Taxonomic Data of the Breadties of the World

Genius genius genius!  Everything about Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group, or HORG, just tickles my fancy.  One part absurd, one part clever, and all parts awesome.  It kind of makes me want to study the various inanimate species of human creations.  I imagine there are some facinating ecosystems existing in the various clutter drawers of the world (I know for a fact said clutter drawers were home to a number of occlupanids in my house growing up).  Great stuff.

A hungry mass of various occlupanid species

A hungry mass of various occlupanid species

~ by Nathaniel on February 24, 2009.

One Response to “Taxonomic Data of the Breadties of the World”

  1. […] Today we went up to Paris Mt. and tromped around some, and while there was no Morel finding we did discover a clump of what we are pretty certain a blewits (Clitocybe nuda) which would be pretty exciting considering they are a rather respected edible.  We discovered a few other random mushrooms, but nothing too exciting.  I found two lizards today, which surprised me considering that it is pretty cold.  One was definitely an anole, while the other was not a lizard I am familiar with.  I also found a occlupanid. […]

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