RFT2MW1G–mushrooms, russula emetica, the sickener, russulaceae
RM2E1NBK8–Fungus in the forest, Sulphur Tuft or Clustered Woodlover (Hypholoma fasciculare), Bavaria, Germany, Europe), Bavaria, Germany, Europe
RMHEWGXF–The jelly fungi comprise a diverse and complicated group within the Basidiomycetes. Identification of species often hinges on microscopic examination, and things are further complicated by the fact that it is often difficult to transport a jelly fungus home in "examinable" condition, to say nothing of the difficulties encountered with trying to dry and preserve specimens.
RMG0DG75–Blackfoot Polypore grows mainly on deciduous trees
RM2K5E140–Geastrales is an order of gasterocarpic basidiomycetes (fungi) that are related to Cantharellales. The order contains the single family Geastraceae, commonly known as 'earthstars', which older classifications had placed in Lycoperdales, or Phallales. Approximately 64 species are classified in this family, divided among eight genera Credit: BSpragg
RF2D9C595–Bald Krempling, Paxillus involutus, growing in a forest near Marl, Germany
RFKW1G44–Wild golden needle mushrooms increased on the trunk of an old stump (Flammulina velutipes)
RFKMYYNB–Bunch of autumnal puffball Basidiomycetes Div. fungus close up
RM2JKFTBE–The Human Microbiome Project, which was launched by the NIH in 2007, provided the first insight into the microbial life of healthy humans and explores possible relationships between particular human diseases and the microbiome. (Clockwise from top left): Streptococcus (Credit: Tom Schmidt) Mixed species microbial biofilm, from the human body (Credit: A. Earl, Broad Institute/MIT) Bacillus (Credit : Tom Schmidt) Malassezia lopophilis (Credit: JH Carr, CDC).