This valley has the most impressive forest, a mixture of Quercus species, Tsuga, Abies and other trees.
One of the first fungi we saw was a young specimen of the heterobasidiomycete-polypore Elmerina holophaea.
An other very beautiful fungus in wood was Mycena leaiana with yellow gill edge.
On the leaves there were lots of small discomycetes and also this surprising "Mycena" which turned out to be porois, thus maybe belonging to the genus Poromycena.
The rainy season has just begun and we hope the next weeks will lure more fungi up from the ground!