Small gilled mushrooms with pale spore prints, gills that run down the stem, and caps that are depressed by maturity; often growing on wood or associated with mosses or lichens.
The stinkhorns; key to North American species. (Includes the former family Clathraceae.)
|DNA research constellates several diverse groups of mushrooms together--including stinkhorns, Gomphus species, and earthstars.|
Identification of poison ivy and related plants for mushroom hunters.
Links to species pages; list of sources for puffball identification.
|Explanation of citations at MushroomExpert.Com; complete source list; list of field guides, general interest, and beginning mushroom identification sources.|
Information on scanning mushrooms with your computer to illustrate them.
Information on creating spore prints--an important step in mushroom identification.
Information on tasting mushrooms - an important but potentially dangerous part of mushroom identification.
Key to the genera (and some species) of toothed or spiny mushrooms.
Common name for mushrooms belonging in several genera, including Hygrophorus and Hygrocybe.
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