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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Golden fairy-club (Clavulinopsis laeticolor)
Distribution: A widespread species, occurring across North America and in Europe and parts of Asia.
Orange fairy-cup (Aleuria aurantia)
Distribution: A. aurantia is widespread in the Northern Hemisphere.
Spores: spores are ellipsoid, 13--24 x 7.5--10 µm
Black veined false truffle (Melanogaster euryspermus)
Blushing false truffle (Rhizopogon rubescens)
Citrine false truffle (Truncocolumella citrina)
Distribution: Broad Broad
White jellied false truffle (Leucophleps spinispora)
Fairy fan (Spathularia flavida)
Common fiber vase (Thelephora terrestris)
Distribution: Broad
Black nipple fiberhead (Inocybe fuscodisca)
Blushing fiberhead (Inocybe whitei)
Lilac fiberhead (Inocybe lilacina)
Pungent fiberhead (Inocybe sororia)
Green-foot fibre-head (Inocybe calamistrata)
Straw-colored fibre-head (Inocybe rimosa)
Distribution: Broad
Torn fibre-head (Inocybe lacera)
White-disc fibre-head (Inocybe albodisca)
Distribution: I. albodisca has been reported from throughout the forested PNW, south to California, and east to New England
Blushing fibrecap (Inocybe whitei)
Fleecy fibrecap (Inocybe flocculosa)
Frosty fibrecap (Inocybe maculata)
Green-foot fibrecap (Inocybe calamistrata)
Lilac fibrecap (Inocybe lilacina)
Lilac leg fibrecap (Inocybe griseolilacina)
Pear fibrecap (Inocybe fraudans)
Pineling fibrecap (Inocybe jacobi)
Scurfy fibrecap (Inocybe petiginosa)
Split fibrecap (Inocybe rimosa)
Distribution: Broad
Torn fibrecap (Inocybe lacera)
White fibrecap (Inocybe geophylla)
Common fieldcap (Agrocybe pediades)
Dark fieldcap (Agrocybe erebia)
Mulch fieldcap (Agrocybe putaminum)
Origin: Introduced
Netted fieldcap (Bolbitius reticulatus)
Spring fieldcap (Agrocybe praecox)
Blue-green flamecap (Gymnopilus punctifolius)
Fir flamecap (Gymnopilus sapineus)
Yellow tuning fork (Calocera viscosa)
Distribution: It is common, but rarely abundant, in western North America, as well as in Europe and Asia.
Habitat: Occurs on rotting conifer wood in the forests
Slim formosa (Ramaria leptoformosa)
Formosetta (Ramaria longispora)
Ant fungus (Ophiocordyceps myrmecophila)
Artillery fungus (Sphaerobolus iowensis)
Artillery fungus (Sphaerobolus stellatus)
Artist's fungus (Ganoderma applanatum)
Black cup fungus (Plectania melastoma)
Black snowbank cup fungus (Plectania nannfeldtii)
Brown bowl fungus (Tarzetta catinus)
Brown ear fungus (Auricularia auricula)
Bulbous honey fungus (Armillaria gallica)
Candlesnuff fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon)
Habitat: Occurs on rotting wood.
Cannon fungus (Sphaerobolus iowensis)
Cannon fungus (Sphaerobolus stellatus)
Cauliflower fungus (Sparassis crispa)
Distribution: It occurs in northern North America, Europe, and Asia.
Spores: The spores are white and may be produced on both surfaces of the leaf-like branches.
Common bird's nest fungus (Crucibulum laeve)
Concrescent corky spine fungus (Hydnellum concrescens)
Coral jelly fungus (Calocera viscosa)
Distribution: It is common, but rarely abundant, in western North America, as well as in Europe and Asia.
Habitat: Occurs on rotting conifer wood in the forests
Crown fungus (Sarcosphaera coronaria)
Distribution: S. coronaria occurs in spring, mostly in the mountains, often near melting snow, and is a harbinger of morel season. It also occurs in Europe and has been called S. crassa (Santi) Pouzar and S. eximia (Durieu & Léveillé) Maire.
Spores: The spores are broadly ellipsoid (13--22 x 7--10 µm) with blunt ends and usually two large oil drops.
Cryptic globe fungus (Cryptoporus volvatus)
Dark honey fungus (Armillaria ostoyae)
Habitat: Under conifers
Domestic cup fungus (Peziza domiciliana)
Domicile cup fungus (Peziza domiciliana)
Doughnut fungus (Rhizina undulata)
Dung-loving bird's-nest fungus (Cyathus stercoreus)
Ear-pick fungus (Auriscalpium vulgare)
Habitat: Auriscalpium vulgare is found primarily on (often buried) Douglas-fir cones in the PNW. Elsewhere it can often be found on the cones of pine or occasionally spruce.
Ear-spoon fungus (Auriscalpium vulgare)
Habitat: Auriscalpium vulgare is found primarily on (often buried) Douglas-fir cones in the PNW. Elsewhere it can often be found on the cones of pine or occasionally spruce.
Eyelash fungus (Scutellinia scutellata)
Hoof fungus (Fomes fomentarius)
Horse's hoof fungus (Fomes fomentarius)
Horsehair fungus (Marasmius androsaceus)
Indian paint fungus (Echinodontium tinctorium)
Jellied bird's nest fungus (Nidula candida)
Larch fungus (Fomitopsis officinalis)
Matchstick fungus (Mitrula elegans)
Habitat: Occurs on very wet plant litter or even on litter submerged in cold, shallow, running water.
Navel tooth fungus (Hydnum umbilicatum)
Orange nail fungus (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.
Orange peel fungus (Aleuria aurantia)
Distribution: A. aurantia is widespread in the Northern Hemisphere.
Spores: spores are ellipsoid, 13--24 x 7.5--10 µm
Orange-peel fungus (Aleuria aurantia)
Distribution: A. aurantia is widespread in the Northern Hemisphere.
Spores: spores are ellipsoid, 13--24 x 7.5--10 µm
Pine fire fungus (Rhizina undulata)
Quinine fungus (Fomitopsis officinalis)
Razorstrop fungus (Piptoporus betulinus)
Scarlet cup fungus (Sarcoscypha coccinea)
Silver leaf fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum)
Silver-leaf fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum)
Snowbank orange peel fungus (Caloscypha fulgens)
Distribution: Although most common in the western mountains, it occurs across North America, as well as in Europe and temperate Asia.
Spatula fungus (Spathularia flavida)
Sponge fungus (Sparassis crispa)
Distribution: It occurs in northern North America, Europe, and Asia.
Spores: The spores are white and may be produced on both surfaces of the leaf-like branches.
Stalked orange peel fungus (Sowerbyella rhenana)
Stone fungus (Polyporus tuberaster)
Tinder fungus (Fomes fomentarius)
Toothed jelly fungus (Pseudohydnum gelatinosum)
Warty jelly fungus (Exidia glandulosa)
White-crested coral fungus (Clavulina coralloides)
Yellow bird's nest fungus (Crucibulum laeve)
Yellow brain fungus (Tremella mesenterica)
Yellow-toothed fungus (Hydnum repandum)
Alexander's funnel (Clitocybe alexandri)
Aniseed funnel (Clitocybe odora)
Clouded funnel (Clitocybe nebularis)
Distribution: A variety of forests, often appearing along woodland trails late in fall
Common funnel (Clitocybe gibba)
Fragrant funnel (Clitocybe fragrans)
Frosty funnel (Clitocybe phyllophila)
Mealy frosted funnel (Clitocybe ditopa)
Tawny funnel (Lepista flaccida)
Funnel-cap (Clitocybe gibba)
Clustered funnelcap (Lepista subconnexa)
Fuzztop (Tricholoma vaccinum)
Distribution: Widely in Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Growth with conifers, especially spruce
Orange fuzzy-foot (Xeromphalina campanella)
Distribution: Very common It is very common on conifer wood in the PNW and elsewhere throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
Spores: spores are amyloid