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The Curious Observer's Guide to Slime Molds of UC Santa Cruz and Beyond

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By: Carrie Niblett(Author)
77 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
The Curious Observer's Guide to Slime Molds of UC Santa Cruz and Beyond
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  • The Curious Observer's Guide to Slime Molds of UC Santa Cruz and Beyond ISBN: 9781547264599 Paperback Jun 2017 Out of Print #236794
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In this book, naturalist, student and slime mould enthusiast Carrie Niblett provides background information, photographs, diagrams and 22 species descriptions of slime moulds that can be found on the UC Santa Cruz campus and in terrestrial ecosystems around the globe. You can find slime moulds occupying damp logs and creeping over leaf litter everywhere, but until you picked up this book, these strange and beautiful organisms may have been hidden in plain sight. Let this guide be your companion as you take a peek into the curious world of slime moulds.

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Carrie Niblett is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Her passions for the natural world, teeny tiny things and Easter egg hunts coalesced into a love for slime mould. In the future, she hopes to climb more trees and stop having stress dreams about spores.

Out of Print
By: Carrie Niblett(Author)
77 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
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