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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135 species, 4 subspecies and varieties
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Index to genera:Tapinella
– velvet pax, blackbase rollrim, velvet rollrim
Habitat: Grows from rotting conifer stumps, snags, and logs
– fan pax, stalkless Paxillus, oyster rollrim
Distribution: Found in mountains under true firs from summer to fall.
– carnation groundwart, funnel-shaped Thelephora
– fetid false coral, stinking earthfan
Distribution: T. palmata is widespread and fairly common in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Habitat: Occurs in conifer litter
– earthfan, common fiber vase, groundwart
– hairy bracket
Habitat: Hardwood logs or woody substrates
– many-colored polypore, turkey-tail
– yellow brain, witch's butter, yellow brain fungus
Distribution: Fairly common along the Pacific Coast
Habitat: T. tuberosa usually is found on bare soil in forests.
– violet toothed polypore
– hairy earth-tongue, shaggy earth-tongue, velvety earth-tongue, velvety-black earth-tongue
– dark scaled knight, black-scaled Trich
Distribution: Pacific Coast Pacific Coast
– golden cavalier, orange knight, orange-sheathed Trich, golden Tricholoma, veiled Tricholoma
– girdled knight, belted Trich, girdled Trich, girdled Tricholoma
Habitat: Mostly under pine
– booted knight
Distribution: T. focale is very common in the PNW, occurring under conifers in low-nutrient soils.
– matt knight, shingled Trich, shingled Tricholoma
– irksome cavalier, ill-scented Tricholoma
Distribution: Widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Under conifers
– American matsutake, white matsutake, pine mushroom
Distribution: . It occurs throughout much of North America, but is most abundant on the West Coast, usually appearing scattered to gregarious under conifers on nutrient-poor soils such as dune sands.
Habitat: One of the characteristic fungi of the coastal Oregon shore pine woodlands. When found in this habitat, it is fairly easy to identify, but away from coastal pines, identifications in this group become extremely difficult.
– dirty Tricholoma, tiger Tricholoma
– red-brown Trich, red-brown Tricholoma
– poplar knight, sand mushroom, the sandy, poplar Trich, poplar Tricholoma
– sticky gray Trich, sticky gray Tricholoma, streaked Tricholoma
– soapy knight, soap-scented Trich, soapy Tricholoma
– deceiving knight, separating Tricholoma
– sulphur knight, the stinker, sulfur Trich
Distribution: widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: under both hardwoods and conifers.
– fuzztop, scaly knight, russet scaly Trich, russet scaly Tricholoma
Distribution: Widely in Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Growth with conifers, especially spruce
– cucumber Armillaria, cucumber Tricholoma
– ashen knight, silver streaks, fibril Trich, streaked Trich, fibril Tricholoma
– queen's coat, decorated mop, prunes-and-custard, black-tufted wood Tricholoma
– variegated mop, plums-and-custard, red-tufted wood Tricholoma
– citrine false truffle, stalked yellow Trunc
Distribution: Broad Broad
– not so tedious Tubaria, ringed Tubaria
– fringed Tubaria, totally tedious Tubaria, scurfy twiglet
Habitat: Occur in a variety of habitats, including wood chips and mossy lawns
– cinnamon truffle, red truffle
– spring Oregon white truffle
– fall Oregon white truffle