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Blair. Forever fascinated by those things that make my heart beat faster. Cats, MJ, music and good vibes. 🌸 Nature child. xxb



Arctic Wolf Approach by Josef Gelernter


Because of the fact that I live in basically the desert, it is never moist enough for mushrooms to grow and therefore I never was able to see a faery ring. So I decided to make my own, and I am really happy with how it turned out. Now I get to see a faery ring every day!

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"Tomorrow could be the someday you’ve been waiting for."
William Chapman (via e-ndorphins)

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Charcoal loving elf-cup
Geopyxis carbonaria (Pezizales - Pyrenomataceae) is one of the most abundant postfire discomycetes in boreal forests, hence its common name. 
After a boreal forest fire, fruiting bodies (ascocarps) of G. carbonaria disperse their ascospores to the surrounding healthy forests, making the re-establishment of a biotrophic association possible. However, by possessing features such as saprotrophic ability, rapidly germinating ascospores, and adaptations to cope with the postfire conditions (e.g. tolerance to high pH level and low water-holding capacity of the substrate) the fungus may provide an in situ inoculum for the spruce seedlings which revegetate the fires sites.
This species has been recorded in Europe and North America.
References: [1] - [2] - [3] - [4]
Photo credit: ©Tatiana Bulyonkova
Locality: Akademgorodok, Siberia, Russia



someone form a drum and bagel corps with me. it’ll be just like normal drum corps except all equipment will be replaced with bagels

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now i’ve got you in my space
i won’t let go of you
got you shackled in my embrace
i’m latching on to you

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🌸 diversity 🌸


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