Here are some pictures of Bhutanese Cordyceps.
|Figure One - Cordyceps militaris|
|Figure Two - Cordyceps sp.|
|Figure Three - Cordyceps sinensis|
|Figure Four - Ophiocordyceps 'bhutanensis'.|
It's a relative of Oph. sinensis - ie it is also an Ophiocordyceps. But it will, in this day and age, take molecular work to show how close it is related to Oph. sinensis. For now it is known as the 'Gedu Cordyceps' because it came from Gedu. We have a couple of names in the pipeline for it.