Even though many look like it, slime moulds are not fungi. They are made by a type of single-celled orginisms called protists bunching together. Slime moulds can move and consume other bacteria and other tiny particles of organic matter.
Fiore-Donno and colleagues did a lot of work classifying different kinds of slime moulds, including Elaeomyxa certifera.
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Photo credit: Alain Michaud http://slimemold.uark.edu/NameImages/Elaeomyxacerifera20041003photoMM.jpg
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