Wolf’s Milk is a species of plasmodial slime mould (myxomycete) that excretes a pink to orange paste when popped. Myxomycetes were once thought to be animals, then fungi, but are now regarded closer to protozoa – single-celled organisms.
Location : RJ Hamer Arboretum, Victoria, Australia
Subject : Lycogala epidendrum
Lens : Canon EF 100m f/2.8 USM