Bernard Spragg posted a photo: When it come to creepy looking plants, Clathrus archeri has creeps to spare. Commonly known as Devils Fingers (or the rather less scary name of Octopus Stinkhorn), it is a native to Australia and Tasmania, although it has become an introduced species in Europe, North America and Asia. The young fungus erupts from a partly buried white ball known as a suberumpent egg by forming into four to seven elongated slender arms initially erect and attached at the top…
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3.) Octopus Stinkhorn. Oh man. Gross!
supposedly an edible fungus; finger foods for your next party? "DEVILS FINGERS (or the rather less scary name of Octopus Stinkhorn) - Clathrus archeri |The Garden of Eaden. The above image is a particular favourite as it shows the fungus just before the fingers open up. In this instance it looks so much like a disembodied hand that it beggars belief. It even as the remnants of its tattered sleeves attached to the wrist! "
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