bluereverie:

A little corner of my world…

bluereverie:

A little corner of my world…

(via bluereverie)

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youaremynirvana:

hoelita:

female sloths literally scream when they want sex and can be heard up to 700 meters away

same

(Source: babefield, via supernovaqirl)

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curious-sheep:

June 15, 2014, Sunset Bay State Park, Oregon, USA

I know someone posted a photo of these recently and they had been identified. “Oh, I’ll remember how to find it again later,” I thought. Haha.

I know that that’s water on the outside, not some kind of goo like you see from bleeding teeth. I also remember that their appearance means that the tree is pretty recently dead. It also has pores underneath, though it’s hard to see. Although, it’s possible that there are two different fungi above… shoot.

(via mycology)

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1 week ago
fungipunk:

The beautiful Fly Agaric

fungipunk:

The beautiful Fly Agaric

(via mycology)

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benvironment:

I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus etc…..

benvironment:

I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus I will not laugh at the freaky fungus etc…..

(via mycology)

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libutron:

Violet Webcap  
Cortinarius violaceus (Cortinariaceae) is entirely violet, purple or blue, sometimes so dark that it appears to be black and, viewed from above, can easily be mistaken for a blackened dead leaf. At up to 12cm in cap diameter, this is a very striking mushroom indeed.
This mushroom is regarded as rare, but occurs in America and Europe.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Thomas O’Keefe
Locality: Baker River Trail, Mt. Baker Noisy Diobsud Roadless Area, Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington, US

libutron:

Violet Webcap  

Cortinarius violaceus (Cortinariaceae) is entirely violet, purple or blue, sometimes so dark that it appears to be black and, viewed from above, can easily be mistaken for a blackened dead leaf. At up to 12cm in cap diameter, this is a very striking mushroom indeed.

This mushroom is regarded as rare, but occurs in America and Europe.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Thomas O’Keefe

Locality: Baker River Trail, Mt. Baker Noisy Diobsud Roadless Area, Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington, US

(via mycology)

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rachaeldee:

getfitgirll:

always reblog. Yoga for the win

:) 

rachaeldee:

getfitgirll:

always reblog. Yoga for the win

:) 

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Frank Ocean (via quotestuff)

(Source: jackiekeaki, via rachaeldee)

Don’t confuse my personality with my attitude. My personality is who I am. My attitude depends on who you are.
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