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Re: Help identifying a fungus?


> Well that's interesting. I wonder if the ones here are edible. They aren't
> the same, ahem, shape, but same color. The smell usually didn't linger
> around the "fruiting body" but wafted through the air. I remember standing
> in my yard asking WHAT is that smell?! I finally figured it out. SO glad to
> know you have them in Illinois................

The guy at mushroomexpert.com thought that it was probably Mutinus caninus,
but he'd have to see the slimy part to be 100% sure.

Dang.  I was hoping to have a plant named 'Phallus' in the hort.net gallery
just for the comic value.  :)

Chris

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