More Slime


Trichia botrytis

This tiny, brightly coloured slime mould is called Trichia botrytis. It thrives on dead wood, and is quite variable in colour.


Trichia botrytis

This was found on the underside of loose bark, and autumn is the time of year that slime moulds mainly make their appearance.


Trichia botrytis

31 thoughts on “More Slime

    1. Thank you very much πŸ™‚ They are fascinating … and who would have thought that slime could be beautiful πŸ™‚

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  1. I have to say that’s not your most inviting title to a new post, Pete, but once we get past that, it’s another intimate glimpse into the world of the micro-flora.

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