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After the lemon* stages the colour changed to chocolate brown the almost liquorice black and then back to chocolate brown again. These were shot with twin or triple flash up to 16 h after initial shots of the lemon phase. Subsequent ones were by sunlight.

* http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1454349

The stereos are crosseye.

The most difficult captures were the frames for the last stereo pair. Those free tubes moved at the very slightest of air movement.

In some images, old colonies are shown in the background. More about them is to come.

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Oct 08, 2016 at 05:44 AM
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Oct 08, 2016 at 05:51 AM
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Weird, neat, interesting, and nicely done Harold ~ Ron


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surfnron wrote:
Weird, neat, interesting, and nicely done Harold ~ Ron


Thanks, Ron.

Harold



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I had been puzzled by some inconsistencies between details I see in my specimen and those in published descriptions.

I now realise that this is because mine is not S. axifera but S.flavogenita. The first images are of the plasmodium, which is usually white it this species, sometime yellow or orange. It was misleading that it normally lives on leaf litter, whereas S. axifera lives on decaying wood, where I found it.

I have altered the title accordingly.

Harold



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