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Re: Fungus. . .

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Fungus. . .
  • From: "albee703" <alhbee@aol.com>
  • Date: Sun, 02 Jun 2002 00:59:36 -0000

--- In iris-photos@y..., doris1434@j... wrote:
> Dennis Kramb posted some photographs of a weird fungus growing in 
> garden. Here's two photos of another very strange one I found in my 
> frame in Arkansas a couple years ago that I have been unable to ID
> despite all my reference books on mycology. I think I know the 
family. .
> but cannot find a positive ID. Can some really knowledgeable person 
> there ID these for us??
> Doris Elevier
> USDA 7b, Sunset 11
> El Paso, TX

Hi Dennis and Doris; 

Is it a stinkhorn? It has a noxious smell and uses flies as the 
source for cross-fertilization. Here is site to look at: 

Al Bullock
Z7 No Va 

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