Slideshow Share image « « Lobaria sachalinensis , fertile lobe with red fruit bodies » Image credit... A single teaspoon of fertile soil can contain more than a billion organisms, more than twice the... Charcoal placed in a fertile garden for a few months showing how crop roots (Swiss chard) and fungi... Figure 8. The fertile surface of one of the specimens shown in Fig. 7. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 7. Just a little of the cup structure remains at the base of the shelf. It's enough to... Plant and fungus? Naaaah...any gardener would now have his spines up as fungi are universally... Figure 3. The lower or fertile surface. Note how several caps have fused together. Photo © Gary... Laboulbenia flagellata , from Platynus decentis (Coleoptera, Carabidae) | Scale bar = 100 µm | ©... Figure 6. Poroid area of the fertile surface of Trametes elegans. Photo © Gary Emberger. Home |... ‘ Zapper’ is the generic term for an electronic device invented by Dr. Hulda Clark , PhD ND and her... Figure 5. This specimen was photographed at the NEMF 2003 foray. Photo © Gary Emberger. Home | Shape... Figure 8. The fertile inner surfaces of these young specimens are whitish. These specimens occurred... Figure 3. The fertile, smooth underside is visible on the right compared to the sterile upper... Figure 6. A closer view of the greenish fertile areas of the cup interiors surrounded by the yellow... Figure 9 Bracket or Crust Fungi with pores on fertile surface Figure 2. Note the white sterile surface, brownish fertile surface, and recurved margin on this... Figure 5. Lycoperdon perlatum turns a buff or yellow- brown color with age. Photo © Larry Grand. Figure 8 Stereum hirsutum A fertile head of Sporodiniella umbellata Figure 4. The lower fertile, basida-bearing surfaces of several caps. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 1. Wrinkled fertile surface and wooly white caps of Phlebia tremellosa . Photo © Gary... Figure 5. The individual teeth may be several mm in length. Photo © Gary Emberger. Home | Shape key... Fungi are.......... extraordinary organisms which are neither plants, nor animals. one of the most... Figure 1. Clusters of Chlorosplenium chlora on a decaying branch. Photo © Gary Emberger. RM Price this image More by Member Find Similar Fungus on the Forest Floor Image ID FOT203878... Figure 4. Crater cup and devil's urn are such appropriate names for this fungus. Photo © David Work. Figure 2. Fertile surface view of Phlebia tremellosa . Photo © TomVolk.