What is that? Weird slime that looks like & # 39; bright yellow caviar-like eggs & # 39; and getting BIGGER is found on the sidewalk
- The woman claimed that the clog was getting bigger and changed color
- One person compared the mysterious slime to leave pancakes on social media
- An environmental scientist confirmed that the lump of mucus vomited by dogs
A mysterious piece of slime on the sidewalk at some plants has left a woman scratching her head.
She described the discovery on the Redcliffe Peninsula, north of Brisbane, as & # 39; bright yellow caviar-like eggs & # 39 ;.
The stubborn woman claimed that the clog continued to increase in size during the day and changed color.
A woman has come across a mysterious piece (photo) on the sidewalk at plants
She went to Facebook to ask residents if they had seen something like that before.
One user compared the wooden shoe with the remaining pancakes, while the other said it looked like cooked chicken fillet.
A user suggested that the mucus looked like an omelet.
An environmental scientist from the Australian Museum told Yahoo News Australia The bizarre find was the dog's vomit vomit and is also commonly known as & # 39; scrambled egg fungus & # 39 ;.
The mucus, which resembles the stomach contents of a dog, changes rapidly in size, color and shape, according to the website of the Master Gardener plant.
The color can change from white to yellow and pinkish brown, while the texture looks foamy or appears dried up.
The wooden shoe described as & # 39; bright yellow caviar-like eggs & # 39; wax slime mold for dog vomit (stock image)
Mucous fungi often occur in moist, shady areas with hardwood mulch and dead leaves.
The fungus thrives in moisture and develops at any time from late spring to fall.
Although many are crazy about the appearance of the shape, it is harmless to people, plants and pets.
But the dusty spores can irritate people with allergies or asthma.
DOG COMES SLIM MOLD
Vomiting mucous fungus for dogs, formally known as Fuligo septica, is a type of fungus that is also often referred to as & # 39; scrambled egg fungus & # 39 ;.
The color, size and shape can vary during the day.
The color of the mucus can be transparent and changes from white to bright yellow, orange and pink-brown.
The appearance can look like a thick liquid and can turn into a cushion-like structure with countless traces, before it dries with a crusty, powdery texture.
The fungus thrives in moisture and can often be found in shady areas with hardwood mulch and dead leaves.
Their ecological role in nature is to break down dead materials to recycle the nutrients for other species.
The fungus develops at any time from late spring to fall.
Source: Master Gardener
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