Raspberry vine time lapse. One and a half months of growth since Day 1

Time lapse on my vegetable planter box. Top two pics are building the planter box/day one of transplanting the plants. Last picture is from yesterday. Clockwise from center (not including the yellow/orange marigolds) is tomato, bell pepper, mini bell pepper, basil, eggplant, different eggplant variety, and cucumber. They’re really thriving with all this rain!

The original Odo has grown too big for the petri dish so uh… Here’s another Odo.

microcosmicobservations:

I was talking to a friend about how there’s a vast gap in literature on lichens – either you get the very basics or you have to sift through dense scientific literature. Lichens are so so cool, and I want people to know how cool they are! Send me your lichen questions and I’ll make a (probably informal) video answering it soon.

I was talking to a friend about how there’s a vast gap in literature on lichens – either you get the very basics or you have to sift through dense scientific literature. Lichens are so so cool, and I want people to know how cool they are! Send me your lichen questions and I’ll make a (probably informal) video answering it soon.

Day 2 of Odo. I managed to MacGyver an overhead camera.

did you name your slime mold after the deep space nine character? 😀

Yes, all of my pets are named after DS9 characters but Odo is the only one who resembles their namesake

microcosmicobservations:

As I mentioned previously, I ordered a slime mold kit because why not. Here is the unboxing video. 

Skip to 7:43 for slime mold and not just unboxing.

I set up a livestream for Odo. You won’t be able to see it moving in realtime, but you can check back every few hours and see the movement. I will keep this set up as long as I am able before my cat notices it and tries to mess with it.

Be safe. I hope you’re all doing well. Enjoy your new friend Odo.

A fresh harvest of antler reishi