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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Crested dapperling (Lepiota cristata)
Lilac dapperling (Cystolepiota bucknallii)
Plantpot dapperling (Leucocoprinus birnbaumii)
Redspored dapperling (Melanophyllum haematospermum)
Habitat: Found in a variety of habitats including forests, green houses, and manure piles
Shield dapperling (Lepiota clypeolaria)
Skullcap dapperling (Leucocoprinus brebissonii)
Distribution: Common
Habitat: woodland
Spores: Most abundant in summer
Stinking dapperling (Lepiota cristata)
White dapperling (Leucoagaricus leucothites)
Habitat: It is a widespread mushroom that occurs mostly in grassy areas, gardens, and other human-influenced habitats, but also occasionally in forests.
Yellowfoot dapperling (Lepiota magnispora)
Dead-man's-foot (Pisolithus arhizus)
Death angel (Amanita ocreata)
Death-cap (Amanita phalloides)
Deathcap (Amanita phalloides)
Bicoloured deceiver (Laccaria bicolor)
Deceiver (Laccaria laccata)
Scurfy deceiver (Laccaria proxima)
Twisted deceiver (Laccaria tortilis)
Deer-mushroom (Pluteus cervinus)
Distribution: Grows on a variety of woody substrates, including sawdust and wood chips, and can be found throughout the year when temperature and moisture are conducive. It often is one of the early spring species at lower elevations.
Patrician deer-mushroom (Pluteus petasatus)
Small white deer-mushroom (Pluteus tomentosulus)
Destroying angel (Amanita ocreata)
Pine die-back (Cenangium ferruginosum)
Pink domecap (Calocybe carnea)
Donkey-ears (Otidea onotica)
Desert drumstick (Battarrea phalloides)
Dry-rot (Serpula lacrimans)
Wild dry-rot (Serpula himantioides)
Brown dunce-cap (Conocybe tenera)
Dyeball (Pisolithus arhizus)
False Dyer's Polypore (Onnia triquetra)
Habitat: Pine forests.
Substrate: Pinus boles and roots.
Spores: Annual in fall.