satr9:

New Hampshire moths are practically sparrows. Two Luna moths, and a Polyphemus moth

posted 13 hours ago with 7,908 notes
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© natkaos

clusterpod:

Mycena interrupta
Myrtle Forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

clusterpod:

Mycena interrupta

Myrtle Forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

pedanticmonster:

Summer, 2014.

It’s Ghost Plant season again!

Monotropa uniflora is a mycoheterotrophic plant, which means that, instead of using chlorophyll to synthesize ATP from solar radiation, it uses a fungal partner to steal nutrients directly from neighboring trees. It a parasite, and a smart one, at that. 

allthelostsouls96:

My favourite character is Undertaker no matter what <3

allthelostsouls96:

My favourite character is Undertaker no matter what <3

posted 18 hours ago with 411 notes
© -jenjam

madame-psychosis:

Carrie Michelle Culver

madame-psychosis:

Carrie Michelle Culver

libutron:

Fragile Dapperling

The pictures show a top view and a side view of the mushroom Leucocoprinus fragilissimus (Agaricaceae), a species with wide distribution in many continents, quite characteristic by its shape and color. 

Although the cap of this mushroom is bell-shaped when young, it becomes broadly convex and uplifted in age. The caps are up to 4.5 cm wide, and its surface is translucent-striate from the margin of the disc, pale yellowish white, resembling the paper umbrellas used to decorate cocktails.

Underside the gills are white.The stalk is thick and extremely fragile, pale yellow when fresh, darkening in age, and coated overall with tiny yellowish scales.

Reference: [1]

Photos: [Top: ©Kim Fleming | Locality: Abbeville County, South Carolina, US] - [Bottom: ©Alan Cressler | Locality: Shopchoppy River, Craig Nelson’s House, Wakulla County, Florida, US]

posted 22 hours ago with 248 notes

blooms-and-shrooms:

Mushroom by Alex_Appleby on Flickr.

blooms-and-shrooms:

Mushroom by Alex_Appleby on Flickr.

posted 23 hours ago with 121 notes

libutron:

Pale Bolete
These twined mushrooms are Pale boletes, Boletus fechtneri (Boletaceae), an edible, European species. They can be large mushrooms, with caps ranging from 8 to 20cm in diameter. 
Reference: [1]
Photo: ©Marjan Kustera
Locality: Serbia

libutron:

Pale Bolete

These twined mushrooms are Pale boletes, Boletus fechtneri (Boletaceae), an edible, European species. They can be large mushrooms, with caps ranging from 8 to 20cm in diameter. 

Reference: [1]

Photo: ©Marjan Kustera

Locality: Serbia

posted 1 day ago with 140 notes

okushitia:

Going right along with my black butler chibi drawings.
Here is the undertaker~
My second favorite character in the series~

okushitia:

Going right along with my black butler chibi drawings.

Here is the undertaker~

My second favorite character in the series~

posted 1 day ago with 62 notes
posted 1 day ago with 1,632 notes
© sutclif