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Phallus (formerly Dictyophora) multicolor comes from a family of mushrooms called "Phallus." Despite the unseemly name, though, Phallus mushrooms are widely eaten in East Asia.

Maiden veil fungus -- Wow! ...just wow!

Maiden Veil Fungus - beautiful and fragile. It's amazing that fungi are neither plant nor animal.

Crinoline Stinkhorn - Phallus indusiatus - This edible mushroom is of the family Phallaceae. It is featured as an ingredient in Chinese haute cuisine in stir-frys and chicken soups. This mushroom is rich in protein, carbohydrates & dietary fiber & contains various bioactive compounds. Antioxidant & antimicrobial properties are also found in this mushroom

Crinoline Stinkhorn - Phallus indusiatus - This edible mushroom is of the family Phallaceae.

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Beautiful fungus growing on a tree

t fully appreciate the beauty, diversity, and weirdness of fungus. So here comes a bunch of pictures I've accumulated in referencing that death god of decomposition I was referencing.

Seed 100 unids mucho abulón semilla de setas con 30 de tomate de árbol como regalo(China (Mainland))

Seed 100 unids mucho abulón semilla de setas con 30 de tomate de árbol como regalo(China (Mainland))

I love stepping on these! Asher does too

Purchawka chropowata (Lycoperdon perlatum) ejecting spores More known as Puffball mushroom - step on one of these and dust will shoot out every single step

bioluminescent mushrooms

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Jack-O-Lantern Mushrooms (Omphalotus Olearius) ~ By Filip Novotný

Omphalotus olearius, commonly known as the jack-o'-lantern mushroom, is a poisonous orange gilled mushroom that to an untrained eye appears similar to some chanterelles. It is notable for its bioluminescent properties.

Photographer Captures the Beauty and Diversity of Australian Fungi

Photographer Captures the Beauty and Diversity of Australian Fungi

Australian fungi come in countless shapes, sizes, colors, and textures — diversity that photographer Steve Axford captures in his photos.

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