35°12’15.59"N, 85°55’13.48"W, el. 589 m, Central Campus.
Habitat: mulch under ornamental pine trees on a university campus.
These slime molds came out after two days of heavy rains. They were streaming along and aggregating on the underside of a stick resting on the ground, so I turned the stick sideways for a few of these photos. While streaming they were bright banana yellow, but some older ones had formed little balls that were a darker tangerine orange. The balls are only 1-2 mm in diameter.
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Created: 2009-05-04 15:23:37 PDT (-0700)
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