25 genera
154 species
4 subspecies and varieties
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Catathelasma imperialeimperial cat, imperial mushroom
Catathelasma ventricosumswollen-stalked cat
Distribution: Catathelasmas usually occur on calcareous soils in conifer forests, often in large local populations, forming arcs or rings of fruitbodies.
Clitocybe albirhizasnowmelt Clitocybe, white-stranded Clitocybe
Distribution: Western snowbank mushrooms
Clitocybe alexandriAlexander's funnel
Clitocybe cerussatalead-white Clitocybe
Clitocybe deceptivaanise mushroom
Clitocybe dilatatacrowded white Clitocybe
Clitocybe ditopamealy frosted funnel
Clitocybe fragransfragrant funnel, slim anise mushroom
Clitocybe gibbafunnel Clitocybe, common funnel, funnel-cap
Clitocybe glacialissnowbank Lyophyllum
Distribution: Western snowbank mushroom
Clitocybe maximalarge white Clitocybe
Clitocybe nebulariscloudy Clitocybe, clouded funnel
Distribution: A variety of forests, often appearing along woodland trails late in fall
Clitocybe odoraanise-scented Clitocybe, aniseed funnel, blue-green anise mushroom
Clitocybe phyllophilafrosty funnel
Clitocybe rivulosasweat-producing Clitocybe
Clitocybe sclerotoideaparasitic Clitocybe
Clitocybe sinopicabrick-red Clitocybe
Distribution: Any time of year, often on bare soil
Clitocybe squamulosasmall scaly Clitocybe
Distribution: Broad Widespread, often common, and variable species
Clitocybe subditopoda
Distribution: Common in Pacific Coast conifer forests
Collybia cirrhatapiggyback shanklet
Collybia cookeisplitpea shanklet
Collybia tuberosaappleseed coincap, tuberous Collybia, lentil shanklet
Dendrocollybia racemosabranched Collybia, branched shanklet
Fayodia bisphaerigeraslender navel
Gliophorus laetusheath waxcap, orange-brown waxy-cap
Distribution: Widespread in northern hemisphere.
Habitat: Damp soil among mosses and ferns, in forests and bogs.
Substrate: Soil.
Gliophorus psittacinusparrot waxy-cap
Description: Glutinous or slimy green cap and stem when young. Cap margin striate. Gills waxy, well-spaced, and green when young. Cap ages to red, pink, yellow, or tawny. Stem ages to yellow or orange.
Distribution: Widespread in northern hemisphere.
Habitat: Damp forests, woodlands, pastures, roadsides.
Substrate: Soil
Lepista flaccidatawny funnel
Lepista irina
var. irina – blushing bowlcap
Lepista nudablewit, wood blewit
Lepista subconnexaclustered funnelcap
Lepista tardadingy bowlcap
Leucopaxillus albissimuslarge white Leucopaxillus
Distribution: Widespread, though uncommon
Leucopaxillus gentianeusbitter brown Leucopaxillus
Melanoleuca cognataspring cavalier, peach-gilled Melanoleuca
Spores: large spores (7.5--10 x 4.5--6.5 ┬Ám)
Melanoleuca melaleucacommon cavalier, changeable Melanoleuca, dark Melanoleuca
Myxomphalia mauraburn site Mycena
Substrate: M. maura occurs on charred earth or burned wood under conifers or in fire pits, appearing from early summer late into fall.
Spores: white, smooth to roughened, and amyloid
Omphalina pyxidatacinnamon navel
Phyllotopsis nidulanssmelly oyster
Pseudoarmillariella ectypoideswood Clitocybe
Tricholoma apiumscented knight
Tricholoma atrosquamosum
var. atrosquamosum – dark scaled knight, black-scaled Trich
Tricholoma atroviolaceum
Distribution: Pacific Coast Pacific Coast
Tricholoma aurantiumgolden cavalier, orange knight, orange-sheathed Trich, golden Tricholoma, veiled Tricholoma
Tricholoma cingulatumgirdled knight, belted Trich, girdled Trich, girdled Tricholoma
Tricholoma flavovirens
Distribution: Broad
Habitat: Mostly under pine
Tricholoma focalebooted knight
Distribution: T. focale is very common in the PNW, occurring under conifers in low-nutrient soils.
Tricholoma imbricatummatt knight, shingled Trich, shingled Tricholoma
Tricholoma inamoenumirksome cavalier, ill-scented Tricholoma
Distribution: Widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Under conifers
Tricholoma intermediumwestern chevalier
Tricholoma magnivelareAmerican 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.
Tricholoma muricatum
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.
Tricholoma myomyceswaxygill cavalier
Tricholoma pardinumdirty Tricholoma, tiger Tricholoma
Tricholoma populinumpoplar knight, sand mushroom, the sandy, poplar Trich, poplar Tricholoma
Tricholoma portentosumsticky gray Trich, sticky gray Tricholoma, streaked Tricholoma
Tricholoma saponaceumsoapy knight, soap-scented Trich, soapy Tricholoma
Tricholoma scalpturatumyellowing knight
Tricholoma sejunctumdeceiving knight, separating Tricholoma
Tricholoma sulphureumsulphur knight, the stinker, sulfur Trich
Distribution: widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: under both hardwoods and conifers.
Tricholoma vaccinumfuzztop, scaly knight, russet scaly Trich, russet scaly Tricholoma
Distribution: Widely in Northern Hemisphere
Habitat: Growth with conifers, especially spruce
Tricholoma vernaticumcucumber Armillaria, cucumber Tricholoma
Tricholoma virgatumashen knight, silver streaks, fibril Trich, streaked Trich, fibril Tricholoma
Tricholoma zelleriZeller's mushroom
Tricholomopsis decoraqueen's coat, decorated mop, prunes-and-custard, black-tufted wood Tricholoma
Tricholomopsis rutilansvariegated mop, plums-and-custard, red-tufted wood Tricholoma