Observation 68804: Phallus multicolor (Berk. & Broome) Cooke

When: 2008-03-03

Collection location: Tina sur mer, Noumea, New Caledonia, France [Click for map]

-22.217° -166.483°

Who: Tim Adams (timonroad)

No specimen available

Growing on well-rotted wood-“straw” mulch used to suppress weeds germinating on herbaceous borders in a suburban garden. Many fruiting bodies arising in clumps, simultaneously in several beds during dry spell after a period of heavy rain. Noumea has a tropical maritime climate.

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