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wyldefungi a day ago
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Moss
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mynocturnality 2 days ago
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Close up of the 'gill' structure of the Hooded Nudibranch.
| Artist: John Rix
馃悓 Goblincore month on @mynocturnality
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mycosprite 2 days ago
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Brown Rollrim Paxillus involutus
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lindagoesmushrooming 19 hours ago
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liberatedfromtheworld 2 days ago
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Hi tumblr, I need your help.
Do you or someone you know create fungi-related art?
If so, perhaps you would be interested in submitting your art to be displayed in the Mycological Menagerie installation scheduled to take place in Madison, Wisconsin from February to May in 2023!
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Here is a link to our website with more information about our installation and a link to our submission form. Please take a look at the website first and feel free to fill my ask box with any further questions you may have.
We would like to get as many submissions as possible, so please share this with anyone you know who creates fungal art or is interested in fungi!
Our hard line for submissions is December 1st, 2022.
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tom-at-the-farm 2 days ago
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Recent fun guys
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mushrooms-switzerland 5 hours ago
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Krause Glucke, Sparassis crispa 07.10.2022
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lichenaday a day ago
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Lepraria subalbicans
Lesser cottonthread lichen, almost white dust lichen
When I think of Lepraria lichens (like the rest of you frequently do, I鈥檓 sure), I picture them as a scattered mass of greenish dust on the side of a tree. Effervescent, delicate, barely looking like much at all. But L. subalbicans looks like what would happen if all that scattered dust decided to band together against an attacker an form a singular, strong, dust monster! Does that make sense? IDK I just got back from the dentist my brain is still a bit foggy. This fruticose lichen has upright, clumpy pseudopodetia that grow up to 4 mm tall, forming a dense, bumpy crust. The surface is lumpy and sorediate, and ashy-white and dull in coloration. L. subalbicans grows on soil and in rock in exposed, mountainous regions of North and South America.聽
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dunewormz a day ago
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inktober day 2: fungus
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ofmushroomsandmoss 2 days ago
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mushrooms: yes
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wyldefungi a day ago
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EcoSnippets
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mycosprite a day ago
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Frosty Funnel Clitocybe phyllophilia
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lindagoesmushrooming a day ago
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xgh0ulx 23 days ago
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tom-at-the-farm 23 hours ago
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Some bird's nest fungus, Amanitas and Entoloma abortivum, aka shrimp of the woods. Tangentially, we really have to stop naming mushrooms "___ of the woods," it's getting ridiculous at this point
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vvitchrot a month ago
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FUNGI HAVE CLOSER DNA TO HUMANS THAN TO PLANTS AND MUSHROOMS ARE ACTUALLY THE FRUITING BODIES OF MASSIVE SUBTERRANEAN SYSTEMS OF FUNGI THAT ARE THOUSANDS OF YEARS OLD AND MILES WIDE. THE LARGEST LIVING ORGANISM ON OUR PLANET IS A 3.5 MILE LONG 10,000 YEAR OLD FUNGI WHICH CONNECTS THE WHOLE FOREST AND HELPS EVERY PLANT COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER.
THE CLOSEST THING WE HAVE TO AN ALMIGHTY IS FUNGI.
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lionfloss 7 months ago
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Dewdrop Bonnet
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