As I was mowing my
thought I had found
another octopus stinkhorn, but on close examination I saw that it was
significantly different. The top part had been broken off, and
See how the stipe (stem) is chewed up. Some of the claws are
Here is the bottom
of the stipe,
still in the ground. Notice that the stipe is hollow, and has a
characteristic shape to its cross section.
Here is another lizard's claw which came up about a week later than the first.
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