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Common Earthball (Scleroderma citrinum) including opened specimen revealing black spores Growing in deciduous woodland Derbyshire, UK September  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90674917 Common Earthball (Scleroderma citrinum) including opened specimen revealing black spores Growing in deciduous woodland Derbyshire, UK September© Alex Hyde / NPL
Earthstar Mushroom (Geastrum sp.) releasing spores, El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve, Chiapas, southern Mexico, May
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90849540 Earthstar Mushroom (Geastrum sp.) releasing spores, El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve, Chiapas, southern Mexico, May©
Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November
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90839317 Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November© Mike Read
Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November
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90839316 Collared earthstar (Geastrum triplex) releasing spores, Hampshire, England, UK, November© Mike Read
Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum), Abinger Roughs NT, Surrey, England, October.
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90839217 Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum), Abinger Roughs NT, Surrey, England, October.© Linda Pitkin
Common earthball (Scleroderma citrinum), Abinger Roughs NT, Surrey, England, October.
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90839216 Common earthball (Scleroderma citrinum), Abinger Roughs NT, Surrey, England, October.© Linda Pitkin
Magpie inkcap (fungus) (Coprinopsis picacea),  Sheepleas SWT, south of West Horsley, Surrey, England, October.
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90839155 Magpie inkcap (fungus) (Coprinopsis picacea), Sheepleas SWT, south of West Horsley, Surrey, England, October.© Linda Pitkin
Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum),  Black Park Country Park, Buckinghamshire, England, November.
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90839146 Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum), Black Park Country Park, Buckinghamshire, England, November.© Linda Pitkin
Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum), Hannicombe Wood, Dartmoor, Devon. October.
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90838787 Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum), Hannicombe Wood, Dartmoor, Devon. October.© David Pike
Common stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus), Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle, Co. Down, Northern Ireland
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90834924 Common stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus), Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle, Co. Down, Northern Ireland© Robert Thompson
Common stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus), Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle, Co. Down, Northern Ireland
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90834923 Common stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus), Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle, Co. Down, Northern Ireland© Robert Thompson
Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum), Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle, Co. Down, Northern Ireland
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90834921 Common earthball fungus (Scleroderma citrinum), Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle, Co. Down, Northern Ireland© Robert Thompson
Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) with flies attracted to tip, Norfolk, UK, October.
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90834802 Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) with flies attracted to tip, Norfolk, UK, October.© Ernie Janes
Octopus stinkhorn / Devil's fingers (Anthurus archeri) Germany. August.
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90829652 Octopus stinkhorn / Devil's fingers (Anthurus archeri) Germany. August.© Konrad Wothe
Earthstar (Geastrum sp.) and ring of toadstools (Clitocybe sp?) in beech wood, Buckholt Wood, Gloucestershire, England, UK. October.
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90828523 Earthstar (Geastrum sp.) and ring of toadstools (Clitocybe sp?) in beech wood, Buckholt Wood, Gloucestershire, England, UK. October.© Steve Nicholls
Collared earthstar fungus (Geastrum triplex), Castlewellan forest park, County Down, Northern Ireland.
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90828054 Collared earthstar fungus (Geastrum triplex), Castlewellan forest park, County Down, Northern Ireland.© John Cancalosi
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) with flies and Wood Ants on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, August - Composite image
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90827750 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) with flies and Wood Ants on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, August - Composite image© Andy Sands
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) with flies and Wood Ants on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, August
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90827749 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) with flies and Wood Ants on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, August© Andy Sands
Common earthballs (Scleroderma citrinum / Scleroderma aurantium) on the forest floor in autumn, France, November
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90827497 Common earthballs (Scleroderma citrinum / Scleroderma aurantium) on the forest floor in autumn, France, November© Philippe Clement
Maiden's veil stink horn fungus (Phallus indusiatus) Dominica.
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90810334 Maiden's veil stink horn fungus (Phallus indusiatus) Dominica.© Derek Galon
Maiden's veil stink horn fungus (Phallus indusiatus) Dominica.
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90810333 Maiden's veil stink horn fungus (Phallus indusiatus) Dominica.© Derek Galon
Rounded earthstar mushroom (Geastrum saccatum), Lacandon Rainforest, Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve, southern Mexico, August
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90805057 Rounded earthstar mushroom (Geastrum saccatum), Lacandon Rainforest, Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve, southern Mexico, August© Claudio Contreras
Rounded earthstar mushroom (Geastrum saccatum), Lacandon Rainforest, Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve, southern Mexico, August
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90805056 Rounded earthstar mushroom (Geastrum saccatum), Lacandon Rainforest, Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve, southern Mexico, August© Claudio Contreras
Collared earth star (Geastrum triplex), two on woodland floor. South Yorkshire, England, UK. September.
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90804373 Collared earth star (Geastrum triplex), two on woodland floor. South Yorkshire, England, UK. September.© Paul Hobson
Dog stinkhorn fungus (Mutinus caninus) with fly present, on forest floor. Nottinghamshire, England, UK.
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90804371 Dog stinkhorn fungus (Mutinus caninus) with fly present, on forest floor. Nottinghamshire, England, UK.© Paul Hobson
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus), backlit at night. Nottinghamshire, England, UK.
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90804325 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus), backlit at night. Nottinghamshire, England, UK.© Paul Hobson
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) excavated egg, sometimes known as a witches egg, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September
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90802973 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) excavated egg, sometimes known as a witches egg, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September© Andy Sands
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) with flies and Wood ants on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September - Focus Stacked
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90802972 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) with flies and Wood ants on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September - Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) Egg sometimes known as a witches egg growing among leaf litter, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September
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90802971 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) Egg sometimes known as a witches egg growing among leaf litter, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September© Andy Sands
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) With flies on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September - Focus Stacked
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90802970 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) With flies on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September - Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) With flies on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September - Focus Stacked
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90802969 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) With flies on cap, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September - Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) excavated egg sometimes known as a witches egg cut in half, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September
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90802968 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) excavated egg sometimes known as a witches egg cut in half, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September© Andy Sands
Earth Star fungus (Geastraceae) emerging from leaf litter on rainforest floor. Manu Biosphere Reserve, Amazonia, Peru. November.
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90801636 Earth Star fungus (Geastraceae) emerging from leaf litter on rainforest floor. Manu Biosphere Reserve, Amazonia, Peru. November.© Alex Hyde
Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...
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90801614 Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...© Alex Hyde
Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...
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90801613 Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...© Alex Hyde
Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....
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90801612 Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....© Alex Hyde
Cockroach feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help...
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90801608 Cockroach feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help...© Alex Hyde
Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...
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90801607 Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...© Alex Hyde
Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....
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90801531 Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....© Alex Hyde
Maiden's veil / Bridal veil fungus (Phallus indusiatus) on rainforest floor. Heath River, Tambopata / Bahuaja-Sonene Reserves, Amazonia, Peru / Bolivia border.
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90798838 Maiden's veil / Bridal veil fungus (Phallus indusiatus) on rainforest floor. Heath River, Tambopata / Bahuaja-Sonene Reserves, Amazonia, Peru / Bolivia border.© Nick Garbutt
Maiden's veil / Bridal veil fungus (Phallus indusiatus) with indusium fully formed, on rainforest floor. Heath River, Tambopata / Bahuaja-Sonene Reserves, Amazonia, Peru / Bolivia border.
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90798822 Maiden's veil / Bridal veil fungus (Phallus indusiatus) with indusium fully formed, on rainforest floor. Heath River, Tambopata / Bahuaja-Sonene Reserves, Amazonia, Peru / Bolivia border.© Nick Garbutt
Maiden's veil / Bridal veil fungus (Phallus indusiatus) with indusium fully formed, on rainforest floor. Heath River, Tambopata / Bahuaja-Sonene Reserves, Amazonia, Peru / Bolivia border.
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90798820 Maiden's veil / Bridal veil fungus (Phallus indusiatus) with indusium fully formed, on rainforest floor. Heath River, Tambopata / Bahuaja-Sonene Reserves, Amazonia, Peru / Bolivia border.© Nick Garbutt
Earthstar fungus (Geastrum triplex) discharging spores following impact from water drop. England, UK, December.
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90790385 Earthstar fungus (Geastrum triplex) discharging spores following impact from water drop. England, UK, December.© Adrian Davies
Striated earthstar fungus (Geastrum striatum) under Conifers. Surrey, England, UK. November.
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90790215 Striated earthstar fungus (Geastrum striatum) under Conifers. Surrey, England, UK. November.© Adrian Davies
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) covered in flies feeding, Picardy, France, October.
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90786275 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) covered in flies feeding, Picardy, France, October.© Cyril Ruoso
Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) covered in flies feeding, Picardy, France, October.
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90786274 Stinkhorn fungus (Phallus impudicus) covered in flies feeding, Picardy, France, October.© Cyril Ruoso
Starfish fungus (Aseroe rubra) at its only known site in the Northern Hemisphere, Surrey, UK. September 2017.
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90785748 Starfish fungus (Aseroe rubra) at its only known site in the Northern Hemisphere, Surrey, UK. September 2017.© Adrian Davies
Starfish fungus (Aseroe rubra) emerging from the egg stage in its only known site in the Northern Hemisphere, Surrey, UK. September 2017.
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90785746 Starfish fungus (Aseroe rubra) emerging from the egg stage in its only known site in the Northern Hemisphere, Surrey, UK. September 2017.© Adrian Davies
Earthstar (Geastrum britannicum) in an old graveyard, Surrey, UK. August 2017. Confirmed as new species in March 2015.
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90785744 Earthstar (Geastrum britannicum) in an old graveyard, Surrey, UK. August 2017. Confirmed as new species in March 2015.© Adrian Davies
Starfish fungus (Aseroe rubra) at its only known site in the Northern Hemisphere, Surrey, UK. September 2017.
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90785743 Starfish fungus (Aseroe rubra) at its only known site in the Northern Hemisphere, Surrey, UK. September 2017.© Adrian Davies
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