This very tiny insect was less than 1mm long! I couldn't recognize its form until I could see the photos. I took several, but most of them were not clear due to its size.
This is a female leopard that we saw resting on a rock by the side of a dirt track. She was sighted about 3:00 pm which is not usual time leopards are seen in these part of the forest. She had two 6-8 months old cubs which she must have left in forest in search of food.
Growing in clusters through cracks of bark in dead wood, abundant. Light brow to orange cap, with white gills and stipe. Gills attached.