Authors: Choki Gyeltshen and Michael B. Thomas
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Locality: Bhutan (27.410790, 90.395510)
Abstract: This is an all-taxa biodiversity inventory, or ATBI, and is a digital resource to document and identify all biological species living in Bhutan. All ATBIs are inherently incomplete since, the biota of even well-studied areas includes many undescribed and often difficult-to-study species, and new species are regularly established through immigration and introduction.
Notes: Project supported by the United States Fulbright Scholar Program, Washington, D.C. (2017). The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.

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Families: 254
Genera: 757
Species: 1977 (species rank)
Total Taxa: 1997 (including subsp. and var.)

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Locality: Diglai in Samdrup Jongkhar
Paro, Chilaila, on soil in alpine area. Previously reported from Bhutan by Sochting (1999).
Edible, Solitary or sometimes gregarious and terrestrial, Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and scattered, Mycobank
Locality: Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang)
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Edible, Terrestrial and solitary or in groups of few, Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and gregarious to clustered, often on , Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and solitary to gregarious, Mycobank
Posionous, Terrestrial and solitary to scattered, Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and scattered to gregarious, Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and scattered to gregarious, Mycobank
Posionous, Terrestrial and solitary or in a group of few, Mycobank
Posionous, Terrestrial and scattered to gregarious, Mycobank
Edible when well-cooked, Solitary to gregarious and terrestrial, Mycobank
Locality: Diglai in Samdrup Jongkhar
Locality: Diglai in Samdrup Jongkhar
Locality: Nyera-amachhu in Samdrup Jongkhar, Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang), Maokhola in Sarpang and Dhamdum in Samtse.
Thimphu, Dochola, on smooth-barked tree. A cosmopolitan species not previously recorded from
Thimphu, Dochola, on tree.
Edible, On the ground, on decayed parts of wood, mostly at, Mycobank
Thimphu, Phajoding, lichenicolous on Hypogymnia hypotrypa.
Paro, Chilaila, on soil in alpine area.
Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Phajoding and Phobjika, on soil.
Insect Fungi
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Locality: Diglai in Samdrup Jongkhar and Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang); Dhan Bahadur Gurung s.n. [CNR]
Inedible, On dry sandy soil or under conifer trees and other, Mycobank
Inedible, Terrestrial and scattered to solitary, Mycobank
Edible, On dead logs, branches and stumps and solitary to , Mycobank
Inedible, On rooting cones of conifers and humus and solitar, Mycobank
Thimphu, Phajoding, on tree. Not previously reported from the Himalayas.
Locality: Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang)
Locality: Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang)
Paro, Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Chilaila, Dochola and Chela, on soil. Not previously reported from the Himalayas.
Thimphu, Dochola and Dochola-Tashigang, on soil. Not previously reported from the Himalayas.
Locality: Nyera-amachhu in Samdrup Jongkhar and Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang). No materials were collected.
Reported by Dubey (1978), Dhendup & Boyd (1994), Petr (1999), and Bhattarai & Thinley (2005), so no material was examined.
Reported by Dubey (1978), Dhendup & Boyd (1994), Petr (1999), and Bhattarai & Thinley (2005), so no material was examined.
Locality: Diglai in Samdrup Jongkhar
Locality: Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang)
Locality: Serichhu in Salamji (Dagana) and Manas in Panpang (Zhemgang)
Reported by Dubey (1978), Dhendup & Boyd (1994), Petr (1999), and Bhattarai & Thinley (2005), so no material was examined.
Locality: Manas in Panbang (Zhemgang)
Locality: Diglai in Samdrup Jongkhar
Thimphu, Dochola, on tree. Not previously reported from the Himalayas.
Too small for culinary purpose, Solitary and on the lawns among grasses, Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and solitary to scattered, Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and solitary to scattered and sometime, Mycobank
Edible, Solitary, scattered, or gregariously and terrestri, Mycobank
Edible, Solitary or gregariously and terrestrial, Mycobank
Locality: Dagachhu in Dagana
Reported by Dubey (1978), Dhendup & Boyd (1994), Petr (1999), and Bhattarai & Thinley (2005), so no material was examined.
Wangdue Phodrang, Paro, Thimphu, Chela, Chilaila, Dochola and above Serbithang, on trees. Rather common.
Thimphu, Dochola, Dolong-Tango, Khasadrapchung, Phajoding-C, on trees. Rather common.
Wangdue Phodrang, Paro, Thimphu, Chela, Chilaila, Dochola, Gogona, Phajoding and Se, Common
Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Dochola, Lawala and Phajoding-Chokhortse, on trees.
Thimphu, Lungtenphu, on tree. Not previously reported from the Himalayas.
Thimphu, Phajoding-Chokhortse, on branch. Not previously reported from the Himalayas.
Thimphu, Dochola, on tree.
Thimphu, Lungtenphu and Serbithang, on trees.
Thimphu, Dochola, on tree.
Thimphu, Dochola, on tree.
Thimphu, Dochola, on trees and wood.
Unknown, Lignicolous on dead logs and stumps, Mycobank
Thimphu, Dochola, on tree. An unexpected species with aeruginose campylidia with conidia ca. 5 x 3 lm, unidentifiable due to the lack of apothecia.
Reported from Bhutan by S
Paro, Thimphu, Chilaila, Phajoding-Chokhortse and Serbithang, on branches and on mosses in alpine area
Wangdue Phodrang, Bajo, on branches.
Thimphu, Serbithang, on branches.
Thimphu, Lungtenphu, on tree.
Thimphu, Lungtenphu, on pebbles.
Edible when young, Terrestrial and scattered to gregarious in grasses, Mycobank
Thimphu, Dochola and Lungtenphu, on trees.
Punakha, Thimphu, Amrimo, Chilaila, Khasadrapchung, Lungtenphu and S, Rather common.
Chela and Chilaila, on soil, One of the few crustose alpine species restricted to the Himalayas.
Thimphu, Lungtenphu, on rock.
Edible, Terrestrial and scattered to gregarious, Mycobank
Edible, Terrestrial and solitary to scattered and sometime, Mycobank
Locality: In aquaculture in Sarpang and Samdrup Jongkhar
Reported from Bhutan by S
Reported from Bhutan by Randlane et al. (2002). Not found in our material.
Reported from Bhutan by S
Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Dochola, below Dolong, Lawala, Phajoding-Chokhorts, Rather common.
Paro, Wangdue Phodrang, Thimphu, Chilaila, Chela and Phajoding, on trees.
Paro, Chilaila, on Rhododendron.
Wangdue Phodrang, Thimphu, Chela, Dochola, Gogona and Phajoding, Rather common, on trees.
Reported from Bhutan by Randlane et al. (2002). Not found in our material.
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988 as Cetraria). Not found in our material.
Thimphu, Dochola, on tree.
Locality: Kalikhola in Sarpang
Reported by Dubey (1978), Dhendup & Boyd (1994), Petr (1999), and Bhattarai & Thinley (2005), so no material was examined.
Locality: Crocodile farm in Phuntsholing (Chukha)
Locality: Singhikhola in Phuntsholing (Chukha)
Reported by Dubey (1978), Dhendup & Boyd (1994), Petr (1999), and Bhattarai & Thinley (2005), so no material was examined.
Gasa Dzong (Gasa District), Distribution: Europe and United States of America.
Inedible, On decayed hardwood logs and sticks and scattered , Mycobank
Thimphu, Khasadrapchung, on Cupressus.
Locality: Introduced for aquaculture in Sarpang and Samdrup Jongkhar
Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Dochola and Phobjika, near bird observatory hut, on soil.
Wangdue Phodrang, Chela, on soil.
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988). Not found in our material.; D.K. Upreti and M. Ranjan 201702 [NBC]
Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Dolong-Tango, Chela, Phajoding, Pomela, Serbithang, Rather common.; D.K. Upreti and M. Ranjan 201634/A [NBC]
below Dolong, Dolong-Tango, Lungtenphu and Serbith, Rather common, usually on rotten tree.
Paro, Chilaila, on soil.
Wangdue Phodrang, Thimphu, Chela, Lawala, Phajoding, Phobjika, Rather common, near bird observatory hut.
Thimphu, Serbithang, on soil.
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988). Not found in our material.; D.K. Upreti and M. Ranjan 201612 [NBC]
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988). Not found in our material.; D.K. Upreti and M. Ranjan 201701 [NBC]
Thimphu, Khasadrapchung, on soil.
Punakha, Wangdue Phodrang, Thimphu, Amrino, Gogona, Lungtenphu and Phajoding, on soil. Present in two chemical varieties.
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988). Not found in our material.; D.K. Upreti and M. Ranjan 201705 [NBC]
Paro, Thimphu, Chilaila and Lungtenphu, on soil.
Thimphu, Tashigang, on soil. This species is treated here in a chemically wide sense.
Wangdue Phodrang, Thimphu, Gogona, Khasadrapchung, Lungtenphu and Tashigang, Rather common.
Paro, Wangdue Phodrang, Chilaila, Lungtenphu and Phobjika, near bird observatory hut, on soil.
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988).; D.K. Upreti and M. Ranjan 201613 [NBC]
Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Dochola, Lawala, Serbithang and Tashigang, on soil.
Wangdue Phodrang, Thimphu, Gogona, Lungtenphu, Phajoding and Phobjika, on soil.
Thimphu, Wangdue Phodrang, Lungtenphu, Lawala, Phobjika, Serbithang and Tashi, on soil.
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988, as C. pityrea).
Paro, Thimphu, Chilaila and Tashigang, on soil.
Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988 as C. nemoxyna).
Thimphu, Dochola, Lungtenphu, Phajoding and above Serbithan, on soil.; D.K. Upreti and M. Ranjan 201704 [NBC]
Thimphu, Dochola and Lungtenphu, on soil.
Paro, Thimphu, Chilaila, Dochola and Phajoding, Rather common, on soil.
Locality: Sewerage tank and Toorsa in Phuntsholing (Chukha). No materials were collected.
Edible, Solitary to gregarious and terrestrial under hard , Mycobank
Edible, Solitary, scattered or gregariously growing on lit, Mycobank
Posionous, Growing scattered or gregariously on litters or te, Mycobank
Edible, Solitary to scattered, or gregariously in grassy a, Mycobank
Near Tsamba (Bumthang District) and Pame Tso (Bumthang District), Distribution: Cosmopolitan.
Gasa Dzong (Gasa District), Distribution: Cosmopolitan.
Thimphu, Phajoding and above Serbithang, on trees and rock.
Punakha, Amrimo, on rock. Reported from Bhutan by Upreti and Ranjan (1988).
Thimphu, Serbithang, on rock.
Near Tsamba (Bumthang District), Distribution: Cosmopolitan.
Bajo, Chilaila, Dochola & Lungtenphu, Rather common on trees.
Inedible, likely to be poisonous, Terrestrial on parks, gardens, fields, solitary to, Mycobank
Edible and delicious when fruit bodies are very young, Terrestrial beside highways, trails and disturbed , Mycobank
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Insect Fungi, Mycobank , source: Nigel L. Hywel-Jones
Thimphu, Dochola, on mosses. Only the squamulose thallus found, not the basidiocarps.
Inedible, Terrestrial and scatted to gregarious, Mycobank