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Ditiola sp., this one seen in the Tang Valley is much bigger than many of the Ditiolas.

Ditiola pezizaeformis 6 HA DW Ms.jpg Probably a Ditiola, Dacrymycetaceae, we called it the bell flower jelly fungusThumbnailsLactarius subindigo looks lust like the new worlds Lactarius indigo. It is edible and enjoyable. I tested the Bhutan version without ill effects. L. subindigo is reported from China, Japan and New Guniea.Probably a Ditiola, Dacrymycetaceae, we called it the bell flower jelly fungusThumbnailsLactarius subindigo looks lust like the new worlds Lactarius indigo. It is edible and enjoyable. I tested the Bhutan version without ill effects. L. subindigo is reported from China, Japan and New Guniea.Probably a Ditiola, Dacrymycetaceae, we called it the bell flower jelly fungusThumbnailsLactarius subindigo looks lust like the new worlds Lactarius indigo. It is edible and enjoyable. I tested the Bhutan version without ill effects. L. subindigo is reported from China, Japan and New Guniea.Probably a Ditiola, Dacrymycetaceae, we called it the bell flower jelly fungusThumbnailsLactarius subindigo looks lust like the new worlds Lactarius indigo. It is edible and enjoyable. I tested the Bhutan version without ill effects. L. subindigo is reported from China, Japan and New Guniea.Probably a Ditiola, Dacrymycetaceae, we called it the bell flower jelly fungusThumbnailsLactarius subindigo looks lust like the new worlds Lactarius indigo. It is edible and enjoyable. I tested the Bhutan version without ill effects. L. subindigo is reported from China, Japan and New Guniea.
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