Identification: unknown mushrooms and something really gross looking

Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by recross, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. recross

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    could someone please tell me what these are,I found them under a cedar tree in my yard,the orange ones keep coming back but the other thing,the gross one is new,would appreciate any help in IDing these. my e-mail is gcrosswhite1960@yahoo.com again I would appreciate the info.
     

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    Michael F Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    First two pics are a species of stinkhorn in the genus Phallus.
     
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    wow thanks alot micheal and all who responded sso quickly.I am intriqued to say the least,and all the info and the depth at which it went is very impressive.
    Again thank you all very much and also thanks for the warning that the jackolatern doesnt really glow in the dark however because I am a hard headed,stubborn person I will go out tonight and look anyway!:)
    Have a great day all.
     
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    I remember reading about the Jack_o_Lantern not glowing on Michael's site. Laughed my *** off. I do stuff like this too. Have you crunched WIntergreen Certs in your dark bathroom to see the sparks ?

    Do you believe me ...Michael ?

    Jeff
     
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    no never did that
     

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