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Termitomyces Cartilaginous


It's scientific name isTermitomyces Cartilaginous. It is an edible wild mushroom and is consumed by local residents in Dalaguete town since time immemorial. Often, it grows during -ber months in the Philippines (rainy season).


Damp area


* Edible wild mushroom in Cebu, Philippines * Locally called as ligbos or ohong / ohom * Spotted in Dalaguete town * Great for soup

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Dalaguete, Central Visayas, Philippines

Spotted on Oct 11, 2020
Submitted on Oct 11, 2020

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