Macrofungi
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Rabbit-ears (Otidea leporina)
Yellow rabbit-ears (Otidea leporina)
Northern red-dye (Cortinarius neosanguineus)
Western red-dye (Cortinarius smithii)
Redbelt (Fomitopsis pinicola)
Habitat: Occurs on conifers and hardwoods.
Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)
Western Rhizopogon (Rhizopogon occidentalis)
Habitat: Pine and Douglas fir forests
Luxuriant ringstalk (Stropharia hornemannii)
Distribution: It is widespread in the north temperate and boreal forests of the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: It sometimes occurs on intact conifer logs, but is most abundant on wood that has been more highly decomposed.
Scaly ringstalk (Leratiomyces squamosus)
Roll-rim (Paxillus involutus)
Habitat: P. involutus occurs in natural forest in our region but is not common there. It is much more common and abundant in parks and landscaped areas, where it is typically associated with birches, often along with Leccinum scabrum and Lactarius plumbeus
Blackbase rollrim (Tapinella atrotomentosa)
Habitat: Grows from rotting conifer stumps, snags, and logs
Brown rollrim (Paxillus involutus)
Habitat: P. involutus occurs in natural forest in our region but is not common there. It is much more common and abundant in parks and landscaped areas, where it is typically associated with birches, often along with Leccinum scabrum and Lactarius plumbeus
Oyster rollrim (Tapinella panuoides)
Velvet rollrim (Tapinella atrotomentosa)
Habitat: Grows from rotting conifer stumps, snags, and logs
Silky rosegill (Volvariella bombycina)
Stubble rosegill (Volvariella gloiocephala)
Blushing rosette (Abortiporus biennis)
Woolly rosette (Cotylidia pannosa)
Jelly rot (Phlebia tremellosa)
Habitat: mainly a fall fungus and occurs on stumps, logs, and woody debris of both hardwoods and conifers
Laminated root rot (Phellinidium weirii)
Aspen rough-stem (Leccinum insigne)
Habitat: Associated with aspen
Blue roundhead (Stropharia caerulea)
Conifer roundhead (Stropharia hornemannii)
Distribution: It is widespread in the north temperate and boreal forests of the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: It sometimes occurs on intact conifer logs, but is most abundant on wood that has been more highly decomposed.
Redlead roundhead (Leratiomyces ceres)
Verdigris roundhead (Stropharia aeruginosa)
Ruffles (Sparassis crispa)
Distribution: It occurs in northern North America, Europe, and Asia.
Almond-scented Russula (Russula laurocerasi)
American Russula (Russula americana)
Bicolored Russula (Russula bicolor)
Black and white Russula (Russula albonigra)
Blackening Russula (Russula albonigra)
Blackening Russula (Russula nigricans)
Distribution: Widespread in Northern Hemisphere
Blue Russula (Russula parazurea)
Cascade Russula (Russula cascadensis)
Creamy Russula (Russula cremoricolor)
Emetic Russula (Russula emetica)
Fragile Russula (Russula fragilis)
Habitat: Near or well-rotted wood
Grass-green Russula (Russula aeruginea)
Graying Russula (Russula decolorans)
Green Russula (Russula aeruginea)
Grey Russula (Russula grisea)
Integrated Russula (Russula albonigra)
Pale cap Russula (Russula basifurcata)
Pleasing Russula (Russula placita)
Rainbow Russula (Russula olivacea)
Red and black Russula (Russula dissimulans)
Reddening Russula (Russula densifolia)
Rosy Russula (Russula sanguinaria)
Short-stemmed Russula (Russula brevipes)
Shrimp Russula (Russula xerampelina)
Habitat: Variety of forest types
Small yellow Russula (Russula chamaeleontina)
Tacky green Russula (Russula aeruginea)
Tan-colored Russula (Russula olivacea)
Western Russula (Russula occidentalis)
Habitat: Conifer forests
Yellow cap Russula (Russula flaviceps)
Common rustgill (Gymnopilus penetrans)
Distribution: Common and widespread
Habitat: On conifer and hardwood including stumps, logs, wood chips, and sawdust.
Scaly rustgill (Gymnopilus sapineus)
Spectacular rustgill (Gymnopilus junonius)
Gold rusty-root (Ramaria celerivirescens)
Pale peach rusty-root (Ramaria amyloidea)
White rusty-root (Ramaria velocimutans)
Spurred rye (Claviceps purpurea)