...could use that kind of attention.
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
Not a bad choice of music, I guess. Sounds vaguely fungus-y.
I cannot possibly believe this isn't already here. This is the sweetest part of this episode.
|William Burns |
Anyone know who did the music?
I'm such a dork. I yelled out STINKHORN! as soon as I saw it come out of the ground. Total nerd.
It is called an indusium and helps disperse the fetid smell of the stinkhorn's slime over a larger area. The slime attracts the flies which carry the spores around.
Amazingly the stinkhorn drops its net in a matter of 30 minutes, which means you can literally watch this happen in front of you in real time if you really wanted to.
|Albuquerque Halsey |
1:15 creep colony construction completed
|Billy the Poet |
Everyone has to save against poison/paralysis or that stuff will start growing in your brain.
Oh man! The stinkhorn had a leaf on it. On a tv show! How embarassing for it!
Nature is at its most creepy and horrifying when it's pulsating. Why is that?
Someone should have thought to do a time lapse like this of that Phillipino Swamp Thing guy. That's what his makes me think of: horrible, mutant strains of HPV.
Needs the Mycon theme from Star Control 2.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
That was some appropriate mushroom growing music.
|Caminante Nocturno |
|Wonko the Sane |
My, that was a yummy slime mold!
|Syd Midnight |
+5 because I get to repeat my favorite slime mold related British headline, re: a slime mold slug solving a simple maze: "OOZE A CLEVER BOY?"
I could watch that for hours.
THERE IS NOTHING SEXUAL ABOUT MUSHROOMS! THERE IS NOTHING TO SEE HERE! DO NOT PICK, oh god, don't touch, DON'T TOUCH THE MUSHROOMS, oh gross Billy.
Lovecraft was right.
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