14 genera
181 species
16 subspecies and varieties
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Agrocybe erebialeather earthscale, dark fieldcap
Agrocybe pediadescommon Agrocybe, hemispheric Agrocybe, common fieldcap
Agrocybe praecoxspring Agrocybe, spring fieldcap
Agrocybe putaminummulch fieldcap
Origin: Introduced
Galerina autumnalisdeadly Galerina
Galerina marginatafuneral bell
Habitat: It occurs on stumps and logs of conifers and hardwoods, or grows from pieces of buried wood, wood chips, or other woody debris.
Galerina paludosabog bell, bog Galerina
Galerina pumila
var. pumila – dwarf bell
Galerina venenatadeadly lawn Galerina
Galerina vittiformishairy leg bell
Gymnopilus aeruginosusmagic blue Gym
Gymnopilus bellulus
Distribution: Europe to North America
Habitat: Conifer logs and stumps
Gymnopilus junoniusfiery Agaric, big laughing Gym, giant Gymnopilus, big laughing mushroom, spectacular rustgill
Gymnopilus luteofoliusgolden-gilled Gymnopilus
Gymnopilus penetranssmall yellow Gymnopilus, common rustgill
Distribution: Common and widespread
Habitat: On conifer and hardwood including stumps, logs, wood chips, and sawdust.
Gymnopilus punctifoliusblue-green flamecap
Gymnopilus sapineusfir flamecap, common and boring Gymnopilus, spruce Gymnopilus, scaly rustgill
Gymnopilus ventricosusjumbo Gym, giant Gymnopilus, big laughing mushroom
Habitat: Rotting logs, snags, or stumps
Hebeloma crustuliniformepoison-pie, poisonpie
Hebeloma incarnatulum
Distribution: Occurs in northern Europe, and was described from the Great Lakes region, so probably occurs throughout much of the north temperate and boreal areas of the Northern Hemisphere.
Habitat: Has a special fondness for mossy areas, sphagnum or otherwise.
Hebeloma mesophaeumdark-centered Hebeloma, veiled Hebeloma, veiled poisonpie
Hebeloma sacchariolenssweet poisonpie
Hebeloma strophosumveiled Hebeloma
Hypholoma capnoidesconifer tuft, smoky-gilled woodlover
Distribution: It occurs thoughout the PNW, elsewhere in northern North America, and in Europe and Asia.
Habitat: Grows on conifer logs.
Hypholoma dispersumdispersed Naematoloma
Hypholoma elongatumsphagnum brownie
Hypholoma fascicularesulfur tuft, clustered woodlover
Distribution: Common in PNW
Habitat: Grows in clusters on logs and other large woody debris.
Hypholoma myosotisolive brownie
Leratiomyces ceresredlead roundhead
Leratiomyces squamosusscaly ringstalk
Melanotus horizontaliswood oysterling
Pholiota astragalinabitter Pholiota, pinkish-orange Pholiota, conifer scaly-cap
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: Occurs widely in the temperate and boreal areas of the Northern Hemisphere.
Pholiota aurivellagolden Pholiota, golden scaly-cap, golden scalycap
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: Northern temperate and boreal forests
Pholiota carbonariaburnt-ground Pholiota, charcoal scalecap, charcoal scaly-cap
Pholiota flammansflaming Pholiota, yellow Pholiota, flaming scaly-cap
Pholiota highlandensisbonfire scaly-cap
Pholiota limonellalemon-yellow Pholiota
Pholiota populneadestructive Pholiota, poplar Pholiota
Pholiota spumosaslender Pholiota
Pholiota squarrosoidesbristly Pholiota
Pholiota subflavidapointed Pholiota
Pholiota terrestrisground Pholiota, terrestrial Pholiota
Psilocybe baeocystisbaeos, potent Psilocybe, knobby tops
Psilocybe coprophilameadow muffin mushroom
Psilocybe cyanescensblueleg brownie, cyans, blue halos, blueing Psilocybe, potent Psilocybe, wavy-capped Psilocybe
Psilocybe cyanofibrillosablue-haired Psilocybe, rhododendron Psilocybe
Psilocybe inquilinagrass rotting Psilocybe
Psilocybe liniformansblunted-grassland Psilocybe
Psilocybe merdariadung mushroom
Psilocybe montanamountain brownie, mountain moss Psilocybe
Distribution: Has been reported from much of the temperate Northern Hemisphere.
Habitat: Common at higher elevations
Psilocybe pelliculosaconifer Psilocybe
Distribution: Confined to the Pacific Coast
Habitat: P. pelliculosa typically grows in groups among herbaceous plants in disturbed forest settings. It often can be found along trails or the edges of forest roads.
Psilocybe semilanceataliberty-cap, magic mushroom
Psilocybe stuntziiStuntz's blue-legs, blue-ringers, Stuntz's Psilocybe
Distribution: It is not often found in natural habitats. It is another species apparently confined to the Pacific Coast, particularly the PNW.
Habitat: P. stuntzii occurs frequently in well mulched newly planted lawns, as well as in wood chips and other landscape settings.
Stropharia aeruginosaverdigris roundhead, blue-green Stropharia
Stropharia ambiguaquestionable Stropharia
Distribution: Confined to the PNW, including northern California.
Habitat: Primarily in forest habitats on soil and leaf litter.
Stropharia caeruleablue roundhead
Stropharia hornemanniiluxuriant ringstalk, conifer roundhead, lacerated Stropharia
Distribution: It is widespread in the north temperate and boreal forests of the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: It sometimes occurs on intact conifer logs, but is most abundant on wood that has been more highly decomposed.
Stropharia kauffmaniiKauffman's Stropharia
Stropharia rugosoannulataking Stropharia, wine-cap Stropharia, wine-red Stropharia
Stropharia umbonatescensumbonate dung-dwelling Stropharia