White to cream Mushrooms identifications

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Total mushrooms fount: 479

Exidia cartilaginea Lund. & Neuh. Fungus gelatinous, pink blobs on wood ,it can be over 20cm across. Spores cylindrical 10-13x3.5-5 ?. Found on broad-leaved trees especially birch. Found mainly northern in Europe not recorded from America. Not edible.
Entoloma sinuatum (Bull. ex Fr.) Kummer Riesenr?tling Entelome livide, Perfide Jaunet, Livid Pinkgill, Nagy d?ggomba. Cap 5-15cm across, convex with a broad hump, becoming flatter and sometimes wavy in age, with a down-curved margin; dirty cream to dull brownish or grayish; smooth, slightly slippery when wet, sometimes with a faint bloom. Gills adnate, close to almost distant, broad; pale grayish yellow, becoming pinkish in maturity. Stem 40-150 x 10-25mm; pale grayish; slightly hairy. Flesh thick near stalk, firm; white. Odor odd, like bad meal or fishy. Taste nasty. Spores subglobose, angular, with many oil drops, 7-10 x 7-9?. Deposit salmon pink. Habitat scattered or in groups on the ground under conifers and hardwoods. Found widely distributed in North America and Europe. Season August-September. Poisonous. Comment Formerly known as Entoloma lividum, which has now been split off as a separate species because of the lack of yellow color showing in the gills. The photograph on the white ground is by Geoffrey Kibby.
Diplomitoporus flavescens S-rg-s egyr-t-tapl-. An exciting polypore that I am struggling to research. All information welcome.
Dichomitus campestris (Qu?l.) Dom. & Orlicz syn. Trametes campestris (Qu?l.) Astporling. Fruit body resupinate, convex, cushion-like, 2?12cm across, pale at first becoming yellowish or brownish, finally staining dark brown to black throughout. Tubes sometimes in 2?6 layers (in perennial fruit bodies), 3?10mm long. Pores 1?2 per mm, circular-angular, often irregular. Spores thin-walled, ellipsoid-cylindric, 9?12.5 x 3.5?4.5?. Habitat on thin, dead branches of deciduous trees. Season autumn, annual or sometimes perennial. Rare ? known only from Scotland. Not edible. Found In Europe.
Dasyscyphus virgineus S. F. Gray syn. Lachnella virginea (Batsch) Phillips New syn. Lachnum virgineum Cup 0.1 cm wide, round, closed, expanding into a shallow cup shape; cream; covered with white hairs. Stem 1.5-3mm long; densely covered in long white hairs. Spores spindle-shaped, 6-10 x 1.5-2.5-. Habitat scattered or in large groups on dead wood, twigs, and plant stems. Found widely distributed in North America and Europe. Season April-June, September-October. Not edible.
Cystolepiota sistrata (Fr.) Bon & Bellu syn. Lepiota sistrata (Fr.) Qu?l. syn. L. seminuda (Lasch) Kummer syn. Cystoderma seminudum (Lasch) Sing. Weisser Schirmpilz, Feh?r lisztes-?zl?bgomba, Lepiote demi-nue, Bearded Dapperling Cap 0.5?1.5cm across, conico-convex with a distinct umbo, white with a flesh-colour tinge, mealy due to the surface being composed of thin-walled sphaerocysts. Stem 15?25 x 1?2mm, white tinged pinkish towards the base, finely mealy. Flesh thin, white in cap, pinkish in lower stem. Gills white. Spore print white. Spores ellipsoid, 3?4 x 2?2.5um. Habitat on pathsides or wood-edges. Season autumn. Common. Edibility unknown -avoid. Found In Europe.
Cystolepiota adulterina (Moeller) Bon syn. Lepiota adulterina M?ll. Heckenschirmpilz. Cap 1.5?2.5cm across, conico-convex, initially beige and scurfy with a few cottony warts, later disrupting into thick mealy ochraceous warts on a pale cream ground, velar remains adhering to the margin. Stem 30?40 x 2?4mm, whitish to pinkish with a scurfy beige covering below the ring zone. Flesh whitish in cap, vinaceous towards the base of the stem. Gills cream. Cheilocystidia inconspicuous, thin-walled, clavate with pointed apex. Spore print white. Spores narrowly elliptic to subcylindric, 4?6 x 2?2.5um. Surface of cap covered with small, thin-walled globose cells 15?30m in diameter. Habitat broad-leaved woods amongst scrub; ash, nettle, dog?s mercury. Season late summer to autumn. Rare. Suspect ? avoid. Found In Europe.
Cylindrobasidium leave (pers. Fr.) Chamuris. Syn. Cylindrobasidium evolvens (Fr.) Jul. A thin white to creamish or pinkish crust that can turn up to form small brackets, the margin can be finely fringed. Found on fallen hardwood branches and twigs and also cut logs, throughout the year. Common. Spores 8.5-10x4.5-5.5. Not edible.
Cuphophyllus russocoriaceus Syn. Hygrocybe russocoriacea Berk. & Miller syn. Camarophyllus russo-coriaceus (Berk. & Miller) Lange Bleicher Saftling Cedarwood Waxcap. Cap 0.8-2cm across, white to yellow-ivory, convex, faintly striate. Stem 20-35 x 2-3mm, whitish, slightly wavy and tapering towards the base. Flesh thick at centre of cap, whitish or tinged ivory-yellow. Smell strongly of pencil sharpenings or sandalwood. Gills decurrent, widely spaced, white. Spore print white. Spores ellipsoid, 7.5-9 x 4-5um. Habitat in short grass on lawns or heaths. Season autumn. Occasional. Not edible. Found In Europe.
Gelbfaseriger Wasserkopf Cortinarius (Cortinarius) saniosus Fr. s. Moser, Lange Cap 1?2.5cm across, bell-shaped expanding with an acute umbo, tawny-ochre to cinnamon covered in radiating yellowish fibrils. Stem 30?60 x 3?4mm, pale ochre-buff, lighter at apex, covered in ochraceous cottony fibres; cortina yellow. Flesh concolorous, pale buff in cap. Smell strong. Gills ochraceous then cinnamon. Spore print rust. Spores almond-shaped, 8-9 x 5-6?. Habitat in damp places, often near poplar and willow. Season autumn. Rare. Edibility suspect -avoid. Found In Europe.
Cortinarius (Phlegmacium) rickenianus Maire Hecken-Klumpfuss Cap 4?6cm across, ochraceous-cream often with violaceous tinges. Stem 20?40 x 10?15mm, (20?30mm wide at marginate bulb), cream with remnants of the violaceous veil. Flesh white to cream with violaceous in stem apex when young. Taste and smell not distinctive. Gills violet at first becoming violaceous clay. Spore print rust. Spores ovoid, roughened, 9?11 x 5?6?. No reaction on flesh with NaOH; cap cuticle turns bright rose red. Habitat amongst scrub near deciduous trees. Season autumn. Rare. Edibility suspect -avoid. Found In Europe.
Cortinarius cedretorum Maire subgenus Phlegmacium Cap 8-15cm across, convex with an inrolled margin for a long time; pallid yellow at first, later the center becoming brick reddish, in age almost purple-brown; very glutinous at first. Gills adnexed; pallid yellowish then rusty. Stem 50-120 x 13-25mm at the apex, with a large rounded marginate bulb up to 50mm (2in) across; whitish with pale lavender touches, more yellow on the bulb. Flesh lavender under the cuticle, otherwise pallid whitish. Odor not distinctive. Taste pleasant. Spores almond-shaped, warty, 10-13 x 6.5-8?, quotient 1.6. Deposit rusty brown. Habitat under spruce and fir. Found in the Pacific Northwest and Europe. Season September-October, later in the South. Edibility not known. Photographed by Greg Wright.