fungi in Ohio? 5-31-99

8-) kcb at efn.org
Sat Jun 5 00:05:55 EST 1999


Sounds like you got yourself an "Stinkhorn" fungi.  You can see pictures
of it in the Audobon Field Guide of N.American Mushroms.  You can get the
field guide practicaly at any of the major booksellers.-kc

E-mail kc <kcb at efn.org>
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On 2 Jun 1999, Loyd812 wrote:

> Hi, I am trying to find what kind of fugi I have found
> found in mid Ohio today.   growing in a cedar mulch pile that surrounds a small
> tree.
> this specimen is about 3" in length, 3/8" in diameter... a white-ish pink base
> and dark red on the tip. the fungi is about the size and shape of the average
> little finger and comes to a point simular to a crayon. it also has a smell
> like a dead animal.   I would like some help as to how i can identify it, a
> location that may have photos.
>  In all my 30 plus years living here, I have never seen it before.
> 
> 
> thank you,       
> 
> 
> 





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