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Stinkhorns, some other shape

Overview

 

Thus far three species that don’t fit into the other sub-groups have been reported from the Canberra Nature Map area. They are:

 

Lysurus mokusin: Short, upright, slime-covered arms atop a fluted stem.

 

Phallus indusiatus: White stalk with a slime-covered cap and a white, lacy skirt that hangs down from below the cap.

 

Phallus rubicundus: Red stalk with a tightly fitting, slime-covered cap at the top.

 

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Phallus rubicundus (A stinkhorn fungus)

Phallus rubicundus
Phallus rubicundus
Phallus rubicundus
Phallus rubicundus
Phallus rubicundus
Phallus rubicundus

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Conservation Level

  • All conservation levels (change?)

Invasiveness

  • All invasiveness levels (change?)

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