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- Chlorociboria sp. fruiting bodies cose up
- Oak forest with some bamboo and a creek near Villa de Leyva.
- Bomarea crassifolia, a beautiful, huge winding Alstroemeriaceae common in the cloud forest, growing in a fern.
- Bolete (Neoboletus?) growing with Quercus humboldtii seen in Villa de Leyva in about 8000 ft
- Bolete cap near Villa de Leyva
- Bib bolete near Villa de Leyva
- Boletus variipes? growing with oak.
- Boletus sp. maybe B. variipes
- Tremella growing on a dead oak in Villa de Leya
- Tylopilus sp. near Villa de Leyva
- Flowers of Solanum quitoense, the edible and tasty Lulu
- Oak forest near Villa de Leyva
- Macrolepiota colombiana growing in Chauna, a choice edible Parasole!
- Looking and the snake skin stem, big ring and gills of Macrlepiota colombiana in Chauna
- All white Amanita sp. with visicid cap growing in Chauna
- Amanita flavoconica in 3 stages in Chauna
- Amanita flavoconica growing in an oak forest in Chauna, Boyacá
- Lactifluus deceptivus, formerly known as Lactarius deceptivus (Peck 1885), the Deceiving milkycap.
- Lactifluus deceptivus gills seen in Chauna's oak forest, Boyacá. Rather broad gills and a unpleasant bitter, spicy taste when fresh are typical. Cooking will neutralize the unpleasant taste and render this milkycap edible. However, my system was not happy
- Galerina sp. seen in Chauna