Champagne Mushrooms are
a genus of cup fungi in the family
Sarcoscyphaceae, with the scientific designation Cookeina sulcipes.
These edible mushrooms grow on wood
3 to 6 centimeter tall.
They have a pale, whitish stipe, i.e the stem or stalk-like feature, and an orangey-pink, deep cup-shaped pileus, i.e. the cap-like part, 2 to 4 centimeters in diameter.
List of Thai Botanical Names.