What is another word for dog stinkhorn?

Pronunciation: [dˈɒɡ stˈɪŋkhɔːn] (IPA)

The Dog Stinkhorn is a foul-smelling fungus that is known for its distinct odor resembling that of a dog's smell. This stinky fungus is also known by several other names such as Mutinus Caninus, Dog Phallus, and Stinking Puffball. The term Dog Stinkhorn itself is a synonym for two other fungal species, Phallus impudicus and Mutinus ravenelii. The fungus is said to produce a stench so strong that it can make the eyes water and cause nausea for some. In various cultures, the Dog Stinkhorn is thought to represent fertility and is also believed to have medicinal properties that help to improve one's overall health.

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