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Ravenel's Stinkhorn

Phallus ravenelii


Cap is slightly rough and covered in olive slime, which was partly frozen from the cold temperatures. The stem was white and hollow. The eggs were pinkish yellow in color. This stinkhorn wasn't fully grown yet. But, within 24-hours, they were fully grown and flopped over.


Habitat: Growing in mulch in a rural area.

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Christine Y.
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Christine Y.

Connecticut, USA

Lat: 41.60, Long: -73.50

Spotted on Oct 20, 2018
Submitted on Feb 11, 2019

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