How to Kill a Stinkhorn Fungus
Stinkhorn fungi grow in an astonishing array of forms. The most ordinary of them resemble morel mushrooms (Morchella spp.). More exotic are the bright red or pink starfish stinkhorns (Aeseroe rubra). The most inappropriately named is the elegant...
The Phallaceae are a family of fungi, commonly known as stinkhorn mushrooms.
Belonging to the fungal order Phallales, the Phallaceae have a worldwide ...
Stinkhorns are amazing mushrooms, notorious for popping up suddenly and ... of
the Fungi contradicts itself on the status of these two stinkhorn families (the ...
... something atrocious? It might not be that rank pair of old sneakers sitting on the
porch. There is a type of fungus called the stinkhorn fungus that smells bad...
Oct 19, 2012 ... This phallic fungus, known as the elegant stinkhorn, dog stinkhorn, or devil's
dipstick, is stinky for a reason. Its smell is important for its unusual ...
Stinkhorn "egg" Stinkhorn fungi start out as white, egg-like structures in mulch or
other damp, decomposing material. Most of this fungal structure is underground.
Mycologists (scientists who study fungi) often describe stinkhorns with adjectives
... Fortunately, stinkhorn fungi do not cause plant disease, but simply grow as ...
Jan 29, 2015 ... Stinkhorn fungi are smelly, reddish orange mushrooms that may resemble a
wiffle ball, an octopus or a straight stem up to 8 inches high.
The Elegant Stinkhorn is a mushroom you will probably smell before you see. As
its name suggests, this fungus gives off a strong, unpleasant odor, similar to ...
Sep 28, 2011 ... Those orange projections coming out of the mulch are stinkhorn fungi. They're
non-poisonous and actually beneficial in breaking down wood ...