Dacrymyces chrysospermus Berk. & M. A. Curtis, 1873 (syn: Dacrymyces palmatus Bres., 1904; Dacrymyces palmatus var. minor B. Liu & L. Fan, 1990; Dacrymyces palmatus var. palmatus Burt, 1921; Dacryopsis palmata Lloyd, 1920; Tremella palmata Schwein., 1832);
Very attractive (poisonous?!) like the sweet ‘jangri’.


This is Dacrymyces palmatus, commonly known as orange jelly fungus.

This is indeed Dacrymyces palmatus. I confused it with Tremella aurantia  as both look very close hence I was reluctant to reply for this post.

Dacrymyces palmatus for sure


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Location:  Osho Tapovan, Nepal
Date: 18 July 2015
Altitude: 1500 m.
Habitat : Wild



Dacrymyces palmatus (Schwein.) as only one listed in the book so far?


It is a syn. as per Catalogue of life;


OK …


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