life in the trees

"One persons craziness is another person's reality."- Tim Burton

Its not that I'm antisocial. Its just that I would rather spend my time poking at bacteria than partaking in social interaction.

Onn another note: I appreciate all those who follow me and I thank you for your patience. :) you are all beautifully unique specimens









Jokes on you I took your virginity

There’s an old Earth saying, Captain. A phrase of great power, and wisdom, and consolation to the soul in times of need. What’s that, then? 


science-junkie:

Inside a Changing Autumn Leaf
One of the great wonders of life is watching the leaves change colors in the fall. When temperatures get cool, chlorophyll begins to break down revealing the underlying pigments in the plants’ sap. This depiction of the inner-workings of a maple leaf shows the process in action.
Sorce: SciAm Blog Network

science-junkie:

Inside a Changing Autumn Leaf

One of the great wonders of life is watching the leaves change colors in the fall. When temperatures get cool, chlorophyll begins to break down revealing the underlying pigments in the plants’ sap. This depiction of the inner-workings of a maple leaf shows the process in action.

Sorce: SciAm Blog Network



libutron:

Sky Blue mushroom - Entoloma hochstetteri
Native to New Zealand and also found in India, there is no doubt that Entoloma hochstetteri (Entolomataceae) is one of the most distinctive mushrooms in the world due to its striking blue color.
Edibility of this beautiful mushroom is unknown and it may be poisonous as many of the genus Entoloma are. The blue color of the fruiting body is due to three azulene pigments and the mushroom is blue in its entirety including the gills and stipe, which is often twisted.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Yvan Richard | Locality: Horokino, Waikato, New Zealand (2007)

libutron:

Sky Blue mushroom - Entoloma hochstetteri

Native to New Zealand and also found in India, there is no doubt that Entoloma hochstetteri (Entolomataceae) is one of the most distinctive mushrooms in the world due to its striking blue color.

Edibility of this beautiful mushroom is unknown and it may be poisonous as many of the genus Entoloma are. The blue color of the fruiting body is due to three azulene pigments and the mushroom is blue in its entirety including the gills and stipe, which is often twisted.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Yvan Richard | Locality: Horokino, Waikato, New Zealand (2007)



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