Cunningham Park & Alley Pond Park, Queens – 6/10/12

Ascomycetes

Apiosporina morbosa
Biscogniauxia atropunctata
Bulgaria inquinans
Chlorosplenium chlora ?
Diatrype stigma
? Hypocrea gelatinosa-like (but very young)
Hypocrea sulphurea on Exidia glandulosa
Hypoxylon howeanum ?
Kretschmaria (Ustulina) deusta
Mollisia spp. (one gray, one much darker)
Nectriaceae sp.
Phaeocalicium polyporaeum on Trichaptum biforme
Scutellinia scutellata
Xylaria polymorpha
Minute orange disc on wood

Basidiomycetes
Polypores

Favolus alveolaris
Irpex lacteus
? Ischnoderma resinosum (very immature)
Laetiporus cincinnatus
Laetiporus sulphureus
Phellinus rimosus
Polyporus elegans/varius
Porodisculus pendulus
Pycnoporus cinnabarinus
Trametes versicolor
Trametes sp. (no concentric zones)
Trichaptum biforme
Tyromyces cf chioneus
Tyromyces fragilis ?
x – white, centrally stipitate, fleshy-firm
x – not Inonotus dryadeus (but resembles it)

Boletes

Boletus chrysenteron

Corals

Clavicorona pyxidata

Crust and Parchment Fungi

? Bulbillomyces sp. ?
Phanerochaete chrysorhiza
Phlebia sp.
Stereum complicatum
Stereum ostrea
Xylobolus frustulatus
Several yellowish resupinates

Gilled Mushrooms

Agrocybe sp.
Amanita flavorubescens
Amanita vaginata
Armillaria mellea rhizomorphs
Crepidotus applanatus
Hypholoma fasciculare
Inocybe sp. (near I. lacera)
Lepiota cf cristata
Marasmius sp.
Mycena haematopus
Mycena sp.
Megacollybia (Tricholomopsis) platyphylla
Panaeolina foenisecii
Pleurotus ostreatus
Pluteus cervinus
Psathyrella sp.1
Psathyrella sp.2
Russula sp. (pink w yellow tones, mild)
Russula sp. (near R. foetens complex)
Schizophyllum commune
Pleurotoid sp. (tiny w stipe, on wood)

Jelly Fungi

Calocera cornea
Exidia glandulosa

Tooth Fungi

Climacodon (Steccherinum) pulcherrimus
Hydnochaete olivacea
Steccherinum ochraceum

Myxomycetes

Arcyria denudata
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa
Fuligo septica
Lycogala epidendrum
Stemonitis sp.
Tubifera ferruginosa
x – tiny white bubble-like, on wood

Zygomycetes

Spinellus sp. on Mycena sp.
x – (mass of tiny spinellus-like stalks on fallen leaf)