Time flies

Partly sunny or partly cloudy? The National Weather Service says the terms mean the same during daylight hours. I would say it was both today. LOL. However, at night the partly cloudy term is obviously the only appropriate phrase. Certainly the temperature was great. Regardless, I found some interesting stuff.

A fallen mushroom let the sunlight glow through. The ants are often visitors on fungi.
The mushroom still had its skirt but was not attached any longer. The skirt is the partial veil that remains after the mushroom fully opens to expose its gills.
A puffball that looks like it had ears and an eye. Well, I can see that. LOL.
Tiny mushroom!

A few days ago I thought this puffball looked like it had two eyes and mouth. Not so much now.
Someone thought the center filling was the good part like an Oreo’s cream filling.
First stinkhorn (Phallus) today had been pushed over. You can see the sack or also called a volva at the bottom. This is where the immature fruit develops.

A second stinkhorn had been ripped apart.

Stinkhorns are hollow. And the tiny flies were all over it.

Time flies for a crab spider (Thomisidae) on the side of the above stinkhorn or maybe not as it was waiting for a meal. πŸ˜‰

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The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know


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