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Family: Mycenaceae

Group: Fungus, Species

Scientific NameCommon NameSummary
Mycena adonis
Mycena amicta
Mycena aurantiidisca
Mycena epipterygia
Mycena leptocephala
Mycena rorida
Mycena sanguinolenta
Mycena sp1So far noted in the second half of fall (late October into November) growing from lower trunk of living Yellow Cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis).
Mycena sp2Large Mycena
Mycena strobilinoides
Panellus longinquus
Panellus mitis
Panellus serotinusWinter OysterWinter oyster is one of the last of the large mushrooms to fruit in the fall. Mostly found on Red Alder (Alnus rubra) in riparian forests, it is easily recognized by the lack of a stem, thick flesh, creamy yellow gills and greenish cap.
Xeromphalina campanella