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Bridal veil fungus - beautiful design and God's handiwork.

Phallus indusiatus - Longnet Stinkhorn, Veiled Lady, or Bridal Veil fungus. A rare, solitary species that uses flies to spread its spores. One of only four species of Phallus fungi in Australia.

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Veiled Lady Mushroom (Phallus indusiatus) This delicate and strange mushroom can be found in gardens and woodlands in southern Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australia. This edible and rather healthful mushroom is used in Chinese cuisine.

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Phallus indusiatus - veiled stinkhorn fungus. Taken in Bako National Park, Borneo.

Veiled Stinkhorn Fungus (Phallus indusiatus) -Taken in Bako National Park, Borneo.

Obra de arte da natureza!

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

Mushroom Medley by Jill Bliss. A beautiful living shroom painting!

Organic Delicious Mushroom Seeds, Funny Fungus Succulent Plant, Edible Health Seeds Very Easy To Grow For Home Garden

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This is the Bleeding Tooth fungus, or Hydnellum pecki. It's found in the pine forests of northwestern America and Central Europe. Ironically, their oozing 'blood' actually contains an anticoagulant called atromentrin.

Hydnellum peckii is an inedible fungus, and a member of the genus Hydnellum of the family Bankeraceae. Wikipedia Scientific name: Hydnellum peckii Rank: Species Higher classification: Hydnellum

Bleeding Tooth Fungus (Hydnellum peckii) ~ By Peter Tresch

Pink Fungus.

Photo by Michael Snedic.This wouldn't last an hour in my yard. Two of the herd of grey squirrels are big mushroom destroyers. Any that pop up are usually scattered over the yard before the day is done.

IMG_4070b_f Favolaschia filopes by alopez2006, via Flickr

Adding to my love of sea/beach themed symmetrical objects: favolaschia filopes