up lens.

Identification of upper image unknown.

Center image likely the aethalia of Lycogala epidendrum.

Lower image possibly Fuligo septica.


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Post by Cyclops »

cool pics, and that last one definitley looks amoeba like!
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Never encountered the first one myself there Walt, have no idea what it is. :-k The second I have seen quite a bit around here, had a few samples at one time and the third more than likey is the "Dog Vomit" Fuligo septica. Never seen on before myself as I can recall but from what I have read, they can get quite large and even envade ones home or cover an entire yard almost. :D

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Post by beetleman »

Great photos Walt...(I think my book arrives today \:D/ )
Take Nothing but Pictures--Leave Nothing but Footprints.
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