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Clathrus archeri. | by Bernard Spragg
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Clathrus archeri.

Clathrus archeri, commonly known as octopus stinkhorn, or devil's fingers, is a fungus which has a global distribution. The young fungus erupts from a suberumpent egg by forming into four to seven elongated slender arms initially erect and attached at the top.

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Taken on April 29, 2019