Covers mushrooms and other non-lichenized fungi that form multicellular fruiting bodies large enough to be seen with the unaided eye.

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Xenasmatella vagayellow cobweb
Xerocomellus chrysenteroncracked-cap bolete, red-cracked bolete, red-cracking bolete, yellow-fleshed Boletus
Distribution: Northern hemisphere.
Habitat: Temperate mixed hardwood/coniferous forests.
Substrate: Soil.
Xerocomellus rainisiae
Distribution: Primarily west of the Cascade Crest, but some extension east of the crest. Coniferous forests from sea level to higher elevations. Maritime Pacific Northwest, from Vancouver Island to Oregon. May also extend to eastern slopes of the Cascades.
Habitat: Mixed coniferous forests.
Substrate: Soil.
Xeromphalina campanellaorange fuzzy-foot, pinewood gingertail
Distribution: Very common It is very common on conifer wood in the PNW and elsewhere throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
Spores: spores are amyloid
Xeromphalina cauticinalispinelitter gingertail
Xeromphalina cornui
Habitat: Occurs as single fruitbodies on conifer needles and small bits of woody debris, although often in troops; it also is found in sphagnum bogs
Xylaria hypoxyloncarbon-antlers, candlesnuff fungus, stag's-horn
Habitat: Occurs on rotting wood.