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Re: Help identifying a fungus?

> Think it's one of the stink horns, but not sure. Pretty, though.

Hi Jim,

   I've done some more searching and think that maybe it's Phallus
   rubicundus (no joke on the name).  I sent a picture off to
   mushroomexpert.com for their opinion.  It could also be Mutinus

   Thanks for the tip -- stinkhorn sent me in the right direction
   to find some photo sites.


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