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- Favolaschia sp.
Favolaschia sp. growing from a small branch seen near Cascadas de Chorrera East of Bogota
- Macrolepiota colombiana gill disc Chorrera
Gills of Macrolepiota colombiana. There is a poisonous green-spored look-alike Chlorophyllum molybdites, also common in Colombia.
- Macrolepiota colombiana Cap Chorrera
Cap of the Colombian Parasol (Macrolepiota colombiana) seen in Chorrera
- Macrolepiota colombiana Chorrera
Macrolepiota colombiana, a tasty and common mushroom in the mid altitudes in Colombia, here seen in Chorrera, an hour E of Bogota.
- Dinner at the Wok
Dinner at Bogotas Wok restaurant, awesome fusion of Asian cuisine and fresh Colombian ingredients
- Tamales Puerta falsa
tasty Tamales offered in Puerta falsa
- Puerta Falsa
Puerta Falsa, the oldest restaurant in Bogota
- Plaza Bolivar Cathedral Palace of Justice and Parliament
Plaza Bolivar Cathedral Palace of Justice and Parliament M
- Bead necklaces Bogota DW Ms
Bead necklaces for sale in Bogota
- Marasmius white PuertoNarino
A Marasmius growing out of a leaf seen in Puerto Narino, Colombian Amazon
- Ophiocordyceps cf australis white
An Ophiocordyceps infected ant. It looks alot like O. australis, but that has usually a white fertile head of the stroma.
- Metacordyceps sp Leticia
Metacordyceps sp growing in Leticia
- Ceratiomyxa sphaerosperma
Ceratiomyxa sphaerosperma, a tiny slimemold. I love the glass-like stipe of this gorgeous slime mold.
- Spider net Stabilimentum
Spider net with stabilimentum
- Metacordyceps sp on bug
A Metacordyceps sp on bug
- Metacordyceps sp on bug detail
Metacordyceps sp. and its bug host
- Marasmius reduced gill Leticia
A Marasmius with seriously reduced gills
- Ophiocordyceps unilateralis
- Calostilbella calostilbe
Calostilbella calostilbe is a monotypic species in the Nectriaceae.
- Calostilbella calostilbe spot
Calostilbella calostilbe seen from above. Without closely looking most people just see a red spot on dead wood.