Super Slime in Stanley Park! Slime moulds are not really moulds at all. In fact ‘slime mould’ is just the name given to a group of single celled organisms that, while capable of living independently, have grouped together.
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Seasonal Symbiosis in Stanley Park – This month’s Stanley Park Ecology Society guest post, contributed by Ben Hill. While flowers are long gone, there are still many ways that plants and animals rely on each other during the winter months.
You can help ensure that swallows remain a part of summer in Stanley Park in the future by supporting the Stanley Park Ecology Society on Giving Tuesday, November 28, 2018
This post has been contributed by Ben Hill, Communications Volunteer with the Stanley Park Ecology Society (“SPES”). If you’ve walked from Lost Lagoon to Second Beach recently you might have wondered why the landscape at Ceperley Meadow has changed from mown grass to scrub and shrubs. Ceperley Meadow in Stanley Park. Kathleen Stormont/SPES This isn’t […]
This post has been contributed by Kathleen Stormont, SPES Communications Specialist with the Stanley Park Ecology Society (“SPES”). Over 33,000 people on Facebook have viewed it. A select few have held it. Many have reported on it. Here’s some accurate information about Stanley Park’s bizarre discovery this past August… The Lost Lagoon bryozoan, Pectinatella magnifica. […]