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Vrolijke blauwe druifjes met jute voor een stoer effect

Vrolijke blauwe druifjes met jute voor een stoer effect

Ikea prullenbak wordt aardappelbak

Ikea prullenbak wordt aardappelbak

"Campanella caesia, a rare species of fungi, with very few citations, fruiting on Arundo donax, 16-11-201, Riba-roja de Turia."

"Campanella Caesia" "Caesia Campanella a rare species with very few citations Arundo donax on fruiting Riba-roja de Turia. Photo by: Juan Carlos Poveda Molero

Vase HEMA #vases van: http://interieurblog.villadesta.nl/2011/09/oh-la-la-echt-hema.html

Vase HEMA #vases van: http://interieurblog.villadesta.nl/2011/09/oh-la-la-echt-hema.html

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A variation of the bride's veiled found at Phallus indusiatus - veiled stinkhorn fungus.

Morchella

another edible delicious morel Morchella esculenta var. vulgaris ~ © Pauline and Ian Wildlife Images

Veiled Lady || Phallus indusiatus

Veiled Lady Mushroom (Phallus indusiatus) This edible and rather healthful mushroom is used in Chinese cuisine. It is coated in a greenish-brown slime that contains spores -- the slime attracts flies and insects that help disperse the spores.

Wild Mushrooms, Mushroom Fungi, Flowers, Image, Biology, Science Education, Insects, Butterflies, Random Stuff

Chicken of the Woods (Laetiporus sulphureus [Bull.] Murrill) ~ By Vladimír Mikula

Laetiporus sulphureus is a species of bracket fungus (fungus that grows on trees) found in Europe and North America. Its common names are crab-of-the-woods, sulphur polypore, sulphur shelf, and chicken-of-the-woods

How to Dry Hydrangeas - for year round decorating!

How to Dry Hydrangeas

46 #Magical Wild Mushrooms You Won't Believe Are Real ...

Phellodon sinclairii is a native fungus found in beech forests of New Zealand.

Bolletjes op een houtschijf gebonden met glazen bolflesjes met bloemetjes 13,50 te verkrijgen bij CreAnoeska.nl

Bolletjes op een houtschijf gebonden met glazen bolflesjes met bloemetjes 13,50 te verkrijgen bij CreAnoeska.nl

Pilobolus sp. The fastest thing on earth.  The spore is called Pilobolus which accelerates 0-45 mph in the first millimeter of flight.

Pilobolus is a genus of fungi. The fastest thing on earth. The spore is called Pilobolus which accelerates mph in the first millimeter of flight.

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