The attention-grabbing term Phallus Indusiatus serves as the scientific name for a fascinating variety of mushrooms Phallus Indusiatus For Sale . This remarkable, and in some ways quite controversial, fungus, also goes by several other names, however. These include such terms as the bamboo pith, bamboo mushroom, veiled lady, crinoline stinkhorn, and the long net stinkhorn. Regardless of which of these distinctive names one uses for it, though, the fungus represents a most unusual species. That holds true due to the amazing existence of an entirely coincidental natural attribute it developed in the course of its evolution. When exposed to its natural aroma, some women experience spontaneous orgasms! Immature fruit bodies of P. indusiatus are initially enclosed in an egg-shaped to roughly spherical subterranean structure encased in a peridium. The “egg” ranges in color from whitish to buff to reddish-brown, measures up to 6 cm (2.4 in) in diameter, and usually has a thick mycelial cord attached at the bottom. As the mushroom matures, the pressure caused by the enlargement of the internal structures cause the peridium to tear and the fruit body rapidly emerges from the “egg”. The mature mushroom is up to 25 cm (9.8 in) tall and girded with a net-like structure called the indusium (or less technically a “skirt”) that hangs down from the conical to bell-shaped cap. The netlike openings of the indusium may be polygonal or round in shape. Well-developed specimens have an indusium that reaches to the volva and flares out somewhat before collapsing on the stalk. The cap is 1.5–4 cm (0.6–1.6 in) wide and its reticulated (pitted and ridged) surface is covered with a layer of greenish-brown and foul-smelling slime, the gleba, which initially partially obscures the reticulations. The top of the cap has a small hole. Phallus indusiatus, commonly called the bamboo fungus, bamboo pith, long net stinkhorn, crinoline stinkhorn or veiled lady, is a fungus in the family Phallaceae, or stinkhorns. It has a cosmopolitan distribution in tropical areas, and is found in southern Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australia, where it grows in woodlands and gardens in rich soil and well-rotted woody material.