Clathrus archeri - commonly known as the stinking octopus or the devil's fingers, is a fungus that has global distribution. The young fungus grew from the eggs of the subgroup, forming four to seven elongated slender arms, initially straightened and attached to the top. Then the arms develop, revealing a pinkish-red interior covered with a dark olive spore. In maturity, it smells like a rotten body. He performs in Australia, New Zealand, California, USA, South Africa and Europe. He comes from Australia and has spread to other parts of the world. In Europe, it was first observed in 1914 in France. In Poland, its occurrence was observed for the first time in 1975.