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    I found these in my front garden.




    The genusPhallus, commonly known as stinkhorns, are a group of basidiomycetes which produce a phallic, often foul-scented,mushroom, from which their name is derived. The genus has a widespread distribution and, according to a 2008 estimate, contains 18 species. They belong to the family Phallaceae in the order Phallales. The best known species (and type species) is the common stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus).

    This particular variety is called Phallus Hadriani. Be educated.
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    I don't know if this is equally evident to non-romance speakers, but "Phallus impudicus" means "shameless penis".

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    Quote Originally Posted by larali View Post
    The genusPhallus, commonly known as stinkhorns, are a group of basidiomycetes which produce a phallic, often foul-scented,mushroomThey belong to the family Phallaceae in the order Phallales. The best known species (and type species) is the common stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus).

    This is hilarious yet mildly interesting. Funny in the sense that they gave them gentila pun names.
    Nice observation! I've seen other varieties found in various locations. Such as cow meadows, forest clearings, backyard garden lands, locker-rooms etc.
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