The Ping Pong Tree Sponge, (Chondrocladia Lampadiglobus) lives more than 1.5 miles beneath the surface of the ocean and is carnivorous. Photo by Claire Nouvian
(Cortinarius violaceus), Monte Olimpo, Grecia
40 Maravillosos hongos que harán que jamás vuelvas a llamarlos "asquerosos"
Researchers at the University of Manchester have discovered millions of Aspergillus spores in our pillows, as well as a possible symbiotic relationship that is
Split Gill Fungus (Schizophyllum commune) ~ By SauriaMami. Another amazing medicinal fungi
Green glass fungi green - colour shades to inspire art, design or new fused glass goodies at Latch Farm Studios www.latchfarmstudios.co.uk
Coral Tooth Fungus (Hericium Coralloides) …
Sponge - A beautiful Haliclona sp. specimen from Chek Jawa, Singapore. Haliclona permollis showing multiple chimneys of a single individual sponge. Seawater is pumped continuously through a sponge by the beating activity of flagella that line the internal cavities. Water is drawn into the sponge through many small intake openings located on the outside surface and is released from exhalent openings on chimneys and vented away.