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libutron:

Whitish Bonnet - Mycena vulgaris
These tiny mushrooms are Mycena vulgaris (Mycenaceae), a species characterized by having the stem much longer than cap diameter, and the cap covered with a thin slimy pellicle, separable. This fungus is small, less than 5 cm tall.
The species is gregarious and can be found growing in large number in needle litter in coniferous wood of North America and Europe.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Alex Alonso | Locality: Vallgorguina, Barcelona, Spain

libutron:

Whitish Bonnet - Mycena vulgaris

These tiny mushrooms are Mycena vulgaris (Mycenaceae), a species characterized by having the stem much longer than cap diameter, and the cap covered with a thin slimy pellicle, separable. This fungus is small, less than 5 cm tall.

The species is gregarious and can be found growing in large number in needle litter in coniferous wood of North America and Europe.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Alex Alonso | Locality: Vallgorguina, Barcelona, Spain

epistrophian:

Street Scene, 1990s (detail)
Color Photograph by Ejlat Feuer
Scanned from brochure taken from El Museo del Barrio, NY.
Yea, I know you can see the staples.

epistrophian:

Street Scene, 1990s (detail)

Color Photograph by Ejlat Feuer

Scanned from brochure taken from El Museo del Barrio, NY.

Yea, I know you can see the staples.

battime:

Diphylla ecaudata - Hairy-legged vampire bat
Photo by José Gabriel Martínez Fonseca

battime:

Diphylla ecaudata - Hairy-legged vampire bat

Photo by José Gabriel Martínez Fonseca

Jean-Michel Basquiat

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