[Wildflowers of the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon and Washington]

Fungi of the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon and Washington


A morel seen in the forest near Mosier, OR.........April 12, 2010.

Bulgar Family: Bulgariaceae

Black Bulgar: Bulgaria inquinans

Bolete Family: Boletaceae

Jelly Fungi: Dacrymycetaceae

Small Stagshorn Fungus: Calocera cornea


Pig's Ear Fungus, Violet Chanterelle: Gomphus clavatus

Toothed Fungi: Hericaceae

Lion's Mane, Bearded Hedgehog Mushroom, Bearded Tooth Fungus, Bearded Tooth Mushroom, Hedgehog Mushroom, Pom Pom Mushroom, Satyr's Beard: Hericium erinaceus

Waxy Caps: Hygrophoraceae

Crimson Waxy Cap, Scarlet Waxy Cap: Hygrocybe punicea

Morel Family: Morchellaceae

Morel: Morchella elata

Morel: Morchella esculenta


Split Gill Fungus: Schizophyllum commune


Unidentified Toothed Funge, Phellodon sp. #1

Unidentified Gorge Puffballs #1 - might possibly be Morganella pyriformis ?

Unidentified Gorge Amanita #2 - Amanita sp. ?

Unidentified Gorge Fungi #3 - possibly fluted white helvetia (Helvella sp.) ?

Unidentified Gorge Fungi #4 - Small, white, gilled fungi that have caps smaller than finger tips.

Unidentified Earthstar #7

Unidentified Birds Nest Fungus #1

Unidentified Gorge Sac Fungus #1

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