True Facts: Stinkhorns

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Dr. Kathie T. Hodge - Dr. Hodge was kind enough to spend time with me on the phone walking me through the incredible complexity of these creatures. She also granted me permission to use the Cornell time lapse footage.

Stephen Thornton - - Stephen has captured amazing time lapses of the stinkhorn and it is very worthwhile to go to his channel and see them in their full glory.

@freymanbg - - amazing instagram featuring all sort of fungus and mushrooms.

Gio Lopez - - Gio has a channel called Myco Gio on which he goes into lovely detail about mycology. His explanation of the stinkhorn was extremely helpful - as was the amazing footage.

Cathy Whitfield - - Cathy is an amazing photographer and happened to train her eye on a stinkhorn egg!

Rudi Langer - - Also a wonderful collection of colorful photography!

Björn S... - - a wonderful collection of microscopy and wildlife!

@mugrooms - - Pictures of mushrooms and other fungi, as well as the occasional slime mold.

Kent Loeffler - Kent was the original photographer for the Cornell timelapse!

Jason Hollinger - - Incredible images of Lichen and other wonders.

Arne Christensen - - wonderful collection of biology time-lapse and human anatomy.

David Noble - - a traveler and wonderful videographer

Bernard Spragg - - incredible photos, some of which Bernard has offered into the public domain

Peter Kuttner - - channel featuring all sorts of biodiversity!

@bealeiderman - - a collection of images that show the magic in your backyard!

@myceliummagic - - adventures in the Australian rainforests!

@mushrooms_inigo - - featuring the mushrooms of Spain!

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