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Daemon
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Slime Molds

Possessing complex life cycles that can be divided into both animallike and plantlike phases, slime molds are any of about 500 species of primitive organisms that contain true nuclei. Consequently, they have gone from being regarded as fungi to being classified within the kingdom Protista. They typically thrive in dark, cool, moist places, like forest floors, and feed on living microorganisms, such as bacteria, yeasts, and decaying vegetation. Can slime molds move on their own? More...
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Slime Molds
Possessing complex life cycles that can be divided into both animallike and plantlike phases, slime molds are any of about 500 species of primitive organisms that contain true nuclei. Consequently, they have gone from being regarded as fungi to being classified within the kingdom Protista. They typically thrive in dark, cool, moist places, like forest floors, and feed on living microorganisms, such as bacteria, yeasts, and decaying vegetation.
jorel scott
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Nice information smile molds
Mouldy
Posted: Thursday, January 24, 2019 9:29:45 PM

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That's interesting, slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer categorized as fungi.

Mouldy - cleaning up the mould one spore at a time.
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