Monday, March 05, 2007

Consider this my PSA for the day.

If you see these in your yard,
do not poke them with a stick.




11 comments:

Clemntine said...

Yes, Ma'am! Thanks for the warning!

Have a great week!

Clemntine said...

Yes, Ma'am! Thanks for the warning!

Have a great week.

Heather said...

Sprinkle baking soda over them. It works for slime mold and other mushrooms in your mulch. It will kill them. Be careful not to get it on your plants, though as it can kill them, too. After about 24 hours, you should be able to scoop them up and dispose of them (although with the "aroma" these have, I'd advise against putting them in the trash). After scooping them up, sprinkle a light dusting of baking soda over the spot to prevent future outbreaks.

Rocks In My Dryer said...

Ewwwww....

Nancy said...

If your daughter had not said they were eggs, do you think you would have recognized them as fungi?

Heather's tip is cool! I've never heard that!

Dreama said...

Now, that's just plain nasty!!!

Susanne said...

Weird little things they are!

Roxanne said...

ICK!

Mommy Dearest said...

Are you sure they aren't rotten dinosaur eggs? I can smell them from here.

Tammy said...

They look like dinosaur eggs to me!;)

*Yuck!*

Linda said...

What does the odor resemble? Why did I ask that?