The resounding answer is yes, and the Stinkhorn fungus is even shaped like a phallus. I don’t recall reading about this study in 2001, but since the recent FDA approval of drug for female sexual desire has received so much attention someone has done their homework. It went viral and Dvora a regular at the Salon posted on fb.
CAN AN ORGASM BE CAUSED BY THE SCENT OF A MUSHROOM? – THE STINKHORN MUSHROOM
There is a legend, handed down through the generations from a source shrouded in the mists of time. Appearing mysteriously, in varying forms, in far flung regions of the globe, but particularly the South Pacific, telling a similar story various cultures speak of a mushroom with aphrodisiac effects on women.
Only when the gods are pleased will they bring
forth this magical plant, and only if a woman leads a good and
virtuous life will the gods reward her with this special treat just
for her pleasure. Or so the legend goes…
spontaneous orgasms in human females. In the trial involving 16 women, 6 had orgasms while smelling the fruit body, and the other ten, who
received smaller doses, experienced physiological changes such as increased heart rate. All of the 20 men tested considered the smell
disgusting. According to the authors, the results suggest that the hormone-like compounds present in the volatile portion of the gleba may
have some similarity to human neurotransmitters released in females during sexual activity. The study used the species found in Hawaii, not
the variety cultivated in China. ”
 Holliday JC, Soule N. (2001). “Spontaneous female orgasms triggered
by smell of a newly found tropical Dictyphora species”. International
Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms 3: 162–67. ISSN 1521-9437