What is another word for phallaceae?

3 synonyms found


[ fˈale͡ɪsˌiː], [ fˈale‍ɪsˌiː], [ f_ˈa_l_eɪ_s_ˌiː]

Phallaceae is a family of fungi, commonly known as stinkhorns, due to their strong odor. Some synonyms for the word phallaceae include Clathraceae, Lecanthaceae, and Dacrymycetaceae. These families have similar characteristics, such as an often phallic-shaped cap, a strong odor, and a slimy or gelatinous substance on the surface. Lecanoraceae and Dacrymycetaceae are both typically found growing on decaying wood or bark, while Clathraceae likes to grow in soil. While they may have different names, the species in these families are all fascinating and unique additions to the natural world.

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How to use "Phallaceae" in context?

The phallaceae family of flowering plants is represented by around 1,000 species in 10 genera. They are usually small, succulent plants that grow in humid areas, often near streams or waterfalls. Many of the plants in this family are referred to as bellflowers because of the spherical blossom heads that look somewhat like bells.

Members of the Phallaceae family are sometimes called woodflowers, for the fact that a number of them are native to forests and similar habitats.

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