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Our weather has been quite wet with snow and heavy rain. This has emerged from a mulched bed that gets morning sun. We feed the birds in this area as well. Any suggestions on the ID?

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4 Comments

domesticgnome
domesticgnome 7 years ago

I agree with Mutinus elegans. That's one of two stinkhorns I've found locally. I think all your brown "spore sauce" was washed off the tip by rain though.

HarryStolzy
HarryStolzy 7 years ago

Elegant Stinkhorn......Phallaceae Mutinus elegans

sarah in the woods
sarah in the woods 7 years ago

Stinkhorn

KimAyersStolzy
KimAyersStolzy 7 years ago

Never seen this one before. The weather has been very damp and this appeared in mulched area that gets morning sun. We feed birds in the same area. Any comments appreciated!!

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Kentucky, USA

Spotted on Dec 22, 2013
Submitted on Dec 22, 2013

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