Stinkhorns and allies
These fungi come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but usually with some slimy foul-smelling ooze on the surface.
Club shaped, and often quite tough. Usually quite small. Spores form on the oustide of the head. Includes the Cordyceps, or vegetable caterpillers.
Often small, berry like, on the surface of the forst floor (having been scratched up by animals) Very convoluted inner surface.
Brain like mass, often small, often on wood, sometimes as clubs, jelly like or rubbery texture.
Discs and Blobs
Small, disc shaped fungi with spores forming on the upper surface, or small blob shaped.
Not true fungi, but a separate kingdom altogether, these organisms are often motile, and vary considerably in size and shape. Often found on wet decaying wood.
Not true fungi, but composite organisms usually comprising of an Ascomycete (cup-shaped) fungus and a unicellular green alga.