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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Bog Galerina (Galerina paludosa)
Deadly Galerina (Galerina autumnalis)
Deadly lawn Galerina (Galerina venenata)
Golden-gilled Gerronema (Chrysomphalina chrysophylla)
Crimped gill (Plicaturopsis crispa)
Pinelitter gingertail (Xeromphalina cauticinalis)
Pinewood gingertail (Xeromphalina campanella)
Distribution: Very common It is very common on conifer wood in the PNW and elsewhere throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
Spores: spores are amyloid
Cryptic globe fungus (Cryptoporus volvatus)
Distribution: Occurring on both sides of the Cascades crest in Washington. Alaska to California, east across much of North America to the Atlantic Coast.
Origin: Native
Grey goblet (Tarzetta cupularis)
Rose goblet (Neournula pouchetii)
Distribution: N. pouchetii is known from scattered locations throughout the PNW, North Africa, and France, although it is likely to occur elsewhere too.
Spores: The spores are ellipsoid, 23--32 x 8--10 ┬Ám, warty when mature
The goblet (Pseudoclitocybe cyathiformis)
Alaskan gold (Phaeolepiota aurea)
Distribution: Widely distributed
Habitat: Usually found in the north temperate zone in disturbed areas of forests, such as along roadsides.
Clustered Gomphidius (Gomphidius oregonensis)
Glutinous Gomphidius (Gomphidius glutinosus)
Hideous Gomphidius (Gomphidius glutinosus)
Hideous Gomphidius (Gomphidius maculatus)
Insidious Gomphidius (Gomphidius oregonensis)
Rosy Gomphidius (Gomphidius subroseus)
Slimy Gomphidius (Gomphidius glutinosus)
Smith's Gomphidius (Gomphidius smithii)
Bonar's Gomphus (Gomphus bonarii)
Kauffman's Gomphus (Gomphus kauffmanii)
Distribution: Western Western North America
Habitat: Old-growth conifer forests
Pig's-ear Gomphus (Gomphus clavatus)
Distribution: Western
Habitat: Conifer forests
Choke of grasses (Epichloe typhina)
Constricted grisette (Amanita constricta)
Grisette (Amanita vaginata)
Western grisette (Amanita pachycolea)
Carnation groundwart (Thelephora caryophyllea)
Groundwart (Thelephora terrestris)
Distribution: Broad
Big laughing Gym (Gymnopilus junonius)
Jumbo Gym (Gymnopilus ventricosus)
Habitat: Rotting logs, snags, or stumps
Magic blue Gym (Gymnopilus aeruginosus)
Common and boring Gymnopilus (Gymnopilus sapineus)
Giant Gymnopilus (Gymnopilus junonius)
Giant Gymnopilus (Gymnopilus ventricosus)
Habitat: Rotting logs, snags, or stumps
Golden-gilled Gymnopilus (Gymnopilus luteofolius)
Small yellow Gymnopilus (Gymnopilus penetrans)
Distribution: Common and widespread
Habitat: On conifer and hardwood including stumps, logs, wood chips, and sawdust.
Spruce Gymnopilus (Gymnopilus sapineus)
Gypsy (Cortinarius caperatus)
Distribution: Common in certain years in the PNW, but becomes less abundant inland and to the south