doggy smells

Stephen Putman
Tue, 04 Jul 2006 14:49:49 PDT
They are also known as "dog stinkhorn"

Dennis Kramb wrote:
> Hi Jim,  group,  etc.
> This is in poor taste to mention, but what the heck.  I have a fungus 
> in my garden that graces me with its presence on hot humid (extremely 
> humid) summer days.  It's bright orange and resembles a male dog's 
> male organ.  In fact, I think that's what the scientific name for it 
> was based on.  It's been years since I looked it up on internet, so 
> my memory might be a bit fuzzy.
> It has an overpowering smell.  Not exactly pleasant.  Not exactly 
> unpleasant.  Suffice it to say, I can tell when one of them is out 
> the instant I step outside the front door.  LOL.  (I've smelled it 
> twice so far this year.)  It sure makes a great conversation starter 
> when I have visitors remark upon the ...  unique ... smell of my 
> garden on those special days.  LOL.
> Dennis in Cincinnati (where we're getting some MUCH needed rain)
> _______________________________________________
> pbs mailing list

More information about the pbs mailing list