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Stalked Puffball-in-aspic (Calostoma cinnabarina) pair sending a cloud of spores into the air, cloud forest, Costa Rica  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00511067 Stalked Puffball-in-aspic (Calostoma cinnabarina) pair sending a cloud of spores into the air, cloud forest, Costa Rica© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Polytrichum Moss (Polytrichum sp) dispersing spores onto air currents  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770764 Polytrichum Moss (Polytrichum sp) dispersing spores onto air currents© Stephen Dalton
Club Fungus (Lycoperdon sp) disbursing spores into air, edible when young  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770255 Club Fungus (Lycoperdon sp) disbursing spores into air, edible when young© Stephen Dalton
Gill Mushroom (Filoboletus sp) group with bioluminescence which serves to attract nocturnal insects that aid in spore dispersal, Bako National Park, Malaysia  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00451014 Gill Mushroom (Filoboletus sp) group with bioluminescence which serves to attract nocturnal insects that aid in spore dispersal, Bako National Park, Malaysia© Chien Lee
Gill Mushroom (Filoboletus sp) group with bioluminescence which serves to attract nocturnal insects that aid in spore dispersal, Bako National Park, Malaysia  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00451013 Gill Mushroom (Filoboletus sp) group with bioluminescence which serves to attract nocturnal insects that aid in spore dispersal, Bako National Park, Malaysia© Chien Lee
Collared Earthstar (Geastrum triplex) emitting spores, Military Domain Groot Schietveld, Campine, Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium  -  Danny Laps/ NiS
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70020018 Collared Earthstar (Geastrum triplex) emitting spores, Military Domain Groot Schietveld, Campine, Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium© Danny Laps/ NiS
Common Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) mushroom attracting flies which disperse spores, Ruurlo, Netherlands  -  Jan-Luc van Eijk/ Buiten-beeld
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00516397 Common Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) mushroom attracting flies which disperse spores, Ruurlo, Netherlands© Jan-Luc van Eijk/ Buiten-beeld
Velvet shank fungus (Flammulina velutipes) on wood, showing spore dispersal pattern over 16 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE
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90834726 Velvet shank fungus (Flammulina velutipes) on wood, showing spore dispersal pattern over 16 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE© Yves Lanceau
The parasol fungus (Macrolepiota procera) edible, showing spore dispersal pattern over 12 hours on black card
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90834712 The parasol fungus (Macrolepiota procera) edible, showing spore dispersal pattern over 12 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Edible chanterelle fungus (Cantharellus cibarius) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834699 Edible chanterelle fungus (Cantharellus cibarius) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
False death cap fungus (Amanita citrina var. alba) showing spore dispersal pattern over 22 hours on black card
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90834698 False death cap fungus (Amanita citrina var. alba) showing spore dispersal pattern over 22 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Ringed knight cap fungus (Tricholoma cingulatum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE
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90834695 Ringed knight cap fungus (Tricholoma cingulatum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE© Yves Lanceau
Death cap fungus (Amanita phalloides) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 20 hours on black card
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90834694 Death cap fungus (Amanita phalloides) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 20 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Common Puffball fungus (Lycoperdon perlatum) emitting spores into the air
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90834688 Common Puffball fungus (Lycoperdon perlatum) emitting spores into the air© Yves Lanceau
Ringed Knight cap fungi (Tricholoma cingulatum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 14 hours on black card
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90834685 Ringed Knight cap fungi (Tricholoma cingulatum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 14 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Cauliflower Fungus (Sparassis crispa) showing pattern of spore dispersal over 42 hour period on black card
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90834680 Cauliflower Fungus (Sparassis crispa) showing pattern of spore dispersal over 42 hour period on black card© Yves Lanceau
Devil's Snuffbox (Lycoperdon perlatum) releasing spores after being hit by a water droplet, Nagasaki, Japan. Sequence 3 of 4  -  Satoshi Kuribayashi/ Nature Prod
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00405739 Devil's Snuffbox (Lycoperdon perlatum) releasing spores after being hit by a water droplet, Nagasaki, Japan. Sequence 3 of 4© Satoshi Kuribayashi/ Nature Production
Slime mould (Lamproderma arcyrionema) sporangium with empty capillitium following spore dispersal, close-up. Buckinghamshire, England, UK. August. Focus stacked image.
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90859958 Slime mould (Lamproderma arcyrionema) sporangium with empty capillitium following spore dispersal, close-up. Buckinghamshire, England, UK. August. Focus stacked image.©
Candlesnuff fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon) dispersing spores in wind. Surrey, England, UK. November.
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90859923 Candlesnuff fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon) dispersing spores in wind. Surrey, England, UK. November.©
Slime mould (Stemonitis sp) sporangia, empty feather like capillitia after spore dispersal. Buckinghamshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.
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90859833 Slime mould (Stemonitis sp) sporangia, empty feather like capillitia after spore dispersal. Buckinghamshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.©
Slime mould (Comatricha nigra) sporangia with empty capillitia after spore dispersal. Hertfordshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.
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90859784 Slime mould (Comatricha nigra) sporangia with empty capillitia after spore dispersal. Hertfordshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.©
Slime mould (Comatricha nigra) sporangia with empty capillitia after spore dispersal. Hertfordshire, England, UK, November. Focus stacked image.
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90859783 Slime mould (Comatricha nigra) sporangia with empty capillitia after spore dispersal. Hertfordshire, England, UK, November. Focus stacked image.©
Slime mould (Stemonitis splendens) sporangia at spore dispersal stage on rotting log, Hertfordshire, England, UK, July - Focus Stacked
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90840774 Slime mould (Stemonitis splendens) sporangia at spore dispersal stage on rotting log, Hertfordshire, England, UK, July - Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Slime mould (Stemonitis splendens) sporangia beginning to change to spore dispersal stage on rotting log, Hertfordshire, England, UK, July - Focus Stacked
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90840773 Slime mould (Stemonitis splendens) sporangia beginning to change to spore dispersal stage on rotting log, Hertfordshire, England, UK, July - Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Stump puffball (Lycoperdon pyriforme) releasing spores, Ringwood, Hampshire, England, UK, November.
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90839319 Stump puffball (Lycoperdon pyriforme) releasing spores, Ringwood, Hampshire, England, UK, November.© Mike Read
Stump puffball (Lycoperdon pyriforme) releasing spores, Ringwood, Hampshire, England, UK, November.
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90839318 Stump puffball (Lycoperdon pyriforme) releasing spores, Ringwood, Hampshire, England, UK, November.© Mike Read
Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November
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90839317 Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November© Mike Read
Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November
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90839316 Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November© Mike Read
Basket Stinkhorn (Clathrus ruber) a fungus which resembles and smells like rotten flesh attracting flies as spore dispersers, near Castel Giorgio, Orvieto, Umbria, Italy, September
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90834756 Basket Stinkhorn (Clathrus ruber) a fungus which resembles and smells like rotten flesh attracting flies as spore dispersers, near Castel Giorgio, Orvieto, Umbria, Italy, September© Paul Harcourt Davies
Photographer Yves Lanceau in his studio photographing spore dispersal pattern of False Death Cap fungus (Amanita citrina var. alba)
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90834731 Photographer Yves Lanceau in his studio photographing spore dispersal pattern of False Death Cap fungus (Amanita citrina var. alba)© Yves Lanceau
Cultivated mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) edible,  showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on white card
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90834730 Cultivated mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) edible, showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on white card© Yves Lanceau
Bitter poisonpie fungus (Hebeloma sinapizans) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card
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90834729 Bitter poisonpie fungus (Hebeloma sinapizans) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Yves Lanceau in his studio photographing spore dispersal pattern of False Death Cap fungus (Amanita citrina var. alba)
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90834728 Yves Lanceau in his studio photographing spore dispersal pattern of False Death Cap fungus (Amanita citrina var. alba)© Yves Lanceau
Death cap fungus (Amanita phalloides) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834727 Death cap fungus (Amanita phalloides) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Pink mycena fungus (Mycena rosea) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834725 Pink mycena fungus (Mycena rosea) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Fungus (Pseudoclitocybe cyathiformis) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834724 Fungus (Pseudoclitocybe cyathiformis) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Ringed knight fungus (Tricholoma cingulatum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE
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90834723 Ringed knight fungus (Tricholoma cingulatum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE© Yves Lanceau
Fungus (Tricholoma auratum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card
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90834722 Fungus (Tricholoma auratum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Weeping bolete fungus (Suillus granulatus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834721 Weeping bolete fungus (Suillus granulatus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Chanterelle fungus (Cantharellus cibarius) edible, showing spore dispersal pattern over 48 hours on black card
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90834720 Chanterelle fungus (Cantharellus cibarius) edible, showing spore dispersal pattern over 48 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Violet webcap fungus (Cortinarius violaceus) base of stalk showing spore dispersal pattern over 48 hours on white card
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90834719 Violet webcap fungus (Cortinarius violaceus) base of stalk showing spore dispersal pattern over 48 hours on white card© Yves Lanceau
Milkcap fungus (Lactarius sp) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834718 Milkcap fungus (Lactarius sp) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Fungus (Russula sp) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card
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90834717 Fungus (Russula sp) showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Common funnel cap fungus (Clitocybe gibba) showing spore dispersal pattern over 30 hours on black card
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90834716 Common funnel cap fungus (Clitocybe gibba) showing spore dispersal pattern over 30 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Ringed Knight cap fungi (Tricholoma cingulatum) on clod of earth, showing spore dispersal pattern over 30 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE
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90834715 Ringed Knight cap fungi (Tricholoma cingulatum) on clod of earth, showing spore dispersal pattern over 30 hours on black card- NOT ON WEBSITE© Yves Lanceau
Milkcap fungus (Lactarius controversus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834714 Milkcap fungus (Lactarius controversus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Lilac bonnet fungus (Mycena pura) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card
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90834713 Lilac bonnet fungus (Mycena pura) poisonous, showing spore dispersal pattern over 18 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Fungus (Tricholoma pseudoalbum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834711 Fungus (Tricholoma pseudoalbum) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Cauliflower fungus (Sparassis crispa) showing spore dispersal pattern over 48 hours on black card
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90834710 Cauliflower fungus (Sparassis crispa) showing spore dispersal pattern over 48 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
Brown roll rim fungus (Paxillus involutus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card
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90834709 Brown roll rim fungus (Paxillus involutus) showing spore dispersal pattern over 24 hours on black card© Yves Lanceau
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