Fungi: Poisonous Fungi

Poisonous Fungi 1. Berala-Lidcombe Berala-Lidcombe is a genus of toxic fungi in the order of Hymenogastraceaed, family Agaricalesi 2. Berala-Lidcombe Berala-Lidcombe is a genus of toxic fungi in the order of Hymenogastraceaed, family Agaricalesi 3. Berala-Lidcombe Berala-Lidcombe is a genus of toxic fungi in the order of Hymenogastraceaed, family Agaricalesi David's Drawings Lidcombe is a place in Australia in the suburb of Auburn. On the …

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Fauna: Pi Pi Shells

Pi Pi Shells 1. Ancylocerapina The Ancylocerapina were a coretra suborder of ammonitea, evidently related to the sub-order Lypouatina Fig Y Half Shell Fig X Open Sleeve Fig Z Innards Cavity 2. Fig Y Half Shell 3. Fig X Open Sleeve 4. Fig Z Innards Cavity Information from Wikipedia: Paphies australis or pipi (from the …

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Insects: Mote Drawings

Re-filed into Insects from Fungi Mote Drawings1. Cilia strands for airborne transferEgg sac inline to ovipositor/drill/proboscisAlternating diagonal muscle strands for puncture and incubation2. Mote Drawing3a. Single Mote breaks from swarmImplants into hostProboscis drills into dermisPassing eggs through duel  proboscis/ovipositor to inseminate host3b. Single Mote breaks from swarmImplants into hostProboscis drills into dermisPassing eggs through duel  proboscis/ovipositor to inseminate host4. Leg Detail5. Ovipositor DetailVascular StructureDermal LayerMuscle Strands6. Egg …

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Fungi: Puff Spores

Puff Spores Basidiomycota Puff Ball Fungus Illustration by Dane Hallett 1. Clostridio tetani(Clostridia tetani ) - sanaerobic pathogena (anaerobic pathogen ) 2. Euniceral strains are found on countless varieties of (the) substrate and requires acid fermentation in harsh conditions. to produce acid for its offspring 3. Once the spore has reached fertility, toxins are injected into the host's bloodstream …

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Flora: The Pitcher Plant

  PITCHER PLANT   Fig. A (plan view) Local pitcher plants proved useful in the collection of many small animals and insects to the point where often it became preferable to other methods. They are fairly aggressive and use the natural rainwater to catalyse an enzyme genetically similar to the ammonite mucus mentioned previously. This …

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