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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159 species, 3 subspecies and varieties
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Index to genera:Abortiporus
– 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
– leather earthscale, dark fieldcap
– common Agrocybe, hemispheric Agrocybe, common fieldcap
– spring Agrocybe, spring fieldcap
– mulch fieldcap
Distribution: Albatrellus avellaneus is a coastal species extending from California northward into Canada.
Habitat: Occur on soil, litter, or wood and is associated with western hemlock and Sitka spruce.
Habitat: A. dispansus occurs in montane mixed conifer forests, sometimes associated with woody debris or buried wood.
– blue knight, blue-capped polypore, Flett's polypore
Habitat: Northern forests.
Substrate: Terrestrial, on roots.
– little white Leptonia, cream pinkgill
– great orange elf-cup, orange fairy-cup, orange peel fungus, orange-peel fungus, orange-peel
Distribution: A. aurantia is widespread in the Northern Hemisphere.
Spores: spores are ellipsoid, 13--24 x 7.5--10 µm
Distribution: Northern North America.
Habitat: On recently-dead twigs of living conifers. Recorded on Abies grandis, Pseudotsuga menziesii, and Tsuga canadensis.
– purple club coral, purple coral
– Jan's yellow friend
Habitat: Locally abundant in mixed conifer forests, particularly with Douglas-fir and occasionally occurs with conifers in urban areas.
– yellow-veiled Amanita, western yellow-veil
– Ballen's American Caesar, fall coccora
Habitat: Northern forests.
Spores: Late spring or early summer
– fly Agaric, fly Amanita
– death angel, destroying angel
– booted Amanita, gray-veil Amanita, grey veiled Amanita, purple brown Amanita, purplish Amanita
Habitat: Conifer forests
– western woodland Amanita
Habitat: It occurs in conifer and mixed woods and has been reported with a variety of tree hosts including alder.
Substrate: Leaf litter and soil
Distribution: Northern hemisphere.
Habitat: Temperate forests.
– club-footed Clitocybe, club-foot
Distribution: Widespread in coniferous forests. Widespread in northern hemisphere.
Habitat: Coniferous forests.
– bulbous honey fungus, honey mushroom
– dark honey fungus, honey mushroom
Habitat: Under conifers
– powdery piggyback, powder-cap, star-bearing powdercap
– barometer earthstar, hygroscopic earthstar, water-measure earthstar
– bracken earthstar, giant hygroscopic earthstar
– candy-corn mycena
Distribution: Coniferous forests in western North America.
Habitat: Coniferous forests with Pseudotsuga, Tsuga and Pinus.
– jelly ear, brown ear fungus, tree-ear, wood-ear
– ear-pick fungus, ear-spoon fungus, pinecone mushroom, pinecone tooth
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.