Family: Hydnangiaceae
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Fungi:> Basidiomycota:> Agaricomycetes:> Agaricales:> Hydnangiaceae:> Hydnangium, Laccaria.
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Genus: Hydnangium
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Hydnangium are generaly truffle-like mycorrhizal fungi growing on the surface or partly beried in the ground. They do not forceably discharge there spores. 
Hydnangium carneumHydnangium carneum    
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Genus: Laccaria
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Laccaria are small pink to flesh coloured or purple mycorrhizal fungi found under both native and exotic trees. These have white spiny spores with basida that are ether 2 or 4 spored. The gills are often thick and waxy and usually purple, pinkish, or flesh-coloured the cap is never slimy, which helps in separating them from the waxy gills. 

Laccaria fraterna
Laccaria glabripes
Laccaria glabripes
Laccaria glabripes
laccaria lilacina
Laccaria masoniae var. masoniae
Laccaria masoniae
 
Laccaria ohiensis
Laccaria ohiensis
Laccaria violaceoniger
Laccaria violaceonigra
   
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Genus: Unidentified
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The fungi below are those that I have been unable to identify beyond there genus. This maybe due to me miss understanding the keys or a species that have not yet been described (named). 
Laccaria species
Laccaria species
Laccaria fraterna
Laccaria species
   
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