Most Creepy Plants, fungy & Mushrooms In The World Look like Human Organ


1. Purple Jellydisc Fungus

Very common and widespread throughout
Britain and Ireland, Ascocoryne sarcoides is
also found throughout Europe wherever the
are broadleaf woodlands or parklands where
fallen timber is allowed to rot away naturally.
This ascomycete occurs in many other parts of
the world including North America.

2. Wood Ear

Auricularia auricula-judae, known as the Jew’s ear, wood ear, jelly ear or by a number of other common names, is a species of edible Auriculariales fungus found worldwide. The fruiting body is distinguished by its noticeably ear-like shape and brown colouration; it grows upon wood, especially elder.

3. Wrinkled Peach Mushroom

Wrinkled Peach is a strong contender for the title ‘Most Beautiful British Mushroom’. Rhodotus palmatus is also found in several countries of northern and central mainland Europe including Germany, Poland and Italy and from parts of Asia and North America.

4. Bleeding Tooth Fungus

Hydnellum peckii fungus can be found in North America where it is more common in the Pacific Northwest and resides mostly in coniferous forests and has recently been discovered in both Iran and Korea. Hydnellum peckii is not considered toxic to humans, just inedible.

5. Girdled Dapperling Lepiota aspera appears during autumn; in deciduous woodland, or in parks and gardens where ‘wood chip’ mulch has been used. It has been recorded in most northern temperate zones; England; Europe, and North Africa. This mushroom has been shown to cause alcohol intolerance and may be poisonous.

6. Doll’s Eye Plant

Consuming the fruit of a doll’s eye plant (or white baneberry) could kill you. The berries contain cardiogenic toxins that can have an immediate sedative effect on cardiac muscle tissue. Deadly Actaea pachypoda is found in mature forests ranging from southern Canada to Georgia and west to Minnesota. The sinister-looking berries are a warning.

7. False Morels

These are some of many poisonous mushrooms that contain the chemical monomethyl hydrazine (MMH) but not real morels. MMH causes vomiting, dizziness, diarrhea, and sometimes death. Most appear in the spring and summer and grow directly on the ground. Although some are found on wood. Mostly found in America.

8. Devil’s Fingers Fungus

Clathrus archeri, also known as devil’s fingers or octopus stinkhorn, is a truly creepy fungus. It has a gelatinous egg stage from which the fruitbody arises, its four to eight reddish arms each coated with dark, foul-smelling tissue. Found in Britain, New Zealand, Australia and some European country.

World’s Creepiest Plants are described above.

There are might be grown more incredibly creepy plants in nature, many of which are hidden deep within our planet some of which may never been discovered!

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