Creation date / 2018 / August / 19
- Lycoperdon sp. seen in Motithang. Maybe L. spadiceum, since it is yellow, but that is just a guess.
- Calocera viscosa
- Albatrellus caeruleoporus cap & hymenium
- Albatrellus caeruleoporus hymenium
- Amanita rubrovolvata 3 DW Ms
- An intense red Mycena species seen near Taktsang
- Amanita hemibapha young ed Cr DW Ms
- Himalayan Caesar mushroom - Amanita hemibapha, a choice edible. It was first described in the 1860s from neighboring Sikkim.
- Otidea onotica - Donkey ears growing below Pajoding
- Lichenomphalina sp., fruiting bodies of a lichen!
- Gloeophyllum sepiarum?
- Boletus reticuloceps seen in Phajoding.
- Agaricus "moelleri" with an unpleasant phenolic odor hence non-edible seen in Phajoding
- Suillus spraguei seen in Phajoding.
This "Painted bolete" (it used to be Suillus pictus) is widely eaten in Bhutan. Whole young caps a fried tubes down. We enjoyed it several times!
- Guepinia helvelloides
- Phylloporus sp., the gilled bolete seen near Phajoding
- Phylloporus sp. showing its beautiful yellow gills
- A graceful Cystoderma sp. seen near Phajoding
- Calocera viscosa seen in Phajoding
- Laccaria amethystina