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Slime Moulds etc Mould-like fungi, usually growing on wood, rotting vegetation etc

Arcyria denudata



Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa

Fuligo septica

Leocarpus fragilis

Lycogala epidendrum

         

Lycogala terrestre

Metatrichia floriformis

Mucilago crustacea

Physarum pusillum

Reticularia lycoperdon

         

Rosellinia sp

Tubifera ferruginosa

     
         
Cup Fungi Cup shaped fungi, growing on wood, soil etc

Byssonectria fusispora

Chlorociboria aeruginascens

Coprobia granulata

Geopora arenosa

Lachnum impudicum

         

Mollisia cinerea

Neotiella rutilans

Peziza vesiculosa

Rutstroemia firma

Scutellinia scutellata

         
Puff Balls and Stalked Puffballs Round fungi, growing on soil or wood. Spores emerging as clouds of dust through a small aperture on maturity

Handkea excipuliformis

Lycoperdon echinatum

Lycoperdon nigrescens

Lycoperdon perlatum

Lycoperdon pyriforme

         
Earthballs and Tubers Round fungi growing on the ground, producing spore masses on maturity

Scleroderma citrinum

       
         
Bird Nest Fungi Small, conical, cup-shaped fungi containing egg-like structures

Crucibulum laeve

Cyathus striatus

     
         
Spindle, Club and Coral Fungi Small, club-shaped or coral-like fungi, usually growing on soil

Clavaria argillacea

Clavulinopsis fusiformis

Clavulina coralloides



Clavulina rugosa

Clavulinopsis helvola

         

Clavulinopsis luteoalba

Cordyceps militaris

Geoglossum cookeanum

Ramaria abietina

Thelephora terrestris

         
Jelly Fungi Often brightly coloured, jelly-like fungi growing on wood

Ascocoryne cylichnium

Ascocoryne sarcoides

Auricularia auricula-judae

Bulgaria inquinans

Calocera cornea

         

Calocera pallidospathulata

Calocera viscosa

Cudoniella acicularis

Dacrymyces stillatus

Dialonectria episphaeria

         

Exidia nucleata

Nectria cinnabarina

Tremella foliacea

Tremella mesenterica

 
         
Stinkhorns

Phallus impudicus

       
         
Elfin Saddles Fungi with a stem and a irregularly shaped cap

Helvella crispa

Helvella lacunosa

Helvella leucomelaena

   
         
Fleshy, Succulent and Hard Bracket Fungi Generally flat fungi, growing on the trunks and stumps of trees, or on organic material 

Arrhenia acerosa

Arrhenia retiruga

Arrhenia rikenii

Chondrostereum purpureum

Crepidotus variabilis

         

Clitopilus hobsonii

Daedaleopsis confragosa

Dichomitus campestris

Fomes fomentarius

Ganoderma applanatum

         

Ganoderma australe

Gloeophyllum sepiarium

Heterobasidion annosum



Laetiporus sulphureus

Melanotus horizontalis

         

Meripilus giganteus

Panellus serotinus

Piptoporus betulinus

Pleurotus dryinus

Pleurotus ostreatus

         

Polyporus brumalis

Polyporus squamosus

Resupinatus applicatus

Stereum hirsutum

Stereum subtomentosum

         

Tapinella panuoides

Trametes gibbosa

Trametes ochracea

Trametes versicolor

 
         
Flask Fungi Small, club-shaped fungi usually growing on wood 

Daldinia concentrica

Hypoxylon fragiforme

Hypoxylon fuscum

Hypoxylon multiforme

Xylaria hypoxylon

         
Crusts Fungi forming a flat layer, usually found on wood 

Cylindrobasidium laeve

Kretzchmaria duesta

Peniophora quercina

Phlebia radiata

Phlebia tremellosa

         
Boletes Small to large fungi having a cap and a stem, and sponge like pores on the underside of the cap. Associated with particular trees and shrubs 

Boletus badius

Boletus chrysenteron

Boletus edulis

Boletus erythropus

Chalciporus piperatus

         

Leccinum scabrum

Leccinum versipelle

Suillus grevillei

Suillus luteus

Xerocomellus cisalpinus

         
Gilled Mushrooms Mushrooms with a cap, gills and central stem, with or without a fleshy sack (volva) at the base 
Agaricus - Gallerina 

Agaricus arvensis

Agaricus bitorquis

Amanita citrina

Amanita gemmata

Amanita muscaria

         

Amanita rubescens

Amanita vaginata

Armillaria mellea

Armillaria ostoyae

Baeospora myosura

         

Bolbitius titubans

Chlorophyllum rhacodes

Clitocybe geotropa

Clitocybe gibba

Clitocybe nebularis

         

Clitocybe phyllophila

Clitopilus prunulus

Collybia butyracea

Collybia cirrhata

Conocybe tenera

         

Coprinellus micaceus

Coprinopsis lagopides

Coprinopsis lagopus

Coprinus atramentarius

Coprinus comatus

         

Coprinus disseminatus

Coprinus domesticus

Coprinus nivea

Coprinus picaceus

Cortinarius semisanguineus

         

Cystoderma amianthinum

Cystolepiota sistrata

Entoloma sericeum

Flammulina velutipes

Galerina pumila

         

Galerina subclavata

       
         
Hebeloma - Lepista

Hebeloma mesophaeum

Hygrocybe ceracea

Hygrocybe chlorophana

Hygrocybe coccinea

Hygrocybe conica

         

Hygrocybe miniata

Hygrocybe psittacina

Hygrocybe reidii

Hygrocybe virginea

Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca

         

Hygrophorus hypothejus

Hypholoma fasciculare

Hypholoma lateritium

Laccaria amethystea

Laccaria bicolor

         

Laccaria laccata

Laccaria proxima

Lacrymaria lacrymabunda

Lactarius deliciosus

Lactarius peperatus

         

Lactarius quietus

Lactarius torminosus

Lactarius turpis

Lepiota cristata

Lepista flaccida

         

Lepista nuda

Lepista sordida

     
         
Macrolepiota - Xerula

Macrolepiota procera

Marasmius androsaceus

Mycena adonis

Mycena adscendens

Mycena archangeliana

         

Mycena flavoalba

Mycena inclinata

Mycena pura

Mycena rosea

Panaeolina foenisecii

         

Panaeolus acuminatus

Panaeolus papilionaceus

Paxillus involutus

Paxillus obscurisporus

Psathyrella microrhiza

         

Psathyrella multipedata

Psathyrella piluliformis

Psilocybe montana

Rickenella fibula

Russula atropurpurea

         

Russula betularum

Russula cyanoxantha

Russula foetens

Russula mairei

Russula nitida

         

Russula ochroleuca

Russula parazurea

Russula velenovskyi

Russula virescens

Stropharia aurantiaca

         

Stropharia caerulea

Tricholoma scalpturatum

Tricholoma terreum

Tubaria conspersa

Tubaria furfuracea

         

Xerula radicata

       
 
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