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By Peter Byles
Tuesday, 9 October 2012
Phallus impidicus, also known as "The Stinkhorn" from egg stage (which incidently can be eaten though said not to be tasty) to the second stage.The green mass on the top attracts flies which spread the fungal spores.Found in various woods throughout Pembrokeshire.