Fungi: Puff Spores

  Puff Spores Basidiomycota Puff Ball Fungus Illustration by Dane Hallett 1. Clostridio tetani(Clostridia tetani ) - sanaerobic pathogena (anaerobic pathogen ) 2. Euniceral strains are found on countless varieties of (the) substrate and requires acid fermentation in harsh conditions. to produce acid for its offspring 3. Once the spore has reached fertility, toxins are injected into the host's …

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Prometheus & Covenant (Chaos Editions): Soon

Disclaimer: You must own an officially released copy of a film to legally watch a fan-edit. Support studios and the filmmakers by purchasing movies from Amazon.com. As a fan who’s spent the last 13 years of his life adoring the ALIEN films and the various media that’s branched from them, and as a member of YUTANI, I’ve been wanting …

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Creatives: Dane Hallett & Matt Hatton – Episode 9 – Yutani Podcast Alien Day Special

Welcome to our Alien Day Creatives series special! We have a jam-packed 2.25-hour podcast filled with special greetings from many in the Alien Universe. We would also like to announce that Dane and Matt are releasing a special David 8 Visual Art Diary, due to be released at SDCC. Pre-order the book here  or here. You …

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Paradise Lost Script Reaction – Episode 7 – Yutani Podcast

Concept art by Khang Le, read more here Khang Le’s Concept Art for Prometheus 2 Clara @muthur9000 and Mike @officerjoek9 share their thoughts on the Paradise Lost script shared by AVP Galaxy recently and how it differs from the novelization and the movie. You can subscribe to Yutani Podcast on iTunes, Podbean, Soundcloud, YouTube or gain exclusive early …

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Flora: The Pitcher Plant

  PITCHER PLANT   Fig. A (plan view) Local pitcher plants proved useful in the collection of many small animals and insects to the point where often it became preferable to other methods. They are fairly aggressive and use the natural rainwater to catalyse an enzyme genetically similar to the ammonite mucus mentioned previously. This …

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