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Inktviszwam (foto: Saxifraga Foundation - Jan van der Straten)

Inktviszwam (foto: Saxifraga Foundation - Jan van der Straten)

BBC - How durable are fingerprints?

How durable is a fingerprint?

By Attorney Patrick Noaker, October 2015 Fingerprint Evidence is very common in criminal cases. The science of fingerprint examination rests entirely upon the premise that fingerprints are unc…

Roodbruine slanke amaniet - amanita fulva

Roodbruine slanke amaniet - amanita fulva

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✹ Orange Fan (Anthracophyllum archeri) - Small fungi found on dead wood in native forests. Pale orange in drier areas to vibrant red in wetter areas and sometimes in great numbers that often overlap each other. (Photo by

Another really delicious mushroom "grote sponszwam" or cauliflour mushroom (Sparassis crispa).  Looks like some brains in the woods. Maybe one of the best mushrooms I've ever tasted, however the penny bun (or porcino) comes close.

Another really delicious mushroom "grote sponszwam" or cauliflour mushroom (Sparassis crispa). Looks like some brains in the woods. Maybe one of the best mushrooms I've ever tasted, however the penny bun (or porcino) comes close.

Handprint Spider Webs

A little paint, a little creativity and you'll have some fantastic party keepsakes using these with handprint and footprint party activities!

awesome Heaven can wait: The Most Powerful Hallucinogen

Heaven can wait: The Most Powerful Hallucinogen

Elegant Pink Mushrooms, so pretty and unusual. I have always loved Pink. I know it's in Vogue right Now, But it's always been my favorite Color. My bedroom furniture as a Girl was all Pink. I had the coolest room. Thanks Mom.

Caloplaca ignea, the "flame lichen" (orange) with a species of yellow Acarospora ("cobblestone lichen" or "cracked lichen") or Pleopsidium on "tombstone slate" in the Sierra foothills, California.  Photograph copyright Stephen/Sylvia Sharnoff

Caloplaca ignea, the "flame lichen" (orange) with a species of yellow Acarospora ("cobblestone lichen" or "cracked lichen") or Pleopsidium on "tombstone slate" in the Sierra foothills, California

I love stepping on these! Asher does too

Purchawka chropowata (Lycoperdon perlatum) ejecting spores More known as Puffball mushroom - step on one of these and dust will shoot out every single step

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