Macrofungi

Covers mushrooms and other non-lichenized fungi that form multicellular fruiting bodies large enough to be seen with the unaided eye.

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Banded Agaric (Agaricus bitorquis)
Fiery Agaric (Gymnopilus junonius)
Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria)
Distribution: Broad
Forest Agaric (Agaricus silvicola)
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: Forests and woodlands
Giant Agaric (Agaricus augustus)
Habitat: Found in particularly in well watered areas under cedars and in disturbed areas, such as campgrounds or along trails or roads.
Horse Agaric (Agaricus augustus)
Habitat: Found in particularly in well watered areas under cedars and in disturbed areas, such as campgrounds or along trails or roads.
Orange moss Agaric (Rickenella fibula)
Distribution: It occurs in mossy forest habitats but also is a common urban mushroom, occurring in small to large groups in mossy lawns of homes, parks, and similar habitats.
Spring Agaric (Agaricus bitorquis)
Sylvan Agaric (Agaricus silvicola)
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: Forests and woodlands
Urban Agaric (Agaricus bitorquis)
Wine-colored Agaric (Agaricus subrutilescens)
Anise Agaricus (Agaricus micromegethus)
Banded Agaricus (Agaricus bitorquis)
Diminutive Agaricus (Agaricus diminutivus)
Felt-ringed Agaricus (Agaricus hondensis)
Habitat: Occurs primarily in forests, seems to be restricted to the Pacific Coast, and is more common in California than it is in the PNW.
Horse Agaricus (Agaricus arvensis)
Meadow Agaricus (Agaricus campestris)
Distribution: Worldwide
Habitat: Found in fields or pastures, especially those rich in manure
Mountain gastroid Agaricus (Agaricus inapertus)
Prince Agaricus (Agaricus augustus)
Habitat: Found in particularly in well watered areas under cedars and in disturbed areas, such as campgrounds or along trails or roads.
Purple Agaricus (Agaricus purpurellus)
Red-gilled Agaricus (Melanophyllum haematospermum)
Habitat: Found in a variety of habitats including forests, green houses, and manure piles
Red-staining Agaricus (Agaricus silvaticus)
Salt-loving Agaricus (Agaricus bernardii)
Small slender Agaricus (Agaricus comtulus)
Spring Agaricus (Agaricus bitorquis)
Tall stem Agaricus (Agaricus altipes)
Urban Agaricus (Agaricus bitorquis)
Wine Agaricus (Agaricus semotus)
Wine-colored Agaricus (Agaricus subrutilescens)
Woodland Agaricus (Agaricus silvicola)
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: Forests and woodlands
Woods Agaricus (Agaricus silvicola)
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: Forests and woodlands
Woolly-stemmed Agaricus (Agaricus subrutilescens)
Common Agrocybe (Agrocybe pediades)
Hemispheric Agrocybe (Agrocybe pediades)
Spring Agrocybe (Agrocybe praecox)
Amadou (Fomes fomentarius)
Booted Amanita (Amanita porphyria)
Habitat: Conifer forests
Fly Amanita (Amanita muscaria)
Distribution: Broad
Gray-veil Amanita (Amanita porphyria)
Habitat: Conifer forests
Grey veiled Amanita (Amanita porphyria)
Habitat: Conifer forests
Powder-cap Amanita (Amanita farinosa)
Purple brown Amanita (Amanita porphyria)
Habitat: Conifer forests
Purplish Amanita (Amanita porphyria)
Habitat: Conifer forests
Smith's Amanita (Amanita smithiana)
Western woodland Amanita (Amanita silvicola)
Habitat: It occurs in conifer and mixed woods and has been reported with a variety of tree hosts including alder.
Substrate: Leaf litter and soil
Yellow-veiled Amanita (Amanita augusta)
Ringed Anellaria (Panaeolus semiovatus)
Angel's-wings (Pleurocybella porrigens)
Distribution: Found on conifer (especially hemlock) logs and stumps throughout the PNW, often occurring in large, exquisite, imbricate masses
Angel-of-death (Craterellus cornucopioides)
Ant-eater (Ophiocordyceps myrmecophila)
Cucumber Armillaria (Tricholoma vernaticum)
Scaly yellow Armillaria (Floccularia luteovirens)
Shaggy-stalked Armillaria (Floccularia albolanaripes)
Sheathed Armillaria (Floccularia albolanaripes)