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Slime molds

Looking online, I have found significant ambiguities in the classification of slime molds.
Here is one version:

Kingdom: Amoebozoa
Phylum: Mycetozoa
Class: Myxomycetes
Order: Physarales
Family: Physaraceae

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Great balls of slime

slime mold
Likely Leocarpus fragilis
per Fred Stevens
Stanford
December, 2012
This seems to be one of the more commonly found and photographed slime molds, but it displays quite a range of diversity in its appearance.

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Up close and slimy

slime mold
Stanford
December, 2012

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Dog vomit

slime mold
Dog vomit or deer vomit (Fuligo septica)
Stanford
March 3, 2013
ID per Fred Stevens
This specimen was incredibly evanescent. Several hours after this photo the colony had turned dark and dry.

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Tasmania

Vomitous slime mold

dog vomit
Dog vomit or scambled eggs slime mold
Fuligo septica
April, 2012

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Or if you prefer, scrambled eggs

dog vomit
Dog vomit or scambled eggs slime mold
Fuligo septica
April, 2012

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Palo Alto

Or deer vomit

dog vomit
Fuligo septica
April 8, 2014

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Web of slime

dog vomit
Fuligo septica
April 8, 2014

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Modified: April 9, 2014
Created: December 29, 2012siegelr@stanford.edu