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Saulsbury-Mormon Canyon Loop
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Aug 30 2003
Willow Valley
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Gilled Mushrooms

Description: "Familiar fungi with a cap and platelike gills where spores are produced. A vertical or lateral stalk is usually, but not always present..” Field Guide to Mushrooms of North America (“the Field Guide”)

Basidiomycota - Agaricales

Wikipedia - The fungal order Agaricales, also known as gilled mushrooms (for their distinctive gills) or euagarics, contains some of the most familiar types of mushrooms. The order has 33 extant families, 413 genera, and over 13000 described species, along with five extinct genera known only from the fossil record. They range from the ubiquitous common mushroom to the deadly destroying angel and the hallucinogenic fly agaric to the bioluminescent jack-o-lantern mushroom.

The National Audobon Society Field Guide to Mushrooms has numerous subclassifications of Gilled Mushrooms. HAZ will not be following this convention at this time.


Please Note: Fungi is tagging along on the HAZ Flora Consoles. Fungi is a different kingdom then the other flora listed on site which is plantae. If you are on the HAZ Flora Admin Team please consult before creating Scientific Families for any Fungi. Please copy this note to all Fungi. thx!

Identifying mushrooms and fungi from photographs is extremely difficult. Sometimes the only way to precisely identify a mushroom is to look at its “spore print”.

HAZ is a hiking site, not a mushroom or fungus website. We are classifying mushrooms and fungus based on the “Quick Identification Guide to Major Groups” in Field Guide to Mushrooms of North America (“the Field Guide”)

The major groups are as follows:
Gilled Mushrooms
Chanterelles
Tooth Fungi
Club and Coral Fungi
Jelly Fungi
Crust Fungi
Boletes
Polypores and Conks
Birds Nest Fungi
Stinkhorns
Puffballs and Earthstars
Morel, cup fungi and allies.

Here are additional resources if you are interested in more precise information
Identifying Mushrooms
http://www.mushroomexpert.com/identifying.html

Here are some links to resources:
http://www.azfungi.org//
AMP Home Page- http://www.azfungi.org/amp/index.html
Arizona Mushroom Club Home Page- http://az-mushroom-club.org/
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