RMK2DA1K–Slime mould (Physarum sp) plasmodium growing across rotting wood, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
RMB1M2TJ–Fuligo septica myxomycete. A yellow slime mould growing on rotting wood
RMHWTJ17–Slime mould (Lycogala species)
RMW2YGB1–slime mould, (Comatricha nigra)
RFF46WWP–Slime mould, scrambled egg slime or flowers of tan (Fuligo septica), Lower Saxony, Germany
RMBTKCF2–Slime mould (Stemonitis fusca), immature fruit-bodies on a log, UK.
RMWA6JB9–A slime mould, 'salmon eggs', Trichia decipiens, on old wood in spring, Exmoor.
RMAKNADW–Slime mould - Fuligo septica
RFS378G6–Yellow Slime Mould topped with holly sapling
RF2B05J2T–Collembola feeding on yellow slime mould
RMDEW76D–Slime Mould (Tubulifera arachnoidea)
RF2EGB0CG–Plasmodium stage of a slime mould. In montane rainforest near Cosanga, ECuador
RMH3E0DH–Tehidy Woods, Cornwall, UK. 7th October 2016. The weekend marks many events to celebrate UK Fungus day on 9th October. Seen here a slime mould, which isn't actually a fungus. Credit: Simon Maycock/Alamy Live News
RFT1DRFG–Orange slime mold or mould, Trichia decipiens
RMAGHTWK–Close up of dog vomit slime mould (Fuligo septica or Mucor septicus).
RM2BAP6W5–Slime mold, about 1.3mm in height, likely Didymium nigripes or similar Didymium sp.
RF2D4PP9T–Fuligo septica, slime mold, scrambled egg slime fungus on tree stump closeup selective focus
RFKHE1W4–Ascocoryne sarcoides mushrooms (slime mould) on an old stump