4 subspecies and varieties
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Index to genera:Agaricus
– horse Agaricus, horse mushroom, prairie mushroom
– giant Agaric, horse Agaric, prince Agaricus, the prince
Habitat: Found in particularly in well watered areas under cedars and in disturbed areas, such as campgrounds or along trails or roads.
– salt-loving Agaricus, salt-loving mushroom
– champignon, button mushroom, commercial mushroom, cultivated mushroom
– banded Agaric, spring Agaric, urban Agaric, banded Agaricus, spring Agaricus, urban Agaricus, pavement mushroom, sidewalk mushroom, tork
– meadow Agaricus, pink bottom, champignon, common field mushroom, hot-bed mushroom, meadow mushroom
Habitat: Found in fields or pastures, especially those rich in manure
– felt-ringed Agaricus, felt-ringed mushroom
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.
– mountain gastroid Agaricus
– wine Agaricus, rosy wood mushroom, yellow-bulbed mushroom
– red-staining Agaricus, blushing wood mushroom, forest mushroom, red-staining mushroom, scaly wood mushroom, sylvan mushroom
– forest Agaric, sylvan Agaric, woodland Agaricus, woods Agaricus, sylvan mushroom, wood mushroom
Habitat: Forests and woodlands
– wine-colored Agaric, wine-colored Agaricus, woolly-stemmed Agaricus, woolly-stem
– desert drumstick, flatcap stalked puffball, scaly-stalked puffball, sandy stiltball
– grey puffball, lead-colored puffball, tumbling puffball, tumble-ball
– sculptured giant puffball, sculptured puffball, warted giant puffball
– Boone's puffball, western giant puffball
Habitat: Sagebrush steppe and open, grassy areas
– purple-spored puffball, vase puffball
Distribution: Common in montane conifer forests during spring and summer
– sculptured puffball, Sierran puffball
– small warted mountain puffball
– desert stalked puffball
– shaggy inkcap, lawyer's-wig, shaggy-mane
– common bird's nest fungus, yellow bird's nest fungus, common birds' nest, white-egg bird's nest
– field bird's nest, deep splashcup
– splash-cup bird's-nest, dung-loving bird's-nest fungus, dung bird's nest
– fluted bird's-nest, streaked bird's-nest, splash cups, ribbed splashcup
Habitat: It can be common in gardens where woody materials have been added to the planting beds.
Substrate: Cyathus striatus occurs in a number of different habitats on decaying plant materials such as wood chips, small branches, and needles.
– pure Cystoderma, unspotted Cystoderma, saffron parasol, earthy powdercap
– conifer Cystoderma
Distribution: Only in North America
Habitat: It occurs in a variety of habitats, including conifer, mixed, and hardwood forests on litter, humus, rotting wood, and in mosses.
– vermilion Cystoderma, cinnabar powdercap
– lilac dapperling, Bucknall's Lepiota
– shaggy-stalked Armillaria, sheathed Armillaria
– scaly yellow Armillaria, shaggy-stem
– clustered Collybia, conifer toughshank
Habitat: Conifer forests
Substrate: Rotting logs and stumps, other woody debris
– tufted Collybia, clustered toughshank
Distribution: Mixed woods with heavy litter accumulations
– common Collybia, oak Collybia, June mushroom, russet toughshank
Spores: whitish to pale yellow, smooth, and do not react in Melzer’s reagent
– redleg toughshank
Distribution: Northern hemisphere
Habitat: Forested areas
Distribution: It occurs in a variety of urban and suburban habitats including flower beds with wood chips and in lawns around the roots of trees. It can appear in summer, when few other species are fruiting, if sufficient moisture is available, such as from yard-watering.
– wood woolly-foot
Distribution: G. peronatus is a widespread and often extremely abundant species at lower elevations in the PNW, occurring in mixed woods on leaf litter and woody debris.
Spores: long and narrow and the edges of the gills have long, slender cheilocystidia
– shield dapperling, shaggy-stalked parasol
– crested dapperling, stinking dapperling, brown-eyed parasol, stinking parasol
– gray parasol
Substrate: Sandy or loamy soils
– white dapperling, smooth parasol, woman-on-motorcycle
Habitat: It is a widespread mushroom that occurs mostly in grassy areas, gardens, and other human-influenced habitats, but also occasionally in forests.
– red-eyed parasol, red-tinged parasol
Habitat: Very common and conspicuous in coastal and lower elevation forests.
– plantpot dapperling, flower pot parasol, yellow parasol
– skullcap dapperling
Spores: Most abundant in summer
Habitat: Compost piles, potted plants
– dwarf puffball, small tumbling puffball
– smooth puffball, soft puffball
– dark puffball, dusky puffball
Habitat: Conifer forests and alpine habitats
– warted puff-ball, gem puffball, gem-studded puffball, devil's snuffbox
Habitat: L. perlatum can be found in disturbed sites, such as forest roadsides, from late summer through fall whenever there is sufficient moisture.
– pear puffball, pear-shaped puffball, stump puffball
– red-gilled Agaricus, redspored dapperling
Habitat: Found in a variety of habitats including forests, green houses, and manure piles
– jellied bird's nest fungus, common gel bird's nest
– white barrel bird's nest
– golden bootleg, Alaskan gold, gold-cap, golden false Pholiota
Distribution: Widely distributed
Habitat: Usually found in the north temperate zone in disturbed areas of forests, such as along roadsides.
– western lawn puffball, western lawn puffbowl