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2009-06-18 10:06:08

A new species of mushroom found on the African island of Sao Tome has been named after California Academy of Sciences curator of herpetology Robert Drewes. The two-inch-long mushroom grows on wood and is shaped like a phallus, San Francisco State University Professor Dennis Desjardin and Brian Perry, the scientists who discovered the mushroom, said. Phallus drewesii belongs to a group of mushrooms known as stinkhorns, which produce a foul, rotting meat odor. There are 28 other species of...

2009-06-15 14:35:00

Dr. Robert Drewes calls the naming of Phallus drewesii, discovered on the African island of Sao Tome, a 'wonderful honor' It's two inches long, grows on wood, and is shaped like a phallus. A new species of stinkhorn mushroom, Phallus drewesii, has been discovered on the African island of Sao Tome and graces the upcoming cover of the journal Mycologia. The mushroom is named after Robert Drewes, Curator of Herpetology at the California Academy of Sciences, and is described in the...


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Clathrina clathrus
2014-01-05 00:00:00

Clathrina clathrus is a species of calcareous sponge belonging to the Clathrinidae family. It is a shallow-water species of the Mediterranean Sea and is also found along the Atlantic coasts of Europe as far north as the British Isles. This sponge is yellowish or white and grows up to 4 inches in diameter. It usually appears cushion-shaped at a distance -- its close relative Clathrina coriacea is appears more flattened. Upon closer inspection, the sponge is actually a tangled mass of tubes....

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