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Castle Island, Roscommon, Ireland

phantomsofa:

Castle Island, Roscommon, Ireland

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todassomosmanas:

All right Mr. DeMille, I´m ready for my close-up.

todassomosmanas:

All right Mr. DeMille, I´m ready for my close-up.

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Clathrus archeri | ©Steve Reekie   (Aotearoa, New Zealand)
A phalloid fungi (Phallales - Pallaceae) commonly known as Devil’s fingers or Octopus stinkhorn, quite distinctive by its form, color and foul-smelling.
Clathrus archeri is native to Australia and New Zealand, and has been introduced in parts of Europe, North America and the United Kingdom.
The Octopus stinkhorn has a gelatinous egg stage from which the fruitbody arises, its four to eight reddish arms each coated with dark, foul-smelling tissue. The unpleasant odor attracts flies which disperse the spores.
[Source]

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Clathrus archeri | ©Steve Reekie   (Aotearoa, New Zealand)

A phalloid fungi (Phallales - Pallaceae) commonly known as Devil’s fingers or Octopus stinkhorn, quite distinctive by its form, color and foul-smelling.

Clathrus archeri is native to Australia and New Zealand, and has been introduced in parts of Europe, North America and the United Kingdom.

The Octopus stinkhorn has a gelatinous egg stage from which the fruitbody arises, its four to eight reddish arms each coated with dark, foul-smelling tissue. The unpleasant odor attracts flies which disperse the spores.

[Source]

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Scutellinia kerguelensis | ©Hans-Peter Hein   (Tostedt, Niedersachsen, Germany)
Scutellinia kerguelensis is a rare species of ascomycete, characterized by forming gregarious apothecia to 8 mm in diameter, disk-shaped, with red orange hymenium, differentiated margin, and short hairs underneath of disc edge.
This fungus is distributed mainly in Europe, but there are also records in isolated locations in North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica.
Fungi - Ascomycota - Pezizomycetes - Pezizales - Pyronemataceae - Scutellinia - Scutellinia kerguelensis (Berk.) Kuntze 1891

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Scutellinia kerguelensis | ©Hans-Peter Hein   (Tostedt, Niedersachsen, Germany)

Scutellinia kerguelensis is a rare species of ascomycete, characterized by forming gregarious apothecia to 8 mm in diameter, disk-shaped, with red orange hymenium, differentiated margin, and short hairs underneath of disc edge.

This fungus is distributed mainly in Europe, but there are also records in isolated locations in North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica.

Fungi - Ascomycota - Pezizomycetes - Pezizales - Pyronemataceae - Scutellinia - Scutellinia kerguelensis (Berk.) Kuntze 1891

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Blue starfish | ©Saspotato   (Beqa Lagoon Resort, Fiji, South Pacific)
Linckia laevigata (Ophidiasteridae) inhabits the tropical waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, from the western Indian Ocean to southeastern Polynesia.
This sea star or starfish is characterized by five cylindrical arms with a bright blue or light blue body color and yellow tube feet. Green, pink, and yellow colors have also been observed. Individuals can grow up to 30 to 40 centimeters across.
[Source]

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Blue starfish | ©Saspotato   (Beqa Lagoon Resort, Fiji, South Pacific)

Linckia laevigata (Ophidiasteridae) inhabits the tropical waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, from the western Indian Ocean to southeastern Polynesia.

This sea star or starfish is characterized by five cylindrical arms with a bright blue or light blue body color and yellow tube feet. Green, pink, and yellow colors have also been observed. Individuals can grow up to 30 to 40 centimeters across.

[Source]

(via occultronic)

phantomsofa:

Castle Island, Roscommon, Ireland

phantomsofa:

Castle Island, Roscommon, Ireland

(via breathe-of-midwinter)

todassomosmanas:

All right Mr. DeMille, I´m ready for my close-up.

todassomosmanas:

All right Mr. DeMille, I´m ready for my close-up.

(Source: kittiezandtittiez, via occultronic)

libutron:

Clathrus archeri | ©Steve Reekie   (Aotearoa, New Zealand)
A phalloid fungi (Phallales - Pallaceae) commonly known as Devil’s fingers or Octopus stinkhorn, quite distinctive by its form, color and foul-smelling.
Clathrus archeri is native to Australia and New Zealand, and has been introduced in parts of Europe, North America and the United Kingdom.
The Octopus stinkhorn has a gelatinous egg stage from which the fruitbody arises, its four to eight reddish arms each coated with dark, foul-smelling tissue. The unpleasant odor attracts flies which disperse the spores.
[Source]

libutron:

Clathrus archeri | ©Steve Reekie   (Aotearoa, New Zealand)

A phalloid fungi (Phallales - Pallaceae) commonly known as Devil’s fingers or Octopus stinkhorn, quite distinctive by its form, color and foul-smelling.

Clathrus archeri is native to Australia and New Zealand, and has been introduced in parts of Europe, North America and the United Kingdom.

The Octopus stinkhorn has a gelatinous egg stage from which the fruitbody arises, its four to eight reddish arms each coated with dark, foul-smelling tissue. The unpleasant odor attracts flies which disperse the spores.

[Source]

(via occultronic)

(Source: feralgoddess)

libutron:

Scutellinia kerguelensis | ©Hans-Peter Hein   (Tostedt, Niedersachsen, Germany)
Scutellinia kerguelensis is a rare species of ascomycete, characterized by forming gregarious apothecia to 8 mm in diameter, disk-shaped, with red orange hymenium, differentiated margin, and short hairs underneath of disc edge.
This fungus is distributed mainly in Europe, but there are also records in isolated locations in North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica.
Fungi - Ascomycota - Pezizomycetes - Pezizales - Pyronemataceae - Scutellinia - Scutellinia kerguelensis (Berk.) Kuntze 1891

libutron:

Scutellinia kerguelensis | ©Hans-Peter Hein   (Tostedt, Niedersachsen, Germany)

Scutellinia kerguelensis is a rare species of ascomycete, characterized by forming gregarious apothecia to 8 mm in diameter, disk-shaped, with red orange hymenium, differentiated margin, and short hairs underneath of disc edge.

This fungus is distributed mainly in Europe, but there are also records in isolated locations in North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica.

Fungi - Ascomycota - Pezizomycetes - Pezizales - Pyronemataceae - Scutellinia - Scutellinia kerguelensis (Berk.) Kuntze 1891

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Blue starfish | ©Saspotato   (Beqa Lagoon Resort, Fiji, South Pacific)
Linckia laevigata (Ophidiasteridae) inhabits the tropical waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, from the western Indian Ocean to southeastern Polynesia.
This sea star or starfish is characterized by five cylindrical arms with a bright blue or light blue body color and yellow tube feet. Green, pink, and yellow colors have also been observed. Individuals can grow up to 30 to 40 centimeters across.
[Source]

libutron:

Blue starfish | ©Saspotato   (Beqa Lagoon Resort, Fiji, South Pacific)

Linckia laevigata (Ophidiasteridae) inhabits the tropical waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, from the western Indian Ocean to southeastern Polynesia.

This sea star or starfish is characterized by five cylindrical arms with a bright blue or light blue body color and yellow tube feet. Green, pink, and yellow colors have also been observed. Individuals can grow up to 30 to 40 centimeters across.

[Source]

(via occultronic)

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