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Loads of stinkhorns270 viewsThere were over twenty in a very small area- I didn't have a lens that I could get a wide shot with unfortunately
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stinkhorn192 views
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Eyelash fungi176 views
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Green wood cup181 views
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus173 views
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus172 views
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus163 views
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus161 views
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Eyelash fungi167 views
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus174 viewssized doesn't matter!!
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus176 viewsAll the slime stuff has been eaten or more likely after the weather before this was taken, washed off. This doesn't stop the flies being attracted to the foul smell.
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus177 viewsPretty much finished but still very strong smelling.
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus180 viewsThis grows from a slimy jelly egg, which is why they are also called witches eggs.
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stinkhorn-phallus impudicus177 viewsThis smells as bad as it looks, a bit like rotten flesh or cabbage. This attracts hoards of flies which eat the grey slime containing the spores, presumably they spread the spore wherever they feed next. This is a one is nearly finished.
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Eyelash fungi247 views
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