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Enfungusated Harvestman

Enfungusated Harvestman
Ames High Prairie, Ames, Story County, Iowa, USA
July 31, 2011
When in doubt, make up the term. Anyhow, this harvestman was engulfed in fungus.

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Amazing photo, Stephen!
Oh, and I am a big fan of inventing the word you want too. Nice job with "enfungusated".... I think I've used the term "fungified" in the past. *grin*

 
Native speakers
You can play with words like this in English. I only dare to do it in Spanish. :-)

 
Thanks
Thanks for commenting, Harsi and Beatriz!

Beatriz, your name looks so French I am surprised to learn you are a native Spanish speaker.

Muy enfungusado? Enfungadisimo?

 
Melting pot
Argentina is as much of a melting pot as this country. I kept my maiden name. My ancestors were French, Spanish and Italian. I married in this country and my son is even more of a product of melting different ancestries. His last name is English, but that is just because some ancestor anglicized the German spelling. I forget the rest of the mixture.

 
Beatriz, I make up words in Spanish too...
...but (sadly) it's not usually on purpose. *grin*

5+ years of EspaƱol back when I was in school and I still can't carry on a decent conversation.

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