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    We were studying Slime Molds in my Biololgy course and I was doing a little bit of research on these and I found a rather interesting slime mold, Fuligo septica. It's nickname is the Vomit Slime Mold.

    Have a look...





    Cool stuff, eh??
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    weak stuff..................going to have to do ALOT better than that to ruin my lunch...................visuals almost never get to me....... some smells will. though not as bad as they do to my wife.she starts gagging at teh smell of a skunk but they have never bothered me in the slightest.

    cool pics
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    I see why it has its nick name!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]visuals almost never get to me..
    You uh.... Want me to find some that will?

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    Quote[/b] ]It's nickname is the Vomit Slime Mold.
    Huh? Why?

    Slime mold is pretty interesting stuff! Have you got an accompanying link for us to check out with some related reading?
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    Est.............go ahead and try but i warn yah ive developed pictures for the cops of someone i know who was fell infront of a train. funny thing with that roll of film, the picture that bugged me the most was just the one of his baseball cap laying on the ground. nothing else was recogniseable as being specifically from him though you could most definatly identify body parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Est.............go ahead and try
    It's really a shame, but I'm still trying to avoid getting banned for a while. I'll take your word that you've ben de-sensitized (as I have been,) but I guarantee you I can come up with some stuff that'd make even you queezy.


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    I have this! As you can see from the picture, it easily grows on mulch or bark mulch topdressings. Really fascinating. I had 5 mats this year, though I had to remove the ones from the front yard fro cosmetic reasons. But in the backyard, I leave them. I get these and a fascinating rare azure one that appeared for me one year and I have been kind of propagating and cultivating ever since. Its so cool! I have never seen it anywhere else, but ig grows in 1 foot wide mats and is kind of easy to propagate. I grow it on the compost pile where it helps with decomposition.
    that makes no logic

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