Dictyophora

noun Dic·ty·oph·o·ra \ˌdiktēˈäf(ə)rə\

Definition of Dictyophora

  1. :  a genus of stinkhorn fungi closely related to those of the genus Phallus but distinguished by an indusium that hangs like a skirt from below the pileus

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Origin and Etymology of dictyophora

New Latin, from dicty- + -phora


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