SK2003 15 June 2019 – Mycophyta : 12 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)- around 750 kb each. 

Location: Suryabinayak, Bhaktapur
Date: 7 June 2019
Elevation: 1419 m.
Habit : Wild 

Pl. check comparative images at 

Likely some Lentinus species.
Family – Polyporaceae
These reminds me the one i have found growing on fallen Pinus roxburghii log.
(I will post them soon in another thread)
… are these growing in soil or or some decaying wood or log?

Russula nepalensis Adhikare ??

If these are growing as solitary in humus rich soil and not on decaying wood , then it must be a Russula sp.
That’s why i have asked you about its growing habitat. moreover Russula is softer and brittle unlike Lentinus which is flexible and not brittle and soft.
Yes it looks close to Russula nepalensis
Here’s one illustration that looks close

Can it be confirmed from … as per details at his site:

Date of collection – 7 June 2019
Growing habitat – Shady moist forest floor
Altitude – 1419 m.
Place of collection – Suryabinayak
Name of collector – Saroj Kumar Kasaju
Identification intended for – For identification.

Check with Cantharellus sp

Cantharellus cibarius ??

What are the species reported from Nepal in Adhikari ji’s book ?

List imbedded- 15 species from the genus

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