Collembola (springtails) on decaying Mycena sp., with a young theriid spider
Mushrooms are devourers, sure. But in the end, their succulent bodies are devoured in turn. Here, by
a small army of springtails glibly crunching the last precious spores. They think they're safe tucked up
among the gills. They have this handy prongy furcula thing on their bellies that they use to catapult
away from danger like tiny, six-legged popcorn. Ha! They don't look so safe to me!