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Witch's Egg (immature Stinkhorn)

Phallus impudicus

Description:

Called the witch's egg, the immature stinkhorn is whitish or pinkish, egg-shaped, and typically 4 to 6 cm

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1 Comment

AlexKonig
AlexKonig 9 years ago

that should be an "amanit", maybe A.pantherina, but i'm not sure because i think i saw some red/orange/yellow shades in the 1 + 3 picture, then maybe A. rubescens.

LarsKorb
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LarsKorb

Hohenhorn, Schleswig-Holstein (Landmasse), Germany

Spotted on Jul 19, 2011
Submitted on Jul 19, 2011

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