Mata, M., D. Penjor and S. Pradham. 2010. Fungi of Bhutan. National Mushroom Centre, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Thimphu, Bhutan.
Local Name: No local name known
Edibility: Edible and medicinal.
Habitat: Lignicolous and scattered to gregarious.
Description: Fruiting Bodies: 1-5 cm tall and 2-5 cm wide, flabelliform, semicircular, some shell-shaped, surface smooth to very finely papillate, finely translucent white to greyish, sometimes brown, or fairly dark brown Hymenophore: Teeth 0.2-0.5 cm long, running down the stem, translucent white or pale greyish. Stem: Up to 2 cm tall and 1 cm wide, lateral, surface covered with fine hairs, densest at the base, white to greyish. Flesh: Rubbery-gelatinous and white to grey. Spore Print: White.
Comments: P. gelatinosumis a jelly fungus, easy to identify by the white teeth on the hymenophore and the somewhat gelatinous consistency of the fruiting body.