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Badhamia lilacina

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BrianR
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Badhamia lilacina

Post by BrianR » 04 Sep 2014, 20:32

I guess it comes under this heading but Terry Easter tells me there is a striking example of the slime mold Badhamia lilacina near the path from parking area at the end of the road at Locheport (2nd September).

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Re: Badhamia lilacina

Post by chrisjohnson » 05 Sep 2014, 07:01

Thanks for posting this Brian, a nice record. If Terry could send in his records to OHBR, they would be much appreciated.

Slime Moulds are not strictly fungi but are treated as honorary members.

Best wishes, Chris

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