A fruiting body of the stinkhorn fungus (Phallus multicolor),  Tina sur mer, Noumea, New Caledonia. As with many stinkhorns, the spores are spread by flies, attracted to the putrid stench.
(photo: Tim Adams)

A fruiting body of the stinkhorn fungus (Phallus multicolor),  Tina sur mer, Noumea, New Caledonia. As with many stinkhorns, the spores are spread by flies, attracted to the putrid stench.

(photo: Tim Adams)

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