Slime mould (Hemitrichia sp.)

Slime mould (Hemitrichia sp.)

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Caption: Slime mould fruiting body. Macrophotograph of red fruiting bodies (sporangia) of a slime mould (Hemitrichia sp.). Slime moulds are not fungi, but a separate group with complex life cycles. The sporangia are produced when the slime mould encounters unfavourable conditions. Photographed by the USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab: an organisation dedicated to identifying, cataloguing and monitoring bees and other species.

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