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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Common names beginning with T:
Speckled tarspot (Rhytisma punctatum)
Distribution: Broad North America, introduced to Europe
Substrate: Extremely common on maples in both forest and urban areas
Funnel-shaped Thelephora (Thelephora caryophyllea)
Wrinkled thimble (Verpa bohemica)
Smooth thimble-cap (Verpa conica)
Distribution: It is a widespread but uncommon species that fruits early in the spring in a variety of habitats including montane conifer forests.
Wrinkled thimble-cap (Verpa bohemica)
Sphere thrower (Sphaerobolus iowensis)
Sphere thrower (Sphaerobolus stellatus)
Tinderconk (Fomes fomentarius)
Brown earth tongue (Geoglossum fallax)
Bearded tooth (Hericium erinaceus)
Bitter tooth (Sarcodon scabrosus)
Distribution: Common in PNW
Habitat: S. scabrosus occurs in conifer forests in the PNW, especially in second-growth stands of western hemlock and Douglas-fir with a salal understory.
Black tooth (Phellodon atratus)
Distribution: Confined to the Pacific Coast.
Habitat: Common under Sitka spruce.
Blue tooth (Hydnellum caeruleum)
Distribution: Broad
Bluish tooth (Hydnellum caeruleum)
Distribution: Broad
Devil's tooth (Hydnellum peckii)
Drab tooth (Bankera fuligineoalba)
Gray tooth (Phellodon melaleucus)
Jelly false tooth (Pseudohydnum gelatinosum)
Jelly tooth (Pseudohydnum gelatinosum)
Ochre spreading tooth (Steccherinum ochraceum)
Orange rough-cap tooth (Hydnellum aurantiacum)
Distribution: Broad
Orange tooth (Hydnellum aurantiacum)
Distribution: Broad
Pinecone tooth (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.
Red-juice tooth (Hydnellum peckii)
Ridged tooth (Hydnellum scrobiculatum)
Scaly tooth (Sarcodon imbricatus)
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: S. imbricatus is commonly found in the conifer forests of the PNW and in either conifer or mixed forests in the rest of North America and much of Europe.
Sweet tooth (Hydnum repandum)
Woolly tooth (Phellodon tomentosus)
Distribution: Common in PNW and occur elsewhere in the northern U.S., Canada, and Europe.
Habitat: Conifer forests
Yellow tooth (Hydnellum geogenium)
Zonate tooth (Hydnellum concrescens)
Zoned tooth (Hydnellum concrescens)
Toothjelly (Pseudohydnum gelatinosum)
Knobby tops (Psilocybe baeocystis)
Tork (Agaricus bitorquis)
Clustered toughshank (Gymnopus confluens)
Distribution: Mixed woods with heavy litter accumulations
Conifer toughshank (Gymnopus acervatus)
Habitat: Conifer forests
Substrate: Rotting logs and stumps, other woody debris
Redleg toughshank (Gymnopus erythropus)
Distribution: Northern hemisphere
Habitat: Forested areas
Russet toughshank (Gymnopus dryophilus)
Spores: whitish to pale yellow, smooth, and do not react in Melzer’s reagent
Spotted toughshank (Rhodocollybia maculata)
Substrate: Clusters on or near rotting conifer wood
Train-wrecker (Neolentinus lepideus)
Distribution: N. lepideus is not common in natural habitats, but can be found on conifer logs and stumps in some areas. It is a brown-rot fungus and is more commonly encountered on construction timbers, railroad ties, and, in the past, on automobile frames when they were made of wood. It can occur almost any time but is most common in summer and fall.
Tree-ear (Auricularia auricula)
Belted Trich (Tricholoma cingulatum)
Fibril Trich (Tricholoma virgatum)
Girdled Trich (Tricholoma cingulatum)
Orange-sheathed Trich (Tricholoma aurantium)
Poplar Trich (Tricholoma populinum)
Red-brown Trich (Tricholoma pessundatum)
Russet scaly Trich (Tricholoma vaccinum)
Distribution: Widely in Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Growth with conifers, especially spruce
Scaly Trich (Tricholoma vaccinum)
Distribution: Widely in Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Growth with conifers, especially spruce
Shingled Trich (Tricholoma imbricatum)
Soap-scented Trich (Tricholoma saponaceum)
Sticky gray Trich (Tricholoma portentosum)
Streaked Trich (Tricholoma virgatum)
Sulfur Trich (Tricholoma sulphureum)
Distribution: widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: under both hardwoods and conifers.
Black-tufted wood Tricholoma (Tricholomopsis decora)
Cucumber Tricholoma (Tricholoma vernaticum)
Dirty Tricholoma (Tricholoma pardinum)
Fibril Tricholoma (Tricholoma virgatum)
Girdled Tricholoma (Tricholoma cingulatum)
Golden Tricholoma (Tricholoma aurantium)
Ill-scented Tricholoma (Tricholoma inamoenum)
Distribution: Widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Under conifers
Poplar Tricholoma (Tricholoma populinum)
Red-brown Tricholoma (Tricholoma pessundatum)
Red-tufted wood Tricholoma (Tricholomopsis rutilans)
Russet scaly Tricholoma (Tricholoma vaccinum)
Distribution: Widely in Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Growth with conifers, especially spruce
Separating Tricholoma (Tricholoma sejunctum)
Shingled Tricholoma (Tricholoma imbricatum)
Soapy Tricholoma (Tricholoma saponaceum)
Sticky gray Tricholoma (Tricholoma portentosum)
Streaked Tricholoma (Tricholoma portentosum)
Tiger Tricholoma (Tricholoma pardinum)
Veiled Tricholoma (Tricholoma aurantium)
California truffle (Tuber californicum)
Cinnamon truffle (Tuber candidum)
Cooper's truffle (Geopora cooperi)
Distribution: It is ectomycorrhizal with conifers, widely distributed, and occurs almost year-round.
Spores: long cylindrical asci, each with eight smooth, broad elliptical spores that are forcibly ejected at maturity
Dark geode truffle (Genea harknessii)
Depressed truffle (Barssia oregonensis)
Fall Oregon white truffle (Tuber oregonense)
Fuzzy false truffle (Geopora cooperi)
Distribution: It is ectomycorrhizal with conifers, widely distributed, and occurs almost year-round.
Spores: long cylindrical asci, each with eight smooth, broad elliptical spores that are forcibly ejected at maturity
Fuzzy truffle (Geopora cooperi)
Distribution: It is ectomycorrhizal with conifers, widely distributed, and occurs almost year-round.
Spores: long cylindrical asci, each with eight smooth, broad elliptical spores that are forcibly ejected at maturity
Hard truffle (Choiromyces alveolatus)
Oregon black truffle (Leucangium carthusianum)
Spores: The spores are smooth and very large (up to 100 μm long)
Pine truffle (Geopora cooperi)
Distribution: It is ectomycorrhizal with conifers, widely distributed, and occurs almost year-round.
Spores: long cylindrical asci, each with eight smooth, broad elliptical spores that are forcibly ejected at maturity
Red geode truffle (Gilkeya compacta)
Red truffle (Tuber candidum)
Spring Oregon white truffle (Tuber gibbosum)
White geode truffle (Genabea cerebriformis)
Truffle-eater (Elaphocordyceps capitata)
Snaketongue truffleclub (Elaphocordyceps ophioglossoides)
Black trumpet (Craterellus cornucopioides)
Trumpet-of-death (Craterellus cornucopioides)
Stalked yellow Trunc (Truncocolumella citrina)
Distribution: Broad Broad
Fringed Tubaria (Tubaria furfuracea)
Habitat: Occur in a variety of habitats, including wood chips and mossy lawns
Not so tedious Tubaria (Tubaria confragosa)
Ringed Tubaria (Tubaria confragosa)
Totally tedious Tubaria (Tubaria furfuracea)
Habitat: Occur in a variety of habitats, including wood chips and mossy lawns
Canadian tuckahoe (Polyporus tuberaster)
Tuckahoe (Wolfiporia extensa)
Conifer tuft (Hypholoma capnoides)
Distribution: It occurs thoughout the PNW, elsewhere in northern North America, and in Europe and Asia.
Habitat: Grows on conifer logs.
Sulfur tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare)
Distribution: Common in PNW
Habitat: Grows in clusters on logs and other large woody debris.
Tumble-ball (Bovista plumbea)
False turkey-tail (Stereum hirsutum)
False turkey-tail (Stereum ostrea)
Turkey-tail (Trametes versicolor)
Scurfy twiglet (Tubaria furfuracea)
Habitat: Occur in a variety of habitats, including wood chips and mossy lawns