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Clathrus archeri emerging from its egg. Devil's Fingers is a rare find in Britain, and the only species with which it is likely to be confused is Clathrus ruber, the Red Cage or Lattice Fungus.

Clathrus archeri emerging from its egg. Devil's Fingers is a rare find in Britain, and the only species with which it is likely to be confused is Clathrus ruber, the Red Cage or Lattice Fungus.

Clathrus archeri (Berk.) Dring - 1886

Clathrus archeri (Berk.) Dring - 1886

Clathrus archeri - Buscar con Google

Clathrus archeri - Buscar con Google

Clathrus archeri - Buscar con Google

Clathrus archeri - Buscar con Google

Radically Diverse Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford

Radically Diverse Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford

Octopus stinkhorn Mushroom

Octopus stinkhorn Mushroom

Ever seen a fungus hatch? Yeah, we hadn't either, and it's weird AF. While this crazy organism looks better suited to life on Proteus than Earth, the devil's finger fungus (Clathrus archeri) is Native to Australia and New Zealand. It typically appears as a white, gelatinous orb, but when it comes time for fruiting, the 'egg' opens, unleashing four to eight blood-red arms (and likely a pinch of doom) on the world. While unappealing to us humans, what you're seeing is actually a rather…

Ever seen a fungus hatch? Yeah, we hadn't either, and it's weird AF. While this crazy organism looks better suited to life on Proteus than Earth, the devil's finger fungus (Clathrus archeri) is Native to Australia and New Zealand. It typically appears as a white, gelatinous orb, but when it comes time for fruiting, the 'egg' opens, unleashing four to eight blood-red arms (and likely a pinch of doom) on the world. While unappealing to us humans, what you're seeing is actually a rather…

Inside the sponge are special collar cells that contain flagella.

Inside the sponge are special collar cells that contain flagella.

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