Definition of Phallus ravenelii
1. Noun. This stinkhorn has a cap with a granulose surface at the apex and smells like decaying flesh.
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Literary usage of Phallus ravenelii
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1. Report (1904)
"Phallus ravenelii B. & C. Not uncommon near stumps. Summer. Scleroderma flavida Ell. Greenville. Common in sandy soil. Summer and autumn. ..."
2. Annales Mycologici (1904)
"X, 1904, p. 3—8, tab. 72). Banker, HJ Observations on Phallus ravenelii (Torreya vol. IV, 1904. ..."
3. Bulletin by New York State Museum of Natural History, New York State Museum (1902)
"... innata (Schw.) Pk. Phallus ravenelii В. Л С. Cyathus striatus (Huds.) Hoffm. ..."