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Lactarius 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.

Lactarius indigo young Disp DW Ms.jpg Ditiola sp., this one seen in the Tang Valley is much bigger than many of the Ditiolas.ThumbnailsCheku showing beautiful Amanita caesareoides. We did not eat them, since they were clearly different from the common Himalayan Caesar Amanita hemibapha.Ditiola sp., this one seen in the Tang Valley is much bigger than many of the Ditiolas.ThumbnailsCheku showing beautiful Amanita caesareoides. We did not eat them, since they were clearly different from the common Himalayan Caesar Amanita hemibapha.Ditiola sp., this one seen in the Tang Valley is much bigger than many of the Ditiolas.ThumbnailsCheku showing beautiful Amanita caesareoides. We did not eat them, since they were clearly different from the common Himalayan Caesar Amanita hemibapha.Ditiola sp., this one seen in the Tang Valley is much bigger than many of the Ditiolas.ThumbnailsCheku showing beautiful Amanita caesareoides. We did not eat them, since they were clearly different from the common Himalayan Caesar Amanita hemibapha.Ditiola sp., this one seen in the Tang Valley is much bigger than many of the Ditiolas.ThumbnailsCheku showing beautiful Amanita caesareoides. We did not eat them, since they were clearly different from the common Himalayan Caesar Amanita hemibapha.
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