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Several hours from what I’ve seen. The change is very gradual but the more intense the light was the more the change accelerated.
there is a good photo of double-colored specimen in the book Myxomycetes of Ohio.
It seems like the ones inside the log were more yellow-greenish, while the ones on the outer, more exposed surface are paler.
From Myxomycetes by S.Stephenson et al.: “…usually white but sometimes pink or pale yellow to yellowish green…”
i’ve never, ever seen it this color before.
YELLOW!! SO COOL!
Created: 2012-05-27 03:00:12 CEST (+0200)
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