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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American slippery jack (Suillus americanus)
Blue-staining slippery jack (Suillus tomentosus)
Distribution: Very common and abundant in the PNW.
Habitat: S. tomentosus occurs primarily under lodgepole and shore pines.
Dotted-stalked slippery jack (Suillus granulatus)
Fat jack (Suillus caerulescens)
Habitat: Occurs with Douglas fir
Granulated slippery jack (Suillus granulatus)
Hollow-stalked tamarack jack (Suillus cavipes)
Habitat: associated with larch when it occurs in the PNW.
Hollow-stemmed tamarack jack (Suillus cavipes)
Habitat: associated with larch when it occurs in the PNW.
Matte jack (Suillus lakei)
Habitat: Occurs under Douglas fir.
Poor man's slippery jack (Suillus tomentosus)
Distribution: Very common and abundant in the PNW.
Habitat: S. tomentosus occurs primarily under lodgepole and shore pines.
Short-stemmed slippery jack (Suillus brevipes)
Habitat: It occurs primarily with two-needle pines during late summer and fall
Siberian slippery jack (Suillus sibiricus)
Slim jack (Suillus umbonatus)
Distribution: It is broadly distributed in the Northern Hemisphere.
Habitat: It is rather abundant at times in lodgepole pine forests in late summer and early fall, and in shore pine woodlands in fall, sometimes growing in clusters and lining the edges of moist depressions.
Slippery jack (Suillus luteus)
Tamarack jack (Suillus grevillei)
Habitat: Associated with larch.
Umbonate slippery jack (Suillus umbonatus)
Distribution: It is broadly distributed in the Northern Hemisphere.
Habitat: It is rather abundant at times in lodgepole pine forests in late summer and early fall, and in shore pine woodlands in fall, sometimes growing in clusters and lining the edges of moist depressions.
Veiled short-stemmed slippery jack (Suillus pseudobrevipes)
Apricot jelly (Guepinia helvelloides)
Orange jelly (Dacrymyces chrysospermus)
Toothed jelly (Pseudohydnum gelatinosum)
Amber jelly roll (Exidia recisa)
Black jelly roll (Exidia glandulosa)
Jelly-babies (Leotia lubrica)
Common jelly-baby (Leotia lubrica)
Ochre jelly-club (Leotia lubrica)
Purple jelly-drops (Ascocoryne sarcoides)
Common jelly-spot (Dacrymyces stillatus)
Habitat: It often occurs on cedar-board fences becoming apparent every time it rains.
Substrate: conifer wood, occasionally hardwood substrates
Jellybaby (Leotia lubrica)
Slippery Jill (Suillus subolivaceus)