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- Cantharellus sp. hymenium found in Pauna's oak forest.
- Same Cantharellus found in Pauna
- Cantharellus sp. fruiting in Pauna's Quercus humboldtii forest
- Monotropa sp. or maybe a red variety of M. uniflora, a mycoheterotroph plant that gets its nutrients from a fungi growing in Pauna, Colombia
- Fungus imperfectus et incognitus or rather an unknown anamorph seen Pauna
- Coltricia sp., which is an oak associated ectomycorrhizal seen in Pauna
- Arcyria slime mold aka Cotton Candy slime mold seen in Los Santos, Santander
- The very toxic and wide spread Green-spored Parasol Chlorophyllum molybdites growing in the meadow in Los Santos.
- An Earthball, Scleroderma citrinum?, is an ectmycorrhizal fungus seen in Pauna Pauna DW Ms
- Coprinellus disseminatus with water drops in Los Santos
- Spiny pins of young Mycena mushrooms with a caterpillar cruising through it. Seen in Los Santos
- Slime mold shortly before breaking open to spill its spores. Los Santos Coffee farm. gray LosSantos DW Ms
- Tasting the superb coffee in Los Santos. Awesome coffee farm. We are always including a coffee farm visit with tasting in all our Mushroaming Colombia tours.
- Xylaria sp. fruiting in a nice row
- Bucaramanga's skyline. We prefered enjoying the charm of the coffee over visiting Colombia's 4th biggest town.
- Beautiful garden of the Los Santos coffee farm
- Dr. Tatiana Sanjuan proudly displaying the Calvatia giants
- very fragile Leucocoprinus. Not sure if actually L. fragilissima? Los Santos
- An ant killed by Beauveria sp.
- Gigantic Xylaria, possibly X. telfairii, with measuring stick showing 15cm fruiting bodies