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Discussion in 'Photography and Art' started by mudman, Nov 27, 2007.
here is a cross section of a stinkhorn egg i made, hope you like it
Very cool - you must have a very sharp knife!
A good candidate for Botany Photo of the Day!
Yes, if permission was given, I'd certainly be willing to use it.
yes that would be fantastic, thanks :)
Very nice. Only one was found by me about 10 years ago. The beauty and STENCH was most interesting to me. For years I have been carrying a close rubber lidded bottle hoping I could capture the scent. To me anyway it was the most revolting odour that I encountered in nature. Another thing it is readily identifable. One might possibly identify it as a morel, except the season is not the same.
I notice it is supposed to be edible, but I have no idea how one could contemplate the possibility.
Hi Drugan the eggs themselfs dont actualy smell, they have a fishy kind of taste & its only when they grow out from the egg that the smell arrives.