Sorry, don’t even have a local name for this one. The Shan of Mae Hong Son province in northwest Thailand call them by the generic name ‘hep buer’, which means poisonous fungi. The ones that are good to eat, and there are many, seem to have attracted much nicer, descriptive names. This one was alone, in a native pine forest at about 1000 metres absl, and when I saw it today, I thought the curved and colourful stem was quite distinctive. The laced leaf next to it, from a dried dipterocarp ‘propeller’ seed, was a bonus. Any names or knowledge on this fungi is appreciated.