Mutinus elegans
Die Vornehme Hundsrute (Mutinus elegans) ist eine Pilzart aus der Gattung der Hundsruten (Mutinus).

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Vornehme Hundsrute – Wikipedia
Mutinus elegans. E. Fisch. in Sacc. Die Vornehme Hundsrute (Mutinus elegans) ist eine Pilzart aus der Gattung der Hundsruten (Mutinus). Inhaltsverzeichnis ...
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Mutinus elegans/caninus/ravenelii (MushroomExpert.Com)
Mutinus elegans, M. caninus, & M. ravenelii ... The description below combines Mutinus elegans, Mutinus caninus, and Mutinus ravenelii, which stinkhorn ...
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Elegant Stinkhorn
Elegant Stinkhorn. Mutinus elegans ... David Dennis, NAMA. The Elegant Stinkhorn can be seen July ...
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Rogers Mushrooms - Mutinus elegans Mushroom
Rogers Mushrooms contains information & photos of the Mutinus elegans mushroom, mushroom recipes, and details of edible & poisonous mushrooms.
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Mutinus elegans
Mutinus elegans The "Devils Dipstick" is common in Kansas. Frequently you are aware of its presence before you see it, as it is a stinkhorn.
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Mutinus elegans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mutinus elegans, commonly known as the elegant stinkhorn, the dog stinkhorn, the headless stinkhorn, or the devil's dipstick, is a species of fungus in the ...
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Mutinus elegans - Morel Mushroom Hunting Club
Mutinus elegans. Photos by: Chris Matherly, Georgia 2004. Photo By: Chris Matherly, Georgia 2005. Description: Common Name: Stinkhorn Cap: Flesh: Gills : ...
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mutinus elegans (Elegante Hundsrute - Pilze - Pilzbestimmung ...
Habe heute in meinem Garteneine Mutinus elegans entdeckt. Wer hat auch schon sowas gefunden, die sollen ja sehr selten sein. Stimmt das?
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Mutinus elegans - Messiah College
Scientific name: Mutinus elegans (Montagne) Fischer Derivation of name: Elegans means "elegant." Synonyms: Common name(s): Elegant stinkhorn, Dog ...
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dict.cc | headless stinkhorn [Mutinus elegans] | Wörterbuch Englisch ...
Übersetzung für headless stinkhorn [Mutinus elegans] im ...
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Vornehme Hundsrute – Wikipedia
Mutinus elegans. E. Fisch. in Sacc. Die Vornehme Hundsrute (Mutinus elegans) ist eine Pilzart aus der Gattung der Hundsruten (Mutinus). Inhaltsverzeichnis ...
Mutinus elegans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mutinus elegans, commonly known as the elegant stinkhorn, the dog stinkhorn, the headless .... Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences 36: 127–30.
Mutinus elegans - Messiah College
Scientific name: Mutinus elegans (Montagne) Fischer Derivation of name: Elegans means "elegant." Synonyms: Common name(s): Elegant stinkhorn, Dog ...
Elegant Stinkhorn
Elegant Stinkhorn. Mutinus elegans. The Elegant Stinkhorn is a ... SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION. KINGDOM. Fungi. DIVISION ... Phallaceae. GENUS. Mutinus ...
Hiker's Notebook: Elegant Stinkhorn
Scientific Name: Mutinus elegans - The generic name is derived from an early Roman god of fertility, Mutinus Titinus, whose beneficence was sought by women ...
What is the scientific name for Mutinus elegans? - Evi
What is the name which is used in science to describe Mutinus elegans, commonly known as the elegant stinkhorn, a dog stinkhorn, a headless stinkhorn, or the ...
stinkhorn fungus mutinus elegans | Fundamental Photographs - The ...
STINKHORN Fungi A Mutinus elegans in Manhattan, NY. It creates a foul smelling odor that attracts flies, which in turn spread the spores in other areas.
Mutinus elegans - Photo Mazza
Dr. Giuseppe MAZZA Journalist - Scientific photographer. English | Italiano | Français | Español · Home · Monaco ... Mutinus elegans. _M-58- 5_Mutinus_elegans ...
Mutinus elegans (Gasteromycetes, Phallaceae) - Science Links Japan
Science Links Japan. Gateway to Japan's Scientific and Technical Information · Japan Science ... Mutinus elegans (Gasteromycetes, Phallaceae) new to Japan.
Bücher zum Begriff Mutinus elegans
Phallales: Gomphus Clavatus, Phallus Impudicus, Mutinus Elegans, ...
Phallales: Gomphus Clavatus, Phallus Impudicus, Mutinus Elegans, ...
Source Wikipedia, LLC Books, 2010
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Hedwigia
Hedwigia
1932
Stomps hat nun die Beschreibungen von Mutinus caninus in der mykolc- gischen Literatur durchgesehen und gefunden, daß ... Er schließt daraus, daß den Verfassern vielleicht auch Mutinus elegans vorgelegen habe, dessen Vorkommen in ...
Guide to Kansas Mushrooms (PB) (Kansas Nature Guides)
Guide to Kansas Mushrooms (PB) (Kansas Nature Guides)
Bruce Horn, Richard Kay und Dean Abel von Univ Pr of Kansas, 1993
In this work, the authors offer a myriad of "how-tos" when stalking and using mushrooms, from identifying an Old Man in the Woods, to sauteing a tasty Volvariella bombycina. Besides providing both the Latin and common names and descriptions of 235 species of mushroom found in the state, they have included 150 colour photographs of common ...
Assessment of Species Diversity in the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone
Assessment of Species Diversity in the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone
Donald Fraser McAlpine, Ian Michael Smith, 2010
R.H. Petersen (1967) NS: 12, 103 Mutinus bovinus Morgan (1889) =Mutinus elegans Mutinus caninus (Huds.) Fr. (1849) NS: 12, 53, 103 Mutinus elegans ( Mont.) E. Fisch. (1888) NB: 103. NS: 56, 103. PEI: 103 Mycena acadiensis Maas Geest.
Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms of the World
Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms of the World
Ian Hall, Peter K. Buchanan und Anthony L. J. Cole von Timber Press, 2003
Mushrooms are among the most intriguing and striking inhabitants of the natural world, as highly regarded for their distinctive flavors and uses in cooking and medicine as for their sometimes strange, often beautiful shapes and forms. Some are medicinal, others poisonous or even lethal. "Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms of the World" is a w...
Bulletin ...: Mycological series
Bulletin ...: Mycological series
Lloyd Library (Cincinnati, Ohio), Lloyd Library and Museum, 1902
Mutinus caninus, Ireland, Greenwood Pim. Mutinus caninus, Germany, C. Engelke. Mutinus caninus, Germany. Otto Jaap. Mutinus caninus, France, C. G. Lloyd. Mutinus caninus, Germany, W. Krieger, photograph. Phallus imperialis, Italy, M.
Elsevier's Dictionary of Fungi & Fungal Plant Diseases
Elsevier's Dictionary of Fungi & Fungal Plant Diseases
M. Wrobel von Elsevier Science Ltd, 1998
This dictionary contains the Latin names of families, genera, species and many of their synonyms, of edible and poisonous mushrooms, other fungi and pathogens of fungal plant diseases, together with their identified English, German, French and Italian equivalents. Particular attention has been given to the different common names in the English-spea...
Bulletin of the Lloyd Library of Botany, Pharmacy and Materia Medica
Bulletin of the Lloyd Library of Botany, Pharmacy and Materia Medica
Lloyd Library and Museum, 1909
Mutinus caninus, Ireland, Greenwood Pirn. Mutinus caninus, Germany, C. Engelke. Mutinus caninus, Germany. Otto Jaap. Mutinus caninus, France, C. G. Lloyd. Mutinus caninus, Germany, W. Krieger, photograph. Phallus imperialis, Italy, M.
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Mutinus elegans, Brasstown Bald, Brasstown Wilderness, Chattahoochee National Forest, Towns County, Georgia 1 | Flickr - Fotosharing!
This is elegant stinkhorn. The brown slime was eaten or washed off. They claim flies and other insects distribute it. It does not smell very good. For more information: www.mushroomexpert.com/mutinus_elegans.html
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Mutinus elegans | Flickr - Fotosharing!
For years, I have wished I could see some kind of Stinkhorn fungus, partly because they make such interesting images : ) A few days ago, friend Phil e-mailed to say that there were all sorts of "things" (he sent a photo) growing locally, where we had seen other fungi growing previously. After a bit of a search that evening, I found these small (this is a telemacro image and they are maybe an inch and a half to 3" in height), pink fungi that I thought must be some species of Stinkhorn. Sure enough, I searched on Google and quickly found them. Wasn't quite sure exactly which species this is, as there were several similar ones. The greeny-brown slime contains the spores. Thanks to kuteram for the ID: Mutinus elegans! I really appreciate your taking the time to do this! "The young fruiting bodies are initially white and spherical or egg-shaped, partially submerged in the ground, with dimensions of 2 to 3 cm (0.8 to 1.2 in) by 1 to 2 cm (0.4 to 0.8 in). As the fruit body matures, the egg ruptures and the spongy spore-bearing stalk emerges; fully grown, it may be from 1 to 15 cm (0.4 to 5.9 in) long and 1.5 to 2 cm (0.6 to 0.8 in) thick. The stalk is hollow and strongly wrinkled overall; its shape is cylindrical below, but it gradually tapers to a narrow apex with a small opening at the tip. The upper half of the stalk is bright red to reddish orange, and the color gradually loses intensity transforming into pinkish white below. The stalk may be straight, or slightly curved. A gelatinous greenish-brown gleba covers the upper third of the stalk in newly emerged specimens. The remains of the "egg" forms a volva around the base of the stalk .... Mutinus elegans is saprobic—deriving nutrients by breaking down dead or dying organic matter. It is commonly found in gardens and farm areas enriched with manure, near well-decayed stumps and logs, and in wood chips." From Wikipedia. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutinus_elegans
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ballygarella: Mutinus elegans - The Elegant Stinkhorn
The generic name of this odd and pretty foul little fungus translates from the latin 'Mutinus' meaning 'little penis'. The term 'elegans' simply means 'elegant'.
ballygarella.blogspot.com/2009/12/mutinus-elegans-elegant-stinkhorn.html
Hill Country Mysteries: Elegant Stinkhorn Mushroom (Mutinus elegans, M. caninus, & M. ravenelii)
In the Texas Hill Country, folks just walk out of the door when they want to see unbridled nature. Like the red penises growing in my front agave bed.
www.hillcountrymysteries.com/2010/01/elegant-stinkhorn-mushroom-mutinus.html
Tales from the Krit: Mutinus Elegans - So Not What I Expected The Rain To Bring
And you thought "April showers brought May flowers", didn't you? Well, it seems God decided to mix it up a bit. Bring a little something different, and dare I say, uplifting? With all the non-stop rainy days and gloomy skies we've had lately, stuff was beginning to feel a bit heavy around the neighborhood.
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Mutinus elegans | Who Knew Indeed!
"Eppur si muove" (by NunoM)
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The Isham's: STINKHORN Mutinus elegans
Invader in our strawberry patch. .
theishams.blogspot.com/2009/05/stinkhorn-mutinus-elegans.html
Was ist dieses Glibberding?
Hallo, ich würde mich freuen, wenn jemand dieses Etwas einordnen könnte... Bei uns im Garten sind am Fuß vom Schilf eiartige weiße Pilze aufgetaucht, mit etwas durchsichtigem Glibberigen in der Mitte.
www.pilzforum.eu/board/thema-was-ist-dieses-glibberding
Diary of a Mad Woman: Mutinus Elegans
No, this is not an X-rated post. Just a true tale of garden infestation.
cmoore9680.blogspot.com/2008/05/mutinus-legans.html
Dog Stinkhorn aka Mutinus caninus
According to Simon & Schuster’s guide to Mushrooms, the Dog Stinkhorn arises from a white or pale yellow “egg” and is covered by a fetid slime. Mmmmm.
www.kerrysgarden.us/2006/05/07/dog-stinkhorn-aka-mutinus-caninus/
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