Central Park, Manhattan – 6/30/13

Ascomycetes

Daldinia concentrica
Hypomyces hyalinus
Orbilia sp.
Xylaria hypoxylon
Xylaria liquidambaris
Xylaria polymorpha

Coral Fungi

Ramariopsis sp.

Crust Fungi

Stereum ostrea
(Others not searched out)

Polypores

Ceriporia spissa
Ganoderma lucidum
Inonotus dryadeus
Laetiporus sulphureus (remnant from last fall)
Phellinus gilvus
Phellinus robiniae
Polyporus squamosus (old)
Trametes elegans
Trametes versicolor
Trichaptum biforme
Spp. (too young to ID)

Boletes

Boletus campestris
Boletus subvelutipes
Gyroporus castaneus
Tylopilus badiceps

Gilled Mushrooms

Amanita crenulata
Amanita flavorubescens
Amanita rubescens
Amanita vaginata
Amanita sp. (mystery Amanita)
Armillaria tabescens
Bolbitius vitellinus
Conocybe lactea
Coprinus micaceus
Coprinus plicatilis
Coprinus quadrifidus
Coprinus radians
Coprinus sp.
Gymnopus dichrous
Gymnopus luxurians
Gymnopus sp.
Inocybe albodisca
Inocybe caesariata
Inocybe lacera
Inocybe sp. (cap almost furry; spores oval, smooth)
Inocybe sp.
Laccaria amethystina
Laccaria ohiensis
Marasmius cf androsaceus
Marasmius cf cohaerens
Marasmius graminum
Marasmius nigrodiscus
Marasmius oreades
Marasmius scorodonius
Mycena sp. (tiny, white, in wound on standing tree)
Panaeolina foenisecii
Pleurotus ostreatus
Pluteus cervinus (nearly white cap; in grass – on buried wood)
Psathyrella candolleana
Psathyrella sp.
Rickenella fibula
Russula crustosa
Russula mariae
Russula ornaticeps
Russula pectinatoides
Russula sp. (cap peach colored, gills yellow)
Russula sp. (pink cap with orange tones, mild tasting)
Russula sp. (dark red, dry cap, mild tasting)
Russula sp. (yellow) [foetens complex]
Russula sp. (dark brown)

Gasteromycetes

Crucibulum laeve
Phallus rubicundus
Scleroderma cepa
Scleroderma citrinum

Myxomycetes

Fuligo septica
Lycogala epidendrum
Stemonitis sp.
Tubifera ferruginosa