- Himalayan Caesar mushroom - Amanita hemibapha, a choice edible. It was first described in the 1860s from neighboring Sikkim.
- Austroboletus olivaceoglutinosus with green viscid cap found on Dochung La
- Boletellus emodensis seen in Taktsang
- Two young Boletus reticuloceps seen near Ura
Local people do not appreciate these porcini and ignore them. Well, they think they are toxic.
- Boletus reticuloceps found in Ura
Boletus reticuloceps, an excellent king bolete associate with conifers distributed in the Eastern Himalayas and Eastern Tibet. It was first described from the Tibetan areas in Yunnan. Then it was named as Aureboletus reticuloceps, but in 2005 in Sydowia 57-1 Wang, Q. B. & Y. J. Yao published "Boletus reticuloceps, a new combination for Aureoboletus reticuloceps"
- Calocera viscosa
- Chanterelles, probably Cantharellus cibarius growing in Taktsang
- Chanterelle selling lady in Lobesa
- Codonopsis vincifolia near Taktsang. Some Codonopsis are important medicinals in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicines
- Colquhounia coccinea flower
Colquhounia coccinea, an intensely red to orange flowering shrub in the mint family that grows in Bhutan between 1600 and 2600m.
- Cordyceps farinosa seen near Jakar
- Cordyceps farinosa found in the oak forest remnants close to Jakar in Bumthang in 2700m / 8800ft altitude
- Craterellus sp. seen in Dorjibi under oak near Jakar
- Cyanosis vaga a common weed. This spiderwort related to tradescentia
Cyanosis vaga is a common tiny weed growing on the edges of fields & forest in the Himalayas
- Boletus reticuloceps, a choice edible porcini growing with spruce in Ura, Bumthang, Bhutan
- Microstoma flocosum seen in Bhutan below Tiget Nest
- Pseudohydnum cf gelatinosum seen in Sipaliwini, Suriname
- A bright orange Marasmius seen in Sipaliwini, Suriname
- Amauroderma seen near Kwamalasamutu, Suriname
- Ceratiomyxa sphaerospora, slime mold seen in Sipaliwini, Suriname