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Columned Stinkhorn

Clathrus columnatus

Habitat:

Lots of leaves, weeds, miscellaneous low growing plants, and recently a lot of rain, but in an area that can receive a lot of sunlight. It is next to two other stinkhorns, as well as a different type of fungi. Its growth here may be due to mushroom compost that was used in the garden next to it.

Notes:


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1 Comment

Hema
Hema 7 years ago

Unusual, Looks like it is growing right next to your mint! I will keep an eye on my mint!
BTW Welcome to Project Noah!

South Carolina, USA

Lat: 34.07, Long: -81.19

Spotted on Dec 26, 2011
Submitted on Dec 28, 2011

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