The Phallus indusiatus, or the veiled lady, is a member of the stinkhorn family. It grows in woodlands and areas with rich soil and lots of woody decay. Its bell-shaped cap resembles a veil and falls all the way to the ground. The young fruit bodies of the veiled lady are enclosed in a insidium, which acts as a protective layer to the spores. In eastern Asia, P. indusiatus is made good on its edibility, and is even considered both a delicacy and aphrodisiac.